Why getting involved in your community is important?
We have supported Soldiers, Families, Veterans, Retirees, Reservists and Guardsmen through a myriad of events and programs. The below list is provided to give a glimpse of our past accomplishments in the Pikes Peak Chapter of AUSA:
Community service and volunteerism are an investment in our community and the people who live in it.
"Voice for the Army - Support for the Soldier"
Since the 2020 ATM was a "virtual" event due to COVID-19, we will leave this 2019 article posted in honor of the 2019 4ID/Ft Carson Running Teams!
People like to support community resources that they use themselves or that benefit people they care about.
Every person counts! Volunteering provides valuable community services so more money can be spent on local improvements.
transportation and logistics planning and execution from Colorado Springs to Washington DC each year. Special recognition goes to two of our Chapter Past Presidents, LTC(R) Gordon Hamilton (now Executive Vice President) and SGM (R) Chuck Moneypenny (current Treasurer) for their extraordinary time and effort--and personal expense--in planning, organizing and executing this feat. Many of our Chapter Community Partners also contribute funding and other support to this annual operation. As we are a co-sponsor with the Fort Carson MWR, we also thank GS-10 Ms. Sabine Clark* from DFMWR, Fort Carson, who teams with our Chapter to ensure clear distinction between the MWR and PPC-AUSA roles and responsibilities so that both AUSA and the Command follow appropriate support procedures IAW AR.
4ID & Ft. Carson Men's & Women's Running Teams with CSA GEN James McConnville & CG, 4ID & Ft. Carson MG Matt McFarlane (Generals are two tallest in the top row)