ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY
2425 WILSON BLVD, ARLINGTON, VA 22201 www.ausa.org

Total Revenue
$34,310,582
Total Expenses
$64,465,206
Net Assets
$68,699,551

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY IS A NONPROFIT EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION SERVING AMERICA'S TOTAL ARMY, OUR SOLDIERS, ARMY CIVILIANS, AND THEIR FAMILIES; OUR INDUSTRY PARTNERS, AND SUPPORTERS OF A STRONG NATIONAL DEFENSE. AUSA PROVIDES A VOICE FOR THE ARMY, SUPPORTS THE SOLDIER, AND HONORS THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED IN ORDER TO ADVANCE THE SECURITY OF THE NATION. AUSA EDUCATES ITS MEMBERS, THE PUBLIC, INDUSTRY, AND CONGRESS ABOUT THE CRITICAL NATURE OF LAND WARFARE AND THE ARMY'S CENTRAL ROLE IN NATIONAL DEFENSE. AUSA INFORMS ITS MEMBERS, OUR COMMUNITIES, AND CONGRESS ABOUT ISSUES AFFECTING AMERICA'S ARMY AND THE SOLDIERS WHO SERVE IN THE REGULAR ARMY, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, AND ARMY RESERVE. AUSA CONNECTS THE ARMY TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AT THE NATIONAL, REGIONAL, AND CHAPTER LEVELS.

A NONPROFIT EDUCATIONAL, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, PROVIDES A VOICE FOR THE ARMY.

AUSA MEETINGS: AUSA HOSTS MANY EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUMS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, INCLUDING THE INSTITUTE OF LAND WARFARE BREAKFAST SERIES WITH KEYNOTES FROM SENIOR ARMY AND OTHER GOVERNMENT LEADERS, OUR DAY-LONG HOT TOPICS FOR IN-DEPTH EXPLORATION OF ARMY REQUIREMENTS AND CHALLENGES, AND TOPICAL SESSIONS FOR FOCUSED DISCUSSION OF ARMY FUTURE NEEDS AND STRATEGIES. IN ADDITION, WE ORGANIZE SEVERAL DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIA AND EXPOSITIONS, INCLUDING: AUSA ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION, A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUMHELD EVERY OCTOBER AT THE WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER IN WASHINGTON, DC, THE AUSA ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION IS THE LARGEST LAND POWER EXPOSITION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM IN NORTH AMERICA. THIS EVENT CONSISTS OF INFORMATIVE AND RELEVANT PRESENTATIONS, PANEL DISCUSSIONS ON PERTINENT MILITARY AND NATIONAL SECURITY SUBJECTS, WORKSHOPS AND IMPORTANT AUSA BUSINESS MEETINGS. KEY LEADERS FROM THE ARMY, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES SEE THE ANNUAL MEETING AS A KEY FORUM TO PRESENT INFORMATION ABOUT ARMY CURRENT AND FUTURE READINESS TO PERFORM THEIR MANY MISSIONS. IN 2017, MORE THAN 30,000 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED IN THIS EVENT, WITH MORE THAN 600 EXHIBITORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. EXHIBIT SPACE IS SOLD TO MEMBERS OF AUSA. ATTENDANCE IS FREE, BUT RESTRICTED TO AUSA MEMBERS AND THOSE WITH AN IDENTIFIABLE RELATIONSHIP TO OUR ORGANIZATION, OR THE UNITED STATES ARMY. THIS INCLUDES ALL MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL.IDEX - INTERNATIONAL DEFENSE EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE, USA SECURITY AND DEFENSE PAVILION HELD EVERY OTHER YEAR AT THE ABU DHABI NATIONAL EXHIBITION CENTRE (ADNEC) IN ABU DHABI, UAE, IDEX IS ONE OF THE LARGEST DEFENSE EXPOSITIONS IN THE WORLD. IN 2017, 100,000 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED IN THIS EVENT, INCLUDING MORE THAN 1,000 EXHIBITORS. AUSA IS THE OFFICIAL U.S. AGENT FOR THE USA SECURITY AND DEFENSE PAVILION, WHICH IS SUPPORTED BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT, OFFICIALLY CERTIFIED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ENDORSED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND AMERICAN EMBASSY. AUSA SELLS EXHIBIT SPACE TO INTERESTED BUSINESSES AND MANAGES THE PROGRAM CONTENT OF THE AUSA SECURITY AND DEFENSE PAVILION. IN 2017, THE PAVILION INCLUDED MORE THAN 100 U.S. COMPANIES OCCUPYING 4,000 SQUARE METERS OF SPACE. AUSA GLOBAL FORCE SYMPOSIUM & EXPOSITION, A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUMHELD EACH YEAR AT THE VON BRAUN CENTER IN HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA, THE AUSA GLOBAL FORCE SYMPOSIUM IS A THREE-DAY EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM. EXHIBIT SPACE AND SPONSORSHIPS ARE SOLD TO MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS OF AUSA. ON AVERAGE, 6,000 PEOPLE FROM AROUND THE WORLD PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT EACH YEAR, INCLUDING KEY LEADERS FROM THE ARMY, DOD, ACADEMIA, ALLIED NATIONS, AND THE WORLDWIDE DEFENSE INDUSTRY. AUSA LAND FORCES IN THE PACIFIC (LANPAC), A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUMAUSA LANPAC SYMPOSIUM & EXPOSITION, A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUMHELD EACH YEAR AT SHERATON WAIKIKI, IN HONOLULU, HI, THE AUSA LANPAC SYMPOSIUM IS A THREE-DAY EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM, FOCUSING ON THE ARMY MISSION IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REGION. EXHIBIT SPACE AND SPONSORSHIPS ARE SOLD TO MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS OF AUSA. ON AVERAGE, 1,500 PEOPLE FROM AROUND THE WORLD PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT EACH YEAR, INCLUDING KEY LEADERS FROM THE ARMY, DOD, ACADEMIA, ALLIED NATIONS, AND THE WORLDWIDE DEFENSE INDUSTRY.

