Members Nominated for AUSA Board of Directors

Members Nominated for AUSA Board of Directors

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The Association of the U.S. Army’s Board of Directors, the association’s governing body, has nominated four members to serve additional three-year terms.

The board, formerly known as the Council of Trustees, met in December at AUSA’s national headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.

Nominated to serve as directors for three more years are William Brown, chairman, president and CEO of Harris Corp.; retired Lt. Gen. Larry Jordan, a former deputy commander of Army Training and Doctrine Command; retired Gen. Dennis Reimer, who served as the 33rd Army chief of staff; and Thomas Rabaut, an operating executive with the Carlyle Group. 

Members who wish to make an additional nomination to the board must submit a petition for candidacy to AUSA national headquarters, according to the association’s bylaws. Additional candidacies must comply with Article V of the bylaws.

Nominations must be received by June 12. Newly elected officers’ terms will begin July 1.