AUSA 2013 Annual Meeting & Exposition

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Soldiers and defense industry officials will gather in Washington D.C. for the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2013 Annual Meeting on Oct. 21-23. This year’s theme is “America’s Army: globally responsive, regionally engaged.” Military.com has a reporting team on the scene to cover all the angles. Make sure to check out the site throughout the week and sign up for our AUSA email newsletter that collects all the news from the previous day.

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