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Military Intelligence – this week in history

Posted December 13, 2013 by USAICoE Command History Office

Operation Red Dawn nets Saddam Hussein Courtesy of Mark Terrell The Ace in the Hole, Saddam Hussein, is found hiding in a small hole in the ground on Dec. 13, 2003. Dec 13, 2003 Ten years ago this week, the U.S. Army captured Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein alive. The story of how he was located…

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Soldiers showcase Army linguist opportunities at local high school

Posted February 21, 2014 by Gabrielle Kuholski

Gabrielle Kuholski Sgt. 1st Class Jacqueline Moran-Sargent, Sergeant Audie Murphy Club treasurer, serves as a guest speaker at Buena High School on Feb. 12. Staff Sgt. Eduardo Garcia from the Sierra Vista recruiting station prepares to speak about the benefits of joining the Army. Buena High School students enrolled in language courses attended a 30-minute…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted May 16, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

3rd Radio Research Unit arrives in Vietnam Photos property of U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the 3rd Radio Research Unit conduct intercept of Morse code transmissions from both fixed and mobile stations. May 13, 1961 Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the U.S. sending combat troops to Vietnam. However, there had been U.S. personnel…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted July 18, 2014 by Lori S. Tagg

Colonel Charles Young: Buffalo Soldier and Intelligence Officer Courtesy Photo As a major and then Lieutenant Colonel, Charles Young served with the 10th Cavalry during the Punitive Expedition into Mexico in 1916. This article was originally run in the June 7, 2007 edition of the Fort Huachuca Scout. It is reprinted here as a reminder…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted September 12, 2014 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

Special Operations is part of Army Intelligence Heritage As an intelligence sergeant assigned to Detachment A-102, 5th Special Forces Group, Sgt. 1st Class Bennie Adkins’ job was to oversee intelligence collection on the enemy’s locations and activity in his operations area. He was assigned to Special Forces Camp A Shau, near the Ho Chi Minh…

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Active duty Service members must change Roth TSP contributions

Posted November 26, 2014 by Abigail Reid

GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Active duty members of the Army, Air Force or Navy making dollar-amount Roth contributions to a Thrift Savings Plan account should know that these deductions will stop on Jan. 31, unless action is taken. “The Roth [Thrift Savings Plan] contributions are going from a dollar figure to a percentage of pay,” said…

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DISA to conduct command cyber readiness inspection

Posted February 20, 2015 by Linda Levesque Sedillos

The Defense Information Systems Agency, or DISA, will conduct a command cyber readiness inspection at Fort Huachuca Monday through Feb. 27. The inspection is mandated by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction CJCSI 6211.02D and targets areas on Fort Huachuca with