The AUSA Book Program offers quality books about Army heritage, military theory and policy, and security in the modern world. One of its goals is to foster an understanding of the emerging security environment. This program permits AUSA members to purchase these titles at a discounted rate.
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On October 8, 1918, Alvin York was part of a small patrol fighting behind enemy lines during the Meuse-Argonne campaign of World War I. Suddenly a German machine gun brought down most of his platoon. York assumed command of the seven surviving Americans, took out the machine-gun nest, and captured 132 German soldiers. Corporal York was soon awarded sergeant’s stripes—and a Medal of Honor.
One hundred years later, the AUSA Book Program recognizes this remarkable act of valor with the release of Medal of Honor: Alvin York. This full-color digital graphic novel—created by a talented team drawn from the world of professional comic book publishers—shows how a reluctant hero became one of America’s most celebrated soldiers.
Books in the News
New AUSA Book Program entry explores WWII in the Pacific
April 3, 2019
Recent news from Asia and the Pacific high-light several threats the United States faces in the region: North Korea, Chinese actions in the South China Sea, terrorist groups in the Philippines, and more. To understand the best way forward, it is important to understand how we arrived at our current position.
Learn about your Army through books, a new podcast series
March 12, 2019
The AUSA Book Program is dedicated to bringing the best of military publishing to our members. Our goal is to foster an awareness of, and appreciation for, the U.S. Army and its role in maintaining security in the modern world. To that end, the Book Program reaches out to the public in several ways.