The Major Samuel Woodfill Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) was founded in 1959. We are an all volunteer, 501 (c)(3) not for profit organization that actively supports local Soldiers and their families through charitable donations, scholarships, community and veteran outreach and dedicated participation with local, regional and national Veteran Service Organizations. If you want to support the troops, you have found the right organization. If you know a local soldier or their family that needs help, please get in touch with us.
Our chapter area is roughly defined from Sidney, OH in the North to Portsmouth, OH in the East to Covington, KY in the South and back over to Connersville, Indiana in the West. Within our Chapter's geography lie the major cities of Dayton and Cincinnati. We serve the following counties:
Indiana- Fayette, Union, Franklin, Ripley, Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland
Kentucky- Boone, Kenton, Campbell
Ohio- Darke, Shelby, Miami, Clark, Preble, Montgomery, Greene, Fayette, Butler, Warren, Clinton, Highland, Pike, Hamilton, Clermont, Brown, Adams and Scioto
Voice for the Army, Support for the Soldier
Our Chapter was Founded in 1959 and Serves the Tristate Area
AUSA represents every American Soldier, Active, Guard and Reserve, by:
- Being the voice for all components of America's Army
- Fostering public support of the Army's role in national security
- Providing professional education and information programs
Our chapter is one of the most highly decorated AUSA Chapters in the country. This is especially unusual due to the relatively small size of our chapter membership and lack of a major Army installation in our area. Our dedicated members make it happen. Please consider joining us or making a donation to support local Soldiers and their families. Your donation is tax deductible.
Member Recognition for a Great Job
SGM Malloy, our guest speaker, and CSM (R) Mike Boyd and COL (R) Bob Wetterstroem present an award to CSM (R) Bill Pewther and his wife, Doris.
Recognition for our Programs
Chapter President Matt Luther receives an award at the national conference on behalf of the chapter