Sailors Helping Sailors

AUSN is ready to bring them help, the Navy way. BRINGING HELP TO OUR WOUNDED, ILL AND INJURED SHIPMATES   With all its opportunities for professional and personal growth, the Navy is an awesome environment to raise families and an incredible way to defend our nation and preserve the freedoms we all enjoy. But, the…

Independence Fund

AUSN Receives $100,000 Donation From Independence Fund The Independence Fund (TIF) made a generous pledge of $100,000 to AUSN – NSHF (Navy Safe Harbor Foundation) in support of the Navy Wounded warrior adaptive sport PDRL (medically retired) athletes.  TIF’s generosity helps provide PDRL athletes and their families / caregivers financial assistance to attend Team Navy trials, training…

A New Era Of Training

As virtual training plays an ever-increasing role in ensuring readiness within the fleet, the Navy is constantly looking for ways to improve it. Meanwhile, may systems now in use are reaching the late stages of their functionality, and training scenarios frequently tend to call for the real virtual environments to function, together in increasingly complicated ways.

Taking Care Of Our Wounded, Ill & Injured Shipmates

The journeys taken by our wounded, ill and injured warriors are daunting, often heart-wrenching. The Navy Culinary specialist seaman diagnosed with Moyamoya disease, a rare, progressive cerebrovascular disorder, after only three years of service. The Navy hospital corpsman who, while running to the aid of a fellow service member, stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED), ultimately losing a leg.