The US Army has always been sharing updates with the country on the status of our Soldiers, Bases and Equipment. Mostly, the upgrades and additions to their already established community. Let’s do a little catch up with what has gone on for the past Few weeks.
First is how an army general lead DOD effort with the calamity that took place in Puerto Rico. Here’s an article from the Association of the United States Army.
Army Lt. Gen. Jeffrey S. Buchanan is at the helm of the Defense Department’s response to the disaster in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Next is an article about a combat medic getting a medal of honor, an article from Association of the United States Army.
Retired Vietnam combat veteran Capt. Gary Michael Rose will receive the Medal of Honor for heroic actions in Laos 47 years ago that saved the lives of 16 soldiers on a dangerous mission into enemy territory.
Another news about the AUSA is how they plan industry member changes. Here it is being tackled once again by the Association of the United States Army.
The Association of the U.S. Army is preparing a change to industry membership categories to update, simplify and customize options for businesses and organizations of all sizes.
Up next is another article from the Association of the United Stated Army. They talked about how there’s no vote on base closing in this year. Know more about it on the story below:
By an 89-8 vote, the Senate passed its version of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act without taking up dozens of controversial amendments, including one that would have set up a process for base closing.
Another update is about the feud between the US and North Korea. The Association of the United States Army shared with us in their story about growing resolve on North Korean Threat.
General Assembly on Sept. 19, President Donald Trump said North Korea’s “reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles threatens the entire world with unthinkable loss of human life.”
Up next is an article about the US military maintains advantage over any adversary. Another article from the Association of the United States Army.
The U.S. military continues to have a “competitive advantage over any adversary,” the chairman of the Joint Chiefs said, while acknowledging the advantage has eroded in recent years.
And lastly, once again from the Association of the United States Army, they talked about they shifting on modernization is the latest strategy ahead.
The Army will continue to make incremental upgrades in weapons and equipment while determining the future of expensive capability upgrades, said Lt. Gen. John M. Murray, the deputy chief of staff for program development and justification.
And these are the summarized news highlights in the US Army. Make sure to stay updated by checking the www.oneausa.org website from time to time.