Posted July 28, 2015 9:30 am by Comments

By Tactical-Life

The following is a release from Association of the United States Army:

The Army Historical Foundation (AHF) and the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) have joined forces with a shared vision: To provide the Army, its soldiers, their families and the public with The National Museum of the United States Army.

This vision, a world-class educational destination, has resulted in an affiliation agreement between AHF and AUSA.

“AUSA has been the leading supporter of AHF’s efforts to get the museum built from the outset of the Capital Campaign. AUSA’s joining forces with AHF on this priority project at this time will have a huge rippling impact,” said Lt. Gen. Roger Schultz, USA, Ret., AHF’s president, in announcing the affiliation agreement.

Adding, “Our mutual efforts will accelerate museum construction, expand both entities’ education programs designed to preserve the history and heritage of the Army and its soldiers, and to stimulate Capital Campaign fundraising.”

Schultz explained that under terms of the affiliation, AHF and AUSA will remain two separate and distinct organizations.

“The only structural change is a newly constituted AHF Board of Directors,” he said.

The new AHF Board will be led by …read more

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