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Military Intelligence – this week in history

Posted December 20, 2013 by Lori Tagg

CIC Detachment organized for Manhattan Project Property of the U.S. Army Col. John Lansdale, Jr., was a civilian lawyer and Army reservist who requested a call to active duty with the War Department’s Military Intelligence Division. He served as the director of Intelligence and Security for the Manhattan Project from 1941 – 1946. Dec. 18,…

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Military Intelligence – this week in history

Posted February 21, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

Radio Intelligence Service along Mexican Border Courtesy Photo Government preparing men for radio work under direction of Federal Vocational Board. Student transmitting a message to four of his classmates in the class room at the Stuyvesant Evening High School, N.Y. April 1918. 22 February 1918 When Major (later Major General) Ralph Van Deman finally succeeded…

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Post provides Safe Ride Program to prevent drunk driving

Posted May 23, 2014 by Gabrielle Kuholski

Gabrielle Kuholski From left, Pvt. Colin Hare, Company A, 305th Military Intelligence Battalion, and father Brian Hare enter a Transportation Express van to shuttle them back to the Soldier’s barracks. Not only does Transportation Express provide services for the Safe Ride Program, it also assists Soldiers without transportation on post. The Fort Huachuca Army Air…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted July 25, 2014 by Ruth Quinn,

Late in July, 1918, about fifty officers gathered at the high-walled and historic French town of Langres for six weeks of intensive study. The group had been drawn widely from the American Expeditionary Forces. Some men had been called back from the front line in Northern France and Belgium, the mud of the trenches still on their boots

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted September 19, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

Col. Harvey Cook: one of “Boys of Pointe du Hoc” Courtesy photo Harvey Cook was Rudder’s confidant and the 2nd Ranger Battalion’s intelligence and operations officer, 1943-1945. When President Ronald Reagan stood beside the monument to the 2nd Ranger Battalion on the 40th anniversary of D-Day, he said, “One by one, the Rangers pulled themselves…

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Buena JROTC hosts eight schools during camp

Posted April 26, 2012 by Story and photos by Natalie Lakosil

Fort Huachuca hosted 149 students from eight different high schools around Arizona and New Mexico last week for the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadet Leadership Challenge Camp. The camp is a yearly requirement by Cadet Command for JROTC schools to conduct. It began April 18…

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One week at this academy can change spouses’ lives

Posted August 2, 2012 by Story and photos by Beth Bellizzi

I am not going to lie. The thought of being away from my routine for five days was troubling. Although I would just be on post, I prepared for my hiatus from continuity by gathering my favorite notebook, pens and iPad.

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Army honors widow who helps families turn grief into hope

Posted October 18, 2012 by Story and photo by David Vergun

After losing her husband in 1992, Bonnie Carroll channeled her grief into a support organization that provides hope and comfort to the surviving Families of service members.

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National Prayer Breakfast recognizes nation’s rich religious heritage

Posted January 25, 2013 by Chaplain (Lt. Col. [P]) Ken Godfrey

Our nation has a rich religious heritage. A large number of the early settlers of North America fled religious persecution in Europe to seek religious freedom. Many Founding Fathers had strong religious beliefs, primarily from a Judeo-Christian background, and founded our nation on religious principles. Their religious beliefs were inclusive of the person’s right to…

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Sequestration to impact recruiting

Posted March 15, 2013 by David Vergun

WASHINGTON — The Army projects a decrease in 10,000 to 14,000 recruits across the services this fiscal year as military entrance processing stations shut down one day per week. Beginning next month, civilian military entrance processing stations, or MEPS, employees will be furloughed, said the Army’s Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, Lt. Gen. Howard Bromberg….

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