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Brigade reminds trainees, civilians of phase rules

Posted August 16, 2013 by Maranda Flynn

While military personnel are very clear on what interaction is allowed with Soldiers attending Initial Entry Training, or IET, uncertainty often arises in regards to civilian and IET Soldier contact. According to Army Regulation 600-20, any relationship between the cadre (all military, permanent party members or civilian personnel that command, supervise, instruct, train, or directly…

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EEO reminds workforce ‘we are equal to the task’

Posted October 18, 2013 by Zakiya O. Mabery

In recognition of October being National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Fort Huachuca Equal Employment Opportunity Office promotes recruiting, hiring and retaining individuals with disabilities as part of sustaining a diverse workforce. A diverse workforce goes beyond a mission statement or core values of an organization. Diversity in the workplace utilizes individuals’ various skills and…

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Military separation rules increase, access OMPF easily

Posted December 20, 2013 by retired Command Sgt. Maj. Mike Roberts

Army transition — shifting the paradigm Army Career and Alumni Program U. S. Army Human Resources Command veterans are some of the Army’s most valuable resources and need your support. Those who transitioned from the Army within the last 21 years likely started their separation process at the Army Career and Alumni Program, or ACAP….

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Army Band in demand

Posted February 21, 2014 by Gabrielle Kuholski

Gabrielle Kuholski The Military Intelligence Corps Band’s brass quintet performs during an evening Memorial Day ceremony in the Southern Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery. The band often performs in small ensembles focusing on a particular genre of music. The Military Intelligence Corps Band, or MI Corps Band, is the only active duty band in Arizona, and…

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Marines, Army compete, demonstrate teamwork, build morale

Posted May 23, 2014 by Mike Gaun

The Army’s platoon, the “Smokin’ Shadows” from Company A, 2-13th Aviation Regiment, conduct close order drill during a competition May 8 at the Applied Instruction Building at the Black Tower training site near Fort Huachuca’s West Gate. What started out as a friendly drill and ceremony competition between the Army students and their Marine counterparts,…

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At FH, 35G imagery analysts learn to have “eyes on the world”

Posted May 24, 2012 by By Amy Sunseri

The 35G military occupational specialty, imagery analyst, plays an integral part in providing not only the Army but the United States with critical information about enemy forces. 35G Soldiers do this through...

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Military Intelligence — this week in history August 2, 2012

Posted August 2, 2012 by U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence History Office

On Aug. 1, 1975, the Intelligence Organization and Stationing Study released its report on the structure and operations of Army Intelligence.

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DOD helps military Families maintain financial readiness

Posted October 18, 2012 by By Lisa Daniel

WASHINGTON — As service members prepare for any and all possible military operations, the Defense Department is reaching out to ensure that there are no contingencies back home to distract them from the mission, namely their personal finances. Barbara Thompson, director of DOD’s Office of Family Policy/Children and Youth, is leading the information campaign with…

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Old Soldiers Never Die … Six retire on Brown Parade Field during quarterly IRC

Posted January 25, 2013 by Scout reports

Sgt. Bobby England, 11th Signal Brigade Col. Rich Rivera, Network Enterprise Technology Command, assistant chief of staff, G-1 and Sgt. Maj. Aurora Patterson, NETCOM assistant chief of staff, g-1, sergeant major presided over the Quarterly Installation Retirement ceremony and awarded six retirees with 144 years of combined military service with certificates and plaques for their…

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Armed forces appeals judge visits SJA members here

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Office of the Staff Judge Advocate Judge Scott Stucky (left), with the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, presents a picture of the courthouse, signed by the judges of that court, to Col. Timothy Cody, Fort Huachuca staff judge advocate, at Alvarado Hall during his visit to the installation on Feb. 27….

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