Updated: Feb 9
As part of our continuous commitment to members of The Civil Affairs Association, we are thrilled to announce a CAA expanded relationship with the Association of the United States Army (AUSA). In celebration of our partnership signed on 5 October 2017, we are providing you with a complimentary 1-year membership in AUSA starting 1 November 2017.
This new offer gives you additional member benefits such as a digital subscription to AUSA publications, and access to additional educational resources and scholarships. If you are already a member of both organizations, thank you for your tremendous support. You will continue to receive your full membership benefits from CAA and AUSA.
This month is a fantastic time for your fellow Civil Affairs friends to join CAA, as it will include an AUSA membership. Please encourage your colleagues to take advantage of this special offer by 30 November 2018.
If you do not wish to share your information with AUSA, you may opt out by contacting the national office at 910.835.1314 or by visiting www.civilaffairsassoc.org, click on contact box and fill in your information and indicate your desire to opt in or out of request in order to provide information to AUSA before 31 November 2017. CAA is dedicated to your professional success, and we are always looking for other ways to support you.
Members will also receive a separate email concerning this opportunity to provide time to opt in or opt-out of this arrangement. If you desire not to share any information, please respond by email to opt out.
If you would like to provide updated or additional email addresses, please take the opportunity to do this now. Both organizations look forward to reciprocally offering each other’s members this one-year opportunity of membership in both of our great associations. We sincerely hope all of those who take advantage of it will see the tremendous opportunities both organizations’ offer to enhance the professionalism, representation, and recognition.
“Secure The Victory”
Joe Kirlin President The Civil Affairs Association