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Military Intelligence – this week in history

Posted January 24, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

National Security Agency takes a step back Photos property of the U.S. government Today, the National Security Agency building is located at Fort Meade, Md. Jan. 17, 2014 As this article is being written on Jan. 17, 2014, President Barack Obama is in the midst of a press conference to announce changes to national surveillance…

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Drill sergeants, Soldiers set sights on success during competition here

Posted March 28, 2014 by Capt. Tracey Frink,

Courtesy photo Soldiers from across the 108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training) prepare for a run during the Best Warrior and Drill Sergeant of the Year Competition held on Fort Huachuca this week. A U.S. Army Reserve unit headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., the command is currently one of the largest in the Army Reserve, with…

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EPG’s network forensics makes impact at Army’s NIE

Posted June 20, 2014 by Ray Ragan

Amy Walker, U.S. Army PEO C3T The Army Network Integration Evaluation, NIE, is a large-scale, semi-annual field evaluation of network and non-network capabilities. The U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground, USAEPG, traditionally provides test and evaluation support and instrumentation to NIEs. However, with NIE 14.2, the latest evaluation, USAEPG provided the additional support of a network…

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Air Force: Two Airmen join Army’s elite Rangers

Posted August 15, 2014 by Senior Airman Victor Caputo

The Army Ranger School students were all looking forward to the few hours of precious sleep they were about to get after a long day of training on Mount Yonah, a mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia.

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Vice chief of staff visits TRADOC to find out ‘what’s next’

Posted March 29, 2012 by Anthony O'Bryant

FORT EUSTIS, Va. “” Gen. Lloyd Austin III traveled to the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command headquarters March 22 to get an overview of TRADOC and updates on the command’s efforts to shape the Army of 2020. Gen. Robert Cone, TRADOC commanding general, welcomed Austin, who was making his first visit to TRADOC headquarters…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history June 21, 2012

Posted June 21, 2012 by USAICoE Command History Office

The Military Intelligence Training Center at Camp Ritchie began operations on June 19, 1942. It was the closest thing to a centralized school for intelligence the Army had up to that point.

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Army invests $120 million in basic research partnership to exploit new materials

Posted August 23, 2012 by By U.S. Army Research Laboratory Public Affairs

ADELPHI, Md. — As the nation looks for ways to double the speed and reduce the cost of new advanced materials, recent advances have brought it closer to realizing this ability than ever before. The Army’s already robust materials science research has expanded to include a new $120 million investment in basic research over 10…

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Military OneSource connects troops, Families to resources

Posted November 29, 2012 by Amaani Lyle

WASHINGTON — As the Information Age continues to shape modern communication, the Defense Department has revitalized and consolidated the Military OneSource website to better serve military members and their families, a Pentagon official said in a recent interview. Zona Lewis, military community outreach online and resource operations manager, told the Pentagon Channel and American Forces…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history February 8, 2013

Posted February 8, 2013 by Ruth Quinn

Courtesy photo — Sisler Family 1st Lt. George Sisler was stationed in Vietnam. MI lieutenant killed in Vietnam, awarded Medal of Honor Feb. 7, 1967 Some military officers are destined to be heroes, and 1st Lt. George Sisler seemed destined to be among their ranks. First Lieutenant George Sisler received the Medal of Honor, posthumously,…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history: April 5, 2013

Posted April 5, 2013 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

The business of solving codes and ciphers had been an active field in the U.S. government since World War I when Ralph Van Deman realized he needed a cipher bureau as part of his newly organized Military Intelligence Division.

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