The Association of the U.S. Army has joined with other military and veterans’ organizations in support of bipartisan legislation that expands Department of Veterans Affairs health care to more than 3.5 million veterans exposed to the toxic fumes of battlefield burn pits.
As debate swirls around the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, a new paper published by the Association of the U.S. Army suggests that political and military leaders must examine all facets of the operation as they develop a strategy for future warfare.
A webinar hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army will highlight the role of special operations forces during the past 20 years of war and their part in future warfare.
The Dec. 9 event, part of AUSA’s Thought Leaders series, will feature three authors who have written books about special operations troops. It will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern. The webinar is free, but registration is required here.
The Association of the U.S. Army is releasing seven new podcast episodes in December, including exclusive interviews with paratroopers who deployed for the Afghanistan evacuation mission and a look at the role of hypersonic weapons on the future battlefield.
A new special podcast from the Association of the U.S. Army reveals the thoughts of 82nd Airborne Division leaders about the unprecedented Afghanistan evacuation mission they undertook in August.
Sept. 27 marks the 25th anniversary of the Taliban takeover of Kabul, initiating their ostensible rule of Afghanistan. Sept.
For retired Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Schloesser, writing his book, Marathon War: Leadership in Combat in Afghanistan, was cathartic as he processed his wartime experiences.
“War is the most brutal of human endeavors, and I have experienced enough war to know to take cover when politicians, poets and armchair warriors speak extravagantly of patriotism and national honor,” Schloesser, a former commander of the 101st Airborne Division, writes in the introduction.
Retired Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Schloesser, a former commander of the 101st Airborne Division, will discuss his new book, Marathon War: Leadership in Combat in Afghanistan, during a webinar hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army.
America’s longest war has come to a close, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Sept. 1 at a Pentagon press conference.
“The war is over, but we are entering a new chapter,” he said.
He added, “It is time to thank all of those who served in this war. You are the most extraordinary asset we have. The war has ended, but our gratitude never will.”