United States Army

  • People

    Andrews Federal Credit Union, Suitland, Md., welcomed Michael Bartelle as vice president of overseas operations.

  • Advantis Hands Over Second Home to Injured Vet

    Next month, Oregon's Advantis Credit Union will celebrate its second big event marking participation in the national Homes for Our Troops campaign building homes for severely injured soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Donations

    Alliant Credit Union, Chicago, announced that its charitable organization, Alliant Credit Union Foundation, has recently completed its first year of operations,

  • Navy, Crane to Open New Military Branches

    Navy Federal Credit Union and Crane FCU of Indiana are moving next month to add new branches at military bases.

  • Crane Opens Year's Third Branch Including Army Site

    Strengthening its ties to the military, Indiana's Crane Federal Credit Union will open its third branch of the year on Nov. 5 at the U.S. Army's Camp Atterbury.

  • Account Tools

    A pair of technology providers said they have combined their human emulation and online account opening tools to help reduce the number of abandoned applications.

  • Natural Language Tools Combine with uMonitor Online Account Opener

    uMonitor said it has integrated its uOpen online account opening and retention solutions with human emulation software from Next IT to help reduce the number of abandoned applications.

  • Former Political Refugee Recognized With Wegner Award

    A credit union leader who arrived in the U.S. as a 14 year old political refugee has been recognized with the 2011 Herb Wegner Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement.

  • Bike Ride Over, Hope Campaign Raises $161,000 for Troops

    North Carolina credit unions involved in several fundraising events to aid a national support the troops charity were reaping heartfelt praise as outstanding community leaders after collecting a chart-topping $161,000.

  • 'Hope' Campaign Raises $161,000 for Troops in Emotional Event

    Taking part in a moving ceremony Tuesday night, North Carolina credit unions, were celebrating one major triumph: beating a fundraising goal and collecting $161,000 for a support the troops charity.

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