Marshall Medal Presentation Closes AUSA 2022

Marshall Medal Presentation Closes AUSA 2022

AUSA Registration at AUSA 2022 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., Monday, Oct. 10, 2022. (Tasos Katopodis for AUSA)
Photo by: Tasos Katopodis for AUSA

Day Three of AUSA 2022 features a series of contemporary military forums and the presentation of the Association of the U.S. Army’s highest award.

On-site registration opens at 8 a.m.

In the morning, an Army civilian forum will feature Army Undersecretary Gabe Camarillo, while Gen. Darryl Williams, commander of U.S. Army Europe and Africa, will lead a forum titled “Landpower—The Contested European Theater.” 

A separate forum titled “Evolution of Cyber and Information Advantage” will feature Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett, commander of Army Cyber Command; Lt. Gen. Laura Potter, deputy Army chief of staff for intelligence, G-2; Lt. Gen. John Morrison, deputy Army chief of staff for command, control, communications, cyber operations and networks, G-6; and other experts.

At noon, Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael Grinston will provide a briefing on his initiatives for the upcoming year.

Another panel titled “In a War for Talent—Recruiting, Retention and Opportunity” will be led by Gen. Gary Brito, commander of Army Training and Doctrine Command. Also on the panel are Maj. Gen. Johnny Davis, commander of Army Recruiting Command; Stephanie Miller, deputy assistant defense secretary for military personnel policy; and Bruce Orvis, a senior behavioral and social scientist with the Rand Corp.

Rachel Jacobson, assistant Army secretary for installations, energy and environment, and Douglas Bush, assistant Army secretary for acquisitions, logistics and technology, will be featured on a forum titled “Partners in Army Climate Resilience.”

The annual meeting concludes with the George Catlett Marshall Memorial Reception and Dinner, a black-tie event in the ballroom of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. 

This year’s recipient of the George Catlett Marshall Medal, AUSA’s highest award, is Elizabeth Dole, a former U.S. senator, two-time cabinet secretary, former leader of the American Red Cross and founder of a national organization that focuses on support for military families and caregivers.

Presentations continue at Warriors Corner, at the Army exhibit in Booth 6927 in Hall D. The day’s presentations include discussions on countering small-unmanned aerial systems, the role of the Army’s multidomain task forces, artificial intelligence, and more.

At Innovator’s Corner, Booth 2361 in Hall B, the Army xTech Program will showcase winners and finalists from its technology search, with companies showing off new solutions to Army problems. Demonstrations will continue until 1:15 p.m.

The exhibits are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This year’s hashtag is #AUSA2022.

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