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Taking Off to Continue the Mission

President's Cockpit / By MG Jeff Schloesser, Ret.:  I am honored to serve as the new AAAA President. I have been a member for almost four decades, and I believe our association provides a true service to our Army, Army Aviation, and our Soldiers and their families.

I am committed to ensuring we support and provide a voice for our members and their families, while providing an important means for networking and both personal and unit level recognition.

I sincerely thank our previous president, BG (Ret.) Steve Mundt, for his two years of exceptional vision and leadership, which culminated in eight years of volunteer leadership within our AAAA National Executive Group. Steve has willingly accepted my request to continue to play a substantive role in AAAA, and so I expect you will see his face and name in our future activities.

I thank our Executive Director, Mr. Bill Harris, for his superb leadership of his talented AAAA professional team over the past year, culminating in our latest AAAA Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit 14-16 April 2019. Bill and his team make this huge and complex event look seamless, but it is in fact a highly complex orchestration of multiple near simultaneous events that benefit Army Aviation and our members, as well as our industry and media partners. This year’s summit was a hit: with almost 7,500 attendees, and multiple professional forums capped by the Army’s most senior aviator, Vice Chief of Staff General Jim McConville (who we also congratulate on his confirmation by the Senate as our Army’s next Chief of Staff).    Read More