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Enlisted, WO students train together, first time in FH history

Posted July 26, 2013 by Maranda Flynn

Maranda Flynn From left, 2-13th Aviation Regiment Soldiers Staff Sgt. Corey Deister, Spc. Christopher Brown and Staff Sgt. Kelly Poor disconnect cables from the data link interface box due to inclement weather during the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Culminating Training Exercise at Black Tower on Fort Huachuca, July 15 – 17. Students from the 2-13th Aviation…

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ACS shares news about available resources, upcoming training

Posted September 13, 2013 by

Victim advocates available to help There are times when issues arise between domestic partners which can escalate to power, control or abuse. For the person who is confused about how to manage in this relationship, there is confidential support. Victim advocates are on Fort Huachuca year-round, around the clock — ready to assist, when needed….

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Military Intelligence – this week in history

Posted November 15, 2013 by By Ruth Quinn,

Native Americans had been used as scouts as far back as white men had been settling the American continent. After the Civil War, Indians from more than a dozen tribes were enlisted to assist the Army during the Indian Campaigns of the Great Plains and Southwest regions. By 1866, the Army had been engaged in…

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Obama touches on Afghanistan, Iran, Syria in State of Union Address

Posted January 31, 2014 by Jim Garamone

WASHINGTON — While President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech Tuesday night was dominated by domestic concerns, he also addressed national security concerns. “ … because of the extraordinary troops and Civilians who risk and lay down their lives to keep us free, the United States is more secure,” Obama told members of the…

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EPG celebrates 60 years, new small arc structure dedicated

Posted April 11, 2014 by Maranda Flynn

Maranda Flynn From left, Rob Reiner, former Electronic Proving Ground technical director, Eddie Flores, EPG’s youngest employee, and Maj. Gen. Peter Utley, commanding general, U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, cut the cake during the EPG 60th Anniversary ceremony on Tuesday at the Intelligence Systems Integration Laboratory. More than 200 people gathered to celebrate the…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted June 20, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

USAICoE historians issue invitations to explore Fort Huachuca’s MI hot spots U.S. Army photo The MI Soldier Heritage Walkway was added in the recent update of the MI History Virtual Tour. The walkway was dedicated in 2012 and features 10 interpretive panels highlighting enlisted Soldiers’ contributions to Army Intelligence. A young Army private who is…

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Marines find home at Fort Huachuca

Posted April 19, 2012 by Story and photo by Natalie Lakosil

Marines stationed on an Army installation? Yes. A few good men and women temporarily call Fort Huachuca “home.” Most of them are students here, attending training before they move on to permanent duty stations. “It is an excellent opportunity for Marines being here at an...

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Military Intelligence Corps activates

Posted June 28, 2012 by USAICoE Command History Office

On July 1, 1987, the Military Intelligence Corps was activated under the U.S. Army Regimental System. This was the culmination of a four-year process, intended to offer Soldier stabilization and affiliation.

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Cash advance loans — worth the quick fix?

Posted September 7, 2012 by Legal Assistance Office

A Soldier is short on cash and needs money known as a “deferred presentment service” to obtain that “quick fix”. What people may not realize is that this “quick fix” comes at a high cost. Someone pays for the convenience of having money on hand when they don’t have any money in their bank account….

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Army opens new intelligence MOS

Posted December 6, 2012 by David Vergun

WASHINGTON — A new military occupational specialty: cryptologic network warfare specialist, or 35Q, opened last month. “About 500 to 600 Soldiers are needed initially,” said Lt. Col. Kurt Connell, Military Intelligence Enlisted Branch chief, “but as we fully develop the career path, we’ll probably identify additional authorizations, none of which involve force structure changes.” Soldiers…

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