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Army Gets $7 Billion Budget Boost

The Army would get a $7 billion increase in its base budget for 2016 under the Obama administration plan unveiled Monday.

The increase primarily goes to operations, maintenance and weapons modernization programs. 373 more words

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GEN (Ret) Sullivan remarks about seeking stability and sanity in Breaking Defense

Unhealthy and unnecessary friction in the Total Force is a consequence of the larger budget pressures facing the Army. We need to make certain the suboptimal decisions foisted on the Army’s leaders don’t damage the overall cohesiveness of what is shaping up to be a much smaller active, Guard and Reserve force.

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AUSA sets meeting schedule for new year

2015 will be a big year for big meetings for the Association of the U.S. Army, including a robust series of one-day “Hot Topics” events focusing on key issues for the Army and defense industry. 315 more words

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More Veterans Day News from your AUSA Chapter

1.  Veterans’ Day Luncheon: All AUSA members are invited to a Chapter Veterans Day luncheon on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at 12:30 in the Lone Star Steakhouse on Route 13 in New Castle.   521 more words

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Coach Krzyzewski receives the George Catlett Marshall Medal

Coach Krzyzewski, Duke’s renowned head basketball coach, received the George Catlett Marshall Medal for his support of Soldiers and their families during the Marshall dinner at the AUSA annual meeting. 16 more words

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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

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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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