Discounted Memberships Now Available

For Past Members, New Members or
extensions of Current Memberships.
$10 Memberships for Junior Enlisted and Cadets

The Association of the U.S. Army is launching a Welcome Back Campaign to celebrate being back together again, usher in new and returning members and mark the end of a difficult period coping with COVID-19. The campaign features lower membership rates and other specials. Reduced membership costs will continue through Oct. 31, 2022.  “It has been a difficult past 18 months for all of us; our members, soldiers, civilians, retirees and family members across AUSA and the Army,” said retired Brig. Gen. Jack Haley, who on July 1 became AUSA’s vice president for membership and meetings. “As we come out of this pandemic, AUSA wants to recognize the hardships endured and look to a promising future by extending a hand to all of our members and welcome you back.”Haley added he’s “really excited” to be joining the AUSA team on the same day as the campaign’s launch. The Welcome Back Campaign offers discounts across the board—for new members, renewing members and those who wish to extend their current membership.

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A New President for AUSA

Retired Gen. Robert Brown will become the Association of the U.S. Army’s president and CEO on Oct. 1, succeeding retired Gen. Carter Ham, who has led AUSA since 2016, the association’s board of directors announced. AUSA Board Chairman Phebe Novakovic said, “Carter Ham is an extraordinary leader whose wise stewardship of AUSA has been transformative. As all great leaders, Carter leaves AUSA even stronger than he found it.” “We have been fortunate to have as his replacement Bob Brown, who will continue to lead AUSA to new heights,” she said. Brown, 62, joined AUSA in January as executive vice president and interim vice president for membership and meetings. He has been deeply involved in planning the 2021 Annual Meeting and Exposition, which will be held Oct. 11–13 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., and a Welcome Back Campaign that is a post-pandemic effort to increase AUSA membership and participation. Read more.

2022 Sixth Region Spring Meeting

After having to cancel the 2020 Region Meeting, the planning for the 2021 meeting is ongoing.  The Columbia River Chapter will be hosting the event in Astoria, Oregon, on April 7-10.  Mark the date on your calendar today!

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in the Pacific Northwest

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