MEMBERSHIP ACTIVITIESAUSA EXECUTES MEMBERSHIP SUPPORT AT NATIONAL, REGIONAL, AND LOCAL LEVELS THROUGH DEDICATED, ENGAGED VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS IN 9 REGIONS AND 121 CHAPTERS LOCATED ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AND WHERE SOLDIERS ARE STATIONED AROUND THE WORLD. ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEERS ALSO SERVE AS STATE PRESIDENTS TO HELP INTEGRATE EFFORTS ACROSS STATEWIDE PROGRAMS AND WITH ELECTED OFFICIALS. OUR PROGRAMS SUPPORT THE CONCEPTS OF LIFETIME SERVICE AND SOLDIER-FOR-LIFE OUTCOMES THROUGH MEMBERSHIP AND OUTREACH EFFORTS. MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN TO ALL WHO SUPPORT OUR MISSION AND VALUES. MEMBERS INCLUDE INDIVIDUALS AND LIFE MEMBERS, INDUSTRY MEMBERS AT NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY LEVELS, AND OTHER ASSOCIATIONS WITH COMMON GOALS AND OBJECTIVES. WE HELP CONNECT CIVIC LEADERS, ACADEMIA, LARGE AND SMALL BUSINESSES, AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO THEIR ARMY AND PROVIDE PROGRAMS THAT LEAD TO BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE COMPLEX AND DIFFICULT ISSUES AND CHOICES OUR ARMY FACES IN DEFENDING OUR NATION. SCHEDULED EVENTS AT THE NATIONAL, REGION, AND LOCAL LEVELS KEEP SOLDIERS AND THOSE WHO SUPPORT THEM CONNECTED TO A VERY BUSY AND ENGAGED ARMY. CHAPTERS PROVIDE A SERIES OF YEAR-ROUND EVENTS INCLUDING STAFF RIDES, YOUNG PROFESSIONAL MENTORING AND NETWORKING EVENTS, BOOK AND MOVIE REVIEW PROGRAMS HIGHLIGHTING LEADERSHIP ATTRIBUTES, SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT SPEAKERS, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIA, FAMILY FORUMS, SOCIAL EVENTS THAT FOSTER ESPRIT AND GOODWILL, AND COMMUNITY PROJECTS THAT TARGET NEEDS AT LOCAL LEVELS. OUR CHAPTERS AND REGIONS ALSO PROMOTE EDUCATION AND RECOGNITION OF EXCELLENCE THROUGH SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTRIBUTIONS, AND AWARDS VALUED AT MORE THAN $1 MILLION, ANNUALLY. AUSA NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS PROVIDES ANNUAL TRAINING, RESOURCES, AND TOOLS FOR CHAPTER VOLUNTEER LEADERS, A ROBUST MEMBER BENEFITS PROGRAM, SUPPORT TO JUNIOR AND SENIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS PROGRAMS AT MILITARY AND CIVILIAN UNIVERSITIES, A HIGHLY ACCLAIMED GUIDE FOR SOLDIERS TRANSITIONING OUT OF THE MILITARY, AND SUPPORT TO SOLDIER RETIREMENT AND VETERANS HOMES. WE ALSO ADMINISTER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS AT NATIONAL LEVEL TO ENCOURAGE LIFELONG LEARNING AND KEEPING PACE WITH CHANGING REQUIREMENTS.

