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Garrison sergeant major relinquishes responsibility, says ‘goodbye’

Posted January 10, 2014 by Maranda Flynn

Maranda Flynn Command Sgt. Maj. Roger Daigle, outgoing garrison command sergeant major, passes the noncommissioned officer sword to Col. Dan McFarland, Fort Huachuca garrison commander, symbolizing Daigle’s relinquishment of responsibility, Dec. 19 in Alvarado Hall. Command Sgt. Maj. Roger Daigle, garrison command sergeant major, said his farewells to the Soldiers, Families and friends who played…

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TRADOC welcomes new commanding general

Posted March 21, 2014 by Senior Airman Austin Harvill

Senior Airman Austin Harvill U.S. Army Gen. David Perkins, left, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command incoming commander, accepts the unit colors from Gen. Raymond Odierno, U.S. Army chief of staff, during a change of command ceremony at Fort Eustis, Va., March 14. FORT EUSTIS, Va. — Gen. David Perkins assumed command of U.S. Army…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted June 6, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

Col. Ethan Allen Hitchcock forms Mexican Spy Company June 5, 1847 The young West Point cadet raised his right hand on July 17, 1817, and swore this oath: “I, Ethan Allen Hitchcock, appointed a Third Lieutenant of Artillery in the Army of the United States, do solemnly swear, or affirm, that I will bear true…

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FH Soldier pins first Army Instructor Badge

Posted August 8, 2014 by Maranda Flynn

U.S. Army photo Gen. Ray Odierno, Army chief of staff, congratulates Sgt. 1st Class Jacqueline Sauve, with the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, on receiving one of the first Army Instructor Badges during a ceremony July 17, in Alexandria, Virginia. The Army began awarding Army Instructor Badges this summer to bolster the…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted October 3, 2014 by Lori Tagg,

Australian War Memorial Operation Jaywick was one of several paintings commissioned by the Australian War Memorial to commemorate the successful commando mission. Operation JAYWICK – one of WW II’s most successful commando raids Sept. 26, 1943 In early September 1943, the Krait, a former Japanese fishing vessel, left the U.S. Naval Base at Exmouth in…

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Army Materiel Command brings ‘last MRAP’ to port

Posted May 10, 2012 by RSA Staff Report

REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. — The last U.S. Army mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle to depart from Iraq arrived at the Port of Beaumont, Texas, Sunday, on its way to the 1st Cavalry Brigade Division Museum at Fort Hood, Texas, for preservation and display. Much media attention focused on the mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle, known as an MRAP, when…

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Dental Activity commanders change

Posted August 9, 2012 by Story and photos by Natalie Lakosil

U.S. Army Dental Activity, Fort Huachuca, has a new leader following a change of command ceremony on historic Brown Parade Field Friday...

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Evaluating mobile technology for warfighter use challenging

Posted November 1, 2012 by Ray Ragan

Mobile technology, or mobility as it is referred to by the military, is for the first time, taking a prominent role in defense.

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Buyer beware! Things to consider before signing contracts

Posted February 1, 2013 by Legal Assistance Office

Everyone has done it. When buying a couch, joining a gym, or renting a new apartment, the salesperson hands a customer a stack of papers and a pen, and he or she starts signing their name on the dotted line. People think to themselves, “I’m sure everyone that has bought a couch has signed the…

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RWBAHC consistent with IDES success

Posted March 29, 2013 by Maranda Flynn

In August 2011, Fort Huachuca began implementing the Integrated Disability Evaluation System, or IDES, to create a simpler and time-efficient disability evaluation process. The IDES is used to determine if service members who have been wounded or injured, either physically or mentally, are still able to serve in combat. If they are determined unable to…

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