AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition 2013

This week, Casemate attended the 2013 AUSA (Association of the United States Army) Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C.

We were there representing our Publisher Client, Helion & Company, and the AUSA book titled The German Fallschirmtruppe 1936-41. Many different exhibitors were present from weapons manufacturers and military engineers to outfitting companies who produce the equipment necessary for surviving unfamiliar weather conditions. Every booth had something fascinating and imperative to offer troops across the world.

AUSA’s Book Program, located in the small business arena, consisted of Casemate Publishers, Naval Institute Press, The University Press of Kentucky and AUSA authors. While there, we engaged in many exchanges with new and veteran customers, current and potential authors and our fellow military history publishers. We had the chance to feature one of our own recently published titles, 7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution, written by Col. John Antal, which was very well received.

We are looking forward to our next show, Fall-In, taking place the weekend of November 15th-17th at the Lancaster Host Resort & Conference Center in Lancaster, PA. Here you will have the chance to attend one of the largest gatherings of historical miniatures on the east coast, while also supporting local and international miniature makers as well as war gamers! Feel free to come out and visit us at the Casemate Booth!

Below are some great pictures from AUSA! You can view our entire AUSA album here!

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