Sixth Region Spring Meeting -- Register Now

The 2015 Sixth Region Spring Meeting will be held on April 9-12 in at  John Ascuaga's Nugget Hotel and Casino in Sparks, NV.  This is an opportunity to learn more about AUSA, meet and exchange ideas with members from throughout the Pacific Northwest and enjoy visiting the Reno-Tahoe area in a beautiful time of the year. 

Thursday evening we look forward to you joining us at a ‘Hospitality Mixer.’ Relax at the bar, snack on hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, renew old friendships, make new ones and enjoy the camaraderie.

Friday is a special day featuring the ‘Grandeur and History’ coach tour. Departing the Nugget drive under the ‘Biggest Little City’ arch; then head south touring Carson City and the Governor’s Mansion.  Further south, we’ll enjoy a Basque lunch in Gardnerville where you may wish to sample the famous (infamous?) Picon Punch.  Basque cuisine is a treat.  After lunch, we head up Kingsbury Grade (be sure to bring your cameras) to Lake Tahoe. Following the lake’s eastern shore, you’ll pass the sites of TV’s Bonanza and the 1960 Winter Olympics, make several stops to view the lake, then visit the Donner Memorial, Truckee, California and return to the Nugget.  A professional tour guide and history buff provides ongoing dialogue of the passing sites and answers questions.


Saturday will address the Region’s business with a variety of presentations, a ‘working’ lunch, and our Business Meeting. That evening, enjoy sharing in the excitement of the Sixth Region Awards presentations, a ‘Black Tie’ dinner, formal portraits, and dancing.  The guest speaker will be Caleb Cage, a West Point graduate and the co-author of The Gods of Diyala which documents Cage’s year in Iraq as an Army company commander.  Mr. Cage was appointed director of the Nevada Office of Veterans Services in July, 2010, and became Governor Sandoval’s Director of Military and Veterans Policy in 2013. 

Here are full details on the conference and registration information.


AUSA Best ROTC Company Awards
AUSA-ROTC Best Company Awards for the 2014-2015 academic year will be presented at the 2015 ROTC Luncheon during the AUSA Annual Meeting which will be held in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2015.  Company awards and cash prizes courtesy of Lockheed Martin will be presented to the outstanding company / sub chapter in each of the award categories listed below.  Awards are judged based upon the reports submitted to AUSA by the ROTC units.  Here are more details.
Soldier for Life
Soldier for Life (SFL) is the Army's program to earn that trust by providing resources and opportunities for Soldiers, veterans and families who are in transition.  The SFL program is founded upon the central idea that once a Soldier joins the active or reserve component of the United States Army, he or she is a Soldier for life.  Read the Institute for Land Warfare's Torchbearer publication on SFL The  SFL website is also the new home of the Army's Retirement Services Office and includes information for soldiers, veterans, military families/Gold Star families about health services, education, employment and benefits.

"Voice for the Army - Support for the Soldier"
in the Pacific Northwest

Since 1950, the Association of the United States Army has worked to support all aspects of national security while advancing the interests of America's Army and the men and women who serve.

AUSA is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports America's Army--Active, National Guard, Reserve, Civilians, Retirees and family members. AUSA provides numerous professional development opportunities at a variety of events both local and national.

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