AUSA’s Global Force Starts March 26

AUSA’s Global Force Starts March 26

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The Association of the U.S. Army’s Global Force Symposium and Exposition kicks off March 26 in Huntsville, Alabama.

This year’s theme is “Continuous Transformation to Deliver Ready Combat Formations.” The three-day event at the Von Braun Center will feature several senior leaders, including Army Undersecretary Gabe Camarillo, Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael Weimer and leaders from Army Materiel Command, Army Futures Command and Army Training and Doctrine Command.

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Global Force opens March 26 with a keynote presentation by Camarillo, followed by a panel titled “Delivering Precision Sustainment in Support of Ready Combat Formations.”

There also will be two fireside chats, one with Weimer and another with Lt. Gen. Mark Simerly, director of the Defense Logistics Agency, and Maj. Gen. Eric Shirley, commander of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command.

On March 27, the day will start with a keynote presentation by Gen. James Rainey, commander of Futures Command, followed by a panel titled “Transformational Capabilities Enabling Ready Combat Formations” featuring Douglas Bush, assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology.

On the third and final day of Global Force, Gen. Charles Hamilton, commander of Materiel Command, and Gen. Gary Brito, commander of Training and Doctrine Command, are expected to speak.

Throughout all three days of Global Force, the Army will offer presentations at the Warriors Corner from its booth in the South Hall, and AUSA will host its inaugural Generation Next Forum, an AUSA Young Professionals meeting focused on personal and professional development.

Additionally, an AUSA Family Pavilion will be featured for the first time at Global Force, extending the organization’s reach in supporting soldiers and their families.

There also will be almost 200 exhibits showcasing the latest innovations from industry and the Army, and some 6,000 attendees are expected.

For those who cannot attend in person, most major speeches and panels, along with the Warriors Corner presentations, will be available via livestream. For more, click here.