Army

January 25, 2013

Year in review, 2012 — 25/50 anniversaries of the Military Intelligence Corps

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Maj. Gen. Gregg Potter, commander, U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, leads the Military Intelligence Corps on a run on June 29, in honor of the 25/50 anniversaries of the Corps.

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Pfc. Geoffrey Wilkerson, Fort Huachuca Select Honor Guard, represents the Civil War Soldier during the ribbon cutting on the new MI Soldier Heritage Walkway, June 29.

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From left, Command Sgt. Maj. Todd Holiday, Military Intelligence Corps command sergeant major; Maj. Gen. Gregg Potter, commander, U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca; and retired Col. James Kelsey, former director, Office of the Chief of MI in 1987, cut the ribbon on the MI Soldier Heritage Walkway as part of the 25/50 commemoration ceremony, June 29.

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The 304th Military Intelligence Battalion expresses anniversary wishes to the MI Branch in January 2012.

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Maj. Gen. Gregg Potter, chief of the MI Corps until yesterday, Jan. 24, chats with retired Maj Gen. Julius Parker, the first Chief of the Corps, during a reception at Lakeside Terraces for the Corps founders on June 28.




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