AUSA'S INSTITUTE OF LAND WARFARE IS CHARGED WITH INFORMING AND EDUCATING OUR MEMBERSHIP; LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEADERS; AND THE AMERICAN PUBLIC ON THE CRITICAL NATURE OF LAND WARFARE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY TO THE NATION. IN CARRYING OUT ITS MISSION, THE INSTITUTE MANAGES AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO FOCUS THE DEFENSE DEBATE ON ISSUES OF IMPORTANCE TO THE NATION'S SECURITY AND THE CRITICAL ROLE OF THE ARMY. AUSA INSTITUTE'S PUBLICATION LIST: LAND WARFARE PAPERS SERIES DESIGNED TO PROVIDE AN OUTLET FOR ORIGINAL ESSAYS. MONOGRAPHS ON KEY DEFENSE ISSUES WRITTEN BY DEFENSE EXPERTS AND SCREENED FOR PUBLICATION BY AUSA'S EDITORIAL BOARD. LANDPOWER ESSAYS ANOTHER SERIES DESIGNED TO PROVIDE AN OUTLET FOR ORIGINAL ESSAYS (SHORTER IN LENGTH THAN THE LAND WARFARE PAPERS) ON TOPICS THAT WILL STIMULATE PROFESSIONAL DISCUSSION AND FURTHER PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE LANDPOWER ASPECTS OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY. SCREEN FOR PUBLICATION BY AUSA'S EDITORIAL BOARD. ILW SPOTLIGHTSHIGHLIGHT KEY ISSUES RELEVANT TO THE U.S. ARMY AND ITS ROLE IN NATIONAL DEFENSE. THEY ARE SENT TO THE MILITARY AND CIVILIAN LEADERSHIP OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY AND THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, SELECTED SEGMENTS OF THE AMERICAN PUBLIC, MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, KEY CONGRESSIONAL STAFF, INDUSTRY AND THE ADMINISTRATION. PROFILE OF THE U.S. ARMY: A REFERENCE HANDBOOK THE INSTITUTE'S SPECIAL REPORT IS A USER-FRIENDLY REFERENCE BOOK FOR PEOPLE FAMILIAR WITH THE ARMY AND AN EASY-TO-READ INTRODUCTION FOR FAMILY MEMBERS, CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES, INDUSTRY PARTNERS AND FUTURE SOLDIERS. IT DESCRIBES THE ARMY'S ROLE AS A KEY ELEMENT IN THE NATIONAL SECURITY STRUCTURE AS WELL AS THE ARMY'S ORGANIZATION. THE PROFILE ALSO CONTAINS INFORMATION AND GRAPHICS ON THE SOLDIER, THE UNIFORM, THE ARMY'S COMMAND STRUCTURE, ARMY FAMILIES, INSTALLATIONS AND THE ARMY'S CURRENT OPERATIONS. FOR READERS SEEKING MORE DETAILS, EACH CHAPTER INCLUDES A LIST OF RELEVANT WEBSITES. FINALLY, THE PROFILE CONTAINS A GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS AND MAPS ILLUSTRATING LOCATIONS OF CURRENT ARMY COMBAT CORPS AND DIVISIONS, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD DIVISIONS AND BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS, AND ARMY RESERVE DIRECT REPORTING COMMANDS. AUSA INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS: CONTEMPORARY MILITARY FORUMS THE INSTITUTE HOST A SERIES OF CONTEMPORARY MILITARY FORUMS DURING AUSA'S ANNUAL MEETING IN OCTOBER ON TOPICS OF CURRENT INTEREST TO ARMY PROFESSIONALS AND AUSA MEMBERS. TOPICS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: READINESS, MODERNIZATION AND REFORM. ROGERS STRATEGIC ISSUES FORUM SERIES THE INSTITUTE HOSTS FOUR TO SIX ROGERS STRATEGIC ISSUES FORUMS ANNUALLY TO INFORM AND CONTINUE THE PUBLIC DEBATE ON CRITICAL DEFENSE ISSUES, PARTICULARLY THOSE RELATED TO LANDPOWER. THE ROGERS SERIES IS NAMED AFTER GENERAL BERNARD W. ROGERS. THESE EARLY-EVENING EVENTS CONTINUE TO PROVIDE SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIOR LEADERS IN THE UNIFORMED SERVICES, THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, ACADEMIA AND THINK TANKS. ROGERS FORUMS FEATURED, AMONG OTHERS, GENERAL CARTER HAM, USA (THEN COMMANDER, U.S. AFRICA COMMAND), ADMIRAL JAMES "SANDY" WINNEFELD, USN (THEN VICE CHAIRMAN, JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF), GENERAL MICHAEL V. HAYDEN, U.S. AIR FORCE RETIRED, FORMER DIRECTOR, NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY