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Meet Our New Partner: AUSN

2021-10-18

Known as the Voice for America’s Sailors, the Association of the United States Navy (AUSN) is dedicated to connecting Veterans and their military families with the resources they need for every stage of life. Likewise, AAFMAA serves the military community by providing valuable financial solutions products that can help them make the most out of life and all of the benefits they have earned through serving. Together, we are able to make a deeper and stronger impact on our Members’ behalf.

AUSN was formed in 2009, formerly known as the Naval Reserve Association since 1954 — and having been part of RONS-NROA (Reserve Officers of the Naval Service-Naval Reserve Officers Association), starting in between World War I and World War II. Today, the organization’s members are drawn from the Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and friends and family of the military community.

AAFMAA’s story began about 40 years earlier, in 1879, focused on assisting families left behind by fallen military members with the vital financial assistance they needed. To this day, AAFMAA continues to develop products, services and other resources that help keep families secure for life. Standing with AUSN as part of our network of military connections, we look forward to ensuring that even more military families around the world will have the opportunity to keep their future prospects bright and secure.

About AUSN

The Association of the United States Navy strives to advance the interests of the U.S. Navy and to protect the rights and benefits of its Sailors. Its members include active and reserve; officer, enlisted and civilian; serving, veteran and retired; and their families. AUSN is the leading voice for America’s Sailors, a strong supporter of American naval power, a leading provider of professional career development and the largest advocacy association for the Navy and current and former Sailors.