Gainey Speaks at AUSA Coffee Series
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by jlieberher
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Gainey Speaks at AUSA Coffee Series jlieberher Thu, 07/11/2024 - 07:11 Lt. Gen. Sean Gainey, commanding general of Army Space and Missile Defense Command, will speak July 23 at a Coffee Series event hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army. The in-person event will take place at AUSA headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. The event opens at 6:30 a.m. Eastern with registration, coffee and networking. The program is scheduled to begin at 7:15 a.m. It is free for military members, government employees and the media. For more information or to register, click here. Online registration is availabl ..read more
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Adversaries ‘Increasingly’ Targeting Troops Online
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by jlieberher
2d ago
Adversaries ‘Increasingly’ Targeting Troops Online jlieberher Wed, 07/10/2024 - 07:19 Foreign adversaries are targeting U.S. Army personnel on social media, job sites and gaming chats, the deputy Army chief of staff for intelligence, G-2, warned in a message to the force. Issued in June, the All-Army Activities message, or ALARACT, warns that foreign adversaries are “increasingly” using social media and fake job offers to gain sensitive information from Army personnel and their families. On sites such as LinkedIn, Indeed, Reddit, Facebook Messenger, Discord and Line, the adversaries may begin ..read more
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George Washington Chapter Base Camp Brief Newsletter - April-June 2024
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George Washington Chapter Base Camp Brief Newsletter - April-June 2024 dickwinter1@gm… Mon, 07/08/2024 - 12:09 *** CHAPTER NEWS – June 2024 Edition ***   George Washington Chapter (GWC) Association of the United States Army (AUSA)   THANK YOU to our Individual, Community Partners, Sustaining Members, Corporate Sponsors!     Executive Committee Email: C2101@ausa.org Website: Social Media: Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Chapter Donations, Sponsorships and Support  Monthly E-9 Breakfasts The Tartan Tattoo McLean Rotary Club National Museum of the United States Army George M ..read more
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Panel: Rise in Information Complicates Future Fight
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by jlieberher
4d ago
Panel: Rise in Information Complicates Future Fight jlieberher Mon, 07/08/2024 - 12:53 The Army will need to take a proactive, integrated approach to signature management to maintain the information advantage, senior cyber officials said during a panel discussion July 2 at a Hot Topic event hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army. “The Army needs to ... understand the information that we are disclosing, ... the content and context of that information, [understand] how … we need ... to inform our commanders of what their risk is today and do forward-based denial planning integrated across e ..read more
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Webinar Highlights Unsung WWII Army Leaders
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by jlieberher
4d ago
Webinar Highlights Unsung WWII Army Leaders jlieberher Mon, 07/08/2024 - 07:14 Registration is open for an Association of the U.S. Army Noon Report webinar featuring retired Lt. Col. William Nance, author of Commanding Professionalism: Simpson, Moore, and the Ninth US Army. The event with Nance begins at noon Eastern on July 16. It is free, but registration is required here. In Commanding Professionalism, part of AUSA’s Book Program, Nance writes about Lt. Gen. William Simpson, commander of Ninth U.S. Army, and his chief of staff, Brig. Gen. James Moore. Described by noted World War II author ..read more
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Information Warfare Needs ‘Whole-of-Society’ Approach
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by jlieberher
1w ago
Information Warfare Needs ‘Whole-of-Society’ Approach jlieberher Wed, 07/03/2024 - 10:22 The United States is struggling to outpace its global adversaries in the information domain, and a whole-of-society response is needed, the special envoy and coordinator of the State Department’s Global Engagement Center said July 2 at a Hot Topic event hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army.  “In the information domain, our adversaries are devoting more attention [to gaining the information advantage], and we are not winning,” James Rubin said during a keynote address. “The information threat is ..read more
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Gary Sinise Leads Off AUSA’s July Podcasts
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by jlieberher
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Gary Sinise Leads Off AUSA’s July Podcasts jlieberher Wed, 07/03/2024 - 07:28 An actor who became a fierce veterans’ advocate, an active-duty Miss USA contestant and a soldier who was inspired by a punk rock concert to help save lives will all be featured in July as part of the Association of the U.S. Army’s “Army Matters” podcast. First up, on July 3, is the episode featuring Gary Sinise, actor, musician, advocate for service members and veterans and the 2017 recipient of AUSA’s highest award, the George Catlett Marshall Medal. Thirty years ago, audiences around the world were introduced to ..read more
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Barrett: Army Must Adapt for ‘Persistent Conflict’
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by jlieberher
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Barrett: Army Must Adapt for ‘Persistent Conflict’ jlieberher Tue, 07/02/2024 - 11:49 The Army must be prepared to operate across the information spectrum to keep ahead of its adversaries, the commander of Army Cyber Command said. In opening remarks July 2 at a Hot Topic on cyber and information advantage hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army, Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett said there is “persistent conflict” in the information dimension. This means the Army must “think through” now how it will apply military power across the spectrum of conflict. “We might reserve this discussion to, ‘Oh, it’s ..read more
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DoD Ramps Up Efforts to Grow Cyber Workforce
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by jlieberher
1w ago
DoD Ramps Up Efforts to Grow Cyber Workforce jlieberher Tue, 07/02/2024 - 07:11 Faced with growing and evolving cyberthreats, the Defense Department is trying several new programs to boost its cyber workforce, a senior official told lawmakers. “The Department of Defense must adapt to emerging threats and develop a skilled workforce to tackle national security challenges in the global landscape,” said Leslie Beavers, principal deputy chief information officer for DoD. “Cyber threats, cloud computing and software modernization are crucial for safeguarding national interests and supporting warfi ..read more
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AUSA Book Recognized for Distinguished Writing
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by jlieberher
1w ago
AUSA Book Recognized for Distinguished Writing jlieberher Mon, 07/01/2024 - 13:34 An Association of the U.S. Army Book Program title has won a 2023 Army Historical Foundation Distinguished Writing Award in its category. Bipolar General: My Forever War with Mental Illness by retired Maj. Gen. Gregg Martin is recognized in the book category under Journals, Memoirs and Letters. The Army Historical Foundation awards recognize “excellence in U.S. Army history writing.” The 2023 awards honor books and articles published in 2023. The award for Bipolar General was announced just days after AUSA annou ..read more
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