AND CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY; GENERAL EDWARD C. CARDON, DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION, FORMER COMMANDING GENERAL OF U.S. CYBER COMMAND; MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM HIX, DIRECTOR OF STRATEGY, PLANS & POLICY DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF G-3/5/7 HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY; SMA DANIEL A. DAILEY, SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE U.S. ARMY; GEN JOSEPH L. LENGYEL, CHIEF OF THE NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU, JOINTS CHIEFS OF STAFF; LTG NADJA Y. WEST, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY AND COMMANDING GENERAL, U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND; ADM KURT W. TIDD, COMMANDER, U.S. SOUTHERN COMMAND. THE PROGRAM IS HELD AT AUSA'S NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS. LEMNITZER LECTURE SERIES NAMED TO HONOR GENERAL LYMAN L. LEMNITZER AND LAUNCHED IN SEPTEMBER 1998, THE SERIES OFFERS LECTURES BY AUTHORS WHO DISCUSS THEIR BOOK ON TOPICS OF INTEREST TO SOLDIERS, INDUSTRY, AND ACADEMIA INTERESTED IN THE MILITARY AND THE DEFENSE COMMUNITY. THE LECTURES TAKE PLACE QUARTERLY AT AUSA'S NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS.AUSA BOOK PROGRAM:AUSA'S BOOK PROGRAM WORKS WITH PUBLISHING PARTNERS TO PRODUCE BOOKS ABOUT ARMY HERITAGE, MILITARY HISTORY, AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN ORDER TO FOSTER UNDERSTANDING AND APPRECIATION OF THE U.S. ARMY AND ITS SOLDIERS.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Carter F HamPRESIDENT & CEO38$627,527
Guy C SwanV.P. EDUCATION38$385,888
Patricia McquistionV.P. MEMBERSHIP & MEETINGS38$379,321
Gordon R SullivanDISTINGUISHED SR. FELLOW IN RESIDENCE38$255,387
Jerry L SinnV.P. FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION38$254,327
Kenneth O PrestonV.P. NCO38$211,415
Richard MazeEDITOR-IN-CHIEF, ARMY MAGAZINE38$186,674
John GiffordDIRECTOR, GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS38$179,731
Harry RothmannCHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER38$169,464
Michael ScanlanSENIOR DIRECTOR, MEETINGS38$139,402
Hwa L HuaASSISTANT TREASURER & CONTROLLER38$134,410
Ann BelyeaCORPORATE SECRETARY38$133,879
Manisha PatelTREASURER & CONTROLLER38$32,905
William M BrownTRUSTEE1$0
Thomas ArseneaultTRUSTEE1$0
Steven R EnglandTRUSTEE1$0
Rudy DeleonTRUSTEE1$0
Robert E HallTRUSTEE (UNTIL JUNE 2017)1$0
Richard P StageREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Richard H EdwardsTRUSTEE1$0
Patricia P HickersonTRUSTEE1$0
Leanne CaretTRUSTEE1$0
Lavoy ThiessenREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Larry R JordanTRUSTEE1$0
Kris McbrideREGION PRESIDENT1$0
John D Harris IiTRUSTEE1$0
Gustavo Rodriguez JrREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Eric LienREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Douglas GibbensREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Doug StuartREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Dennis J ReimerTRUSTEE1$0
Dennis J DoughertyREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Carl E VuonoTRUSTEE1$0
Benjamin D LukefahrREGION PRESIDENT1$0
Ann E DunwoodyTRUSTEE1$0
Jack C StultzVICE CHAIRMAN FOR NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE AFFAI1$0
Philip E SakowitzVICE CHAIRMAN FOR CIVILIAN AFFAIRS1$0
David H OhleVICE CHAIRMAN FOR RETIREE & VETERAN AFFAIRS1$0
Jack L TilleyVICE CHAIRMAN FOR NCO & SOLDIER PROGRAMS1$0
Thomas RabautTRUSTEE/DEPUTY CHAIRMAN1$0
Nicholas D ChabrajaCHAIRMAN (UNTIL JUNE 2017)1$0
Phebe N NovakovicCHAIRMAN1$0

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