AUSA’s Army Matters Podcast

Special Edition: The Army Installations Strategy

April 14, 2021

According to the National Defense Strategy, "the homeland is no longer a sanctuary." Learn how the Army Installation Strategy (AIS) will enhance the Army's resilience against threats with our guest, Mr. Jack Surash, Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment. He describes how installations are key strategic readiness enablers for the Army to deploy, fight, and win the nation’s wars. Hear how installations are modernizing infrastructure, services, and operations to incorporate new weapon systems and doctrine while enhancing resilience against threats from adversaries and climate change. The Army Installations strategy supports Soldiers, civilians and Army families stationed both home and abroad. Mr. Surash emphasizes that people are the glue that keeps the Army rolling along. For more information on the Army’s Installations Strategy check out the website in the resource section below.

 

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  • Guest:  Mr. Jack Surash, Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment

 

  • Hosts:

 

    • COL(Ret) Dan Roper, AUSA’s Director of National Security Studies
    • Thea Green, AUSA’s Family Readiness Program Manager

 

Resources:

 

Website:  https://www.army.mil/ASAIEE

Twitter:  @ASArmyIEE

Facebook:  @ASAIEE 

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