We are the professional association for the United States military Civil Affairs community. Our members are in the U.S. military and are civilians in government and industry. We have both active and retired Army, Marine Corps, and Navy members. We also have and encourage members from other countries.
Upcoming event information:
FAO Distinguished Speaker Breakfast Ft. McNair Officer’s Club, Washington, DC
Date: 12 Dec 2013 8:00 AM EST
INVITATION to the Foreign Area Officer Association’s (FAOA) Distinguished Speaker Breakfast, 12 December 2013
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: Vice Admiral Joseph W. Rixey, Director, Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA)
TOPIC: DSCA and the Future of U.S. Security Cooperation Programs
OPENING PRESENTATION: Dr. Ronald Reynolds, Lt Col, USAF (ret.); Commandant, Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management (DISAM)
DRESS: Civilian: business attire; Military: military equivalent or Uniform of the Day
EVENT CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: FAOA is seeking corporate sponsors for this event. If interested, please contact FAOA President, Kurt Marisa, at 703-853-0928 or email email@example.com
Sponsorship includes 2 tickets to the event, full corporate acknowledgment in all event promotions and advertising and recognition at the event.
SMALL BUSINESS $300 LARGE BUSINESS $600
More information and online registration: FAO Distinguished Speaker Breakfast
BG Ed Burley, Commander, 352 CACOM, presents an award to COL(P) Mason. COL(P) Mason soon will be going to USACAPOC as the Deputy Commander.
BG Burley, CSM Rocca, SPC Sharpe and BG(R) Wilkie. SPC Sharpe is the USACAPOC Best Warrior.
352 CACOM First Sergeant, Hugh Carew, at the Table for the Missing Soldier
Presentation is being made by Brig. Gen., Ret., Dennis Aden Wilkie, Honorary Colonel of the Regiment. Mr. Newman was recognized by many others at a farewell luncheon at the Pentagon. Mr. John W, Newman served as Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs)
The funeral service for Past President Karl Landstrom was at the Fort Myer Memorial Chapel on March 20, 2013. Col. Landstrom, a WWII veteran and former Civil Affairs Unit Commander, died in January, two weeks before his 104th birthday. Attending the funeral service were Dennis Wilkie, Andy Johnson, Deloise Wilkie, Wendell Hodgkins, and Kent Halstead.
Association Winter Board Meeting was held Saturday, March 23, 2013, 9:00 am at the Arlington Court Suites Hotel
1200 North Courthouse Road at US 50 Arlington, Virginia 703.524.4000