Friday, March 16, 2007

NGAUS Legislative and Notes: 3/16/2007

Today's NGAUS Notes is filled with many interesting tidbits. First, there is information about some of the hearings that are going on about the conditions of health care at Walter Reid. DEFSEC Gates' review board is scheduled to report to report his findings April 16, 2007. (Out of order, but) Lt. Gen. Kevin Kiley was forced into retirement. He was the Army Surgeon General. (I will reserve comment.) Maj. Gen. Gale S. Pollock has assumed his position.

Next we have some exciting news. This month, the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, began offering its first distance learning graduate degree program. It is a very good program if you are interest. Please check it out.

There is also a job offering for a Legislative Analyst to work at association headquarters in Washington. Please check it out.

Next is the part I really like. The two histories. The one history is in general, the next one is for this week in NGAUS' History. Do you want to know more about Capt. Lincoln and Grant? (Yes, that is President Lincoln!)

The NGAUS Legit news I will give to you in headlines.

Supplemental Spending Bill Approved.
Requested Military Readiness Studies.
Upcoming Hearings for the CNGR.
Industrial College of the Armed Forces Visits the NGAUS Building.
MINDS Luncheons.
Update on “Write To Congress” Stats.
Top 5 States.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please visit the NGAUS website.



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