Army - Associations

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics 

To advance the status, overall spirit, and the general knowledge and efficiency of those persons who are professionally engaged anywhere in the overall field of U.S. Army Aviation, including the Aviation Branch and all of its components; the aerospace industry, the various activities in the Department of the Army that support Army Aviation

Association of US Army (AUSA)


AUSA is a private, nonprofit, professional, educational Association of over 100,000 individual, business and organization members dedicated to maintaining a strong national defense with special emphasis on landpower and the essential role of the United States Army.

Non-Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA)

The Unbroken Chain

America's Army

The United States Army takes very seriously its responsibility as a defender of the Constitution.
It is proud of the part it has played to
"insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty..."   to all who reside in this country.

Military Medical Associations

Association of Aviation Odnancemen of the US Navy
The Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (AMOPS) was established in 1977 to serve and represent osteopathic physicians in the uniformed services.


Association of US Military Surgeons
AMSUS (the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States) has been working for the Federal Health Care professional since its conception in 1891. Originally a physicians' organization, AMSUS is focused on all services.







General Associations 

Association of Old Crows
The AOC is a nonprofit professional organization that promotes Electronic Defense/Information Superiority to maintain national security

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
AFCEA's roots trace back to pre-civil war days and was formally founded in 1946. This international non-profit association represents the professional communications, electronics, intelligence, and information systems community.

Armed Services YMCA
The year 1861 is usually considered the beginning of YMCA service to the military. Dedicated YMCA volunteers went to the battlefields of the Civil War beside America's uniformed young men. President Lincoln praised YMCA leaders for their "benevolent undertaking for the benefit of the soldiers."

Foreign Area Officer Association

Gold Star Wives of America
Gold Star Wives of America, Inc. is a non-profit national service organization, incorporated in the State of New York on December 15, 1945, dedicated to serving the military spouse.





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