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Weekend Wrap-Up: AUSA and Military History Weekend

AUSA Annual Conference

Last week there were tanks, helicopters, airplanes and books all inside a glass-paned convention center as the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) hosted hundreds of defense experts and their military equipment for three days in Washington, DC. 310 more words

Books

Army looking for recruits who ‘thrive in conditions of chaos’

At one time, the Army was looking for men and women who could become “Army strong.” It’s now specifically looking for soldiers who “thrive in conditions of chaos.”

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Politics

#TechTuesday AUSA Themed "Photo Find"

It’s #TechTuesday. We thought we would have some digital fun by making some adjustments to the photo below. Now it’s time for some “Photo Finding” fun. 69 more words

Tech Tuesday

Day 1 at TIDES Pentagon Demonstration

Today our VP for Business Development, John McMullen started out his day by displaying our Scorpion Energy Hunter™ at a table display at the Sharing To Accelerate Research – Transformative Innovation for Development and Emergency Support ( 113 more words

Tech Tuesday

Military Monday: Day 1 at the 2014 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition

Today is Day 1 at the 2014 Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting and Exposition. MILSPRAY’s VP for Business Development, John McMullen was in attendance today and submitted a few great photos from his visit to the Walter E. 154 more words

Washington DC

Warriors To The Workforce Hiring Event October 13 - 15, 2014 @AUSA2014

The American Freedom Foundation will host Warriors To The Workforce Hiring Event presented by SourceAmerica™ in conjunction with the 2014 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition on October 13 – 15, 2014 in Washington, DC. 123 more words

Featured Articles & Blogs

The Peril of Ignoring the Human Domain

No military strategy will promise success unless it gives full discount to the non-military factors of politics, economics and sociology.

While cleaning up the files on my desk recently, I came across a copy of a declassified top secret document from the Vietnam War era, part of which is a strategic appraisal provided by the Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific (CG-FMFPAC). 502 more words

U.S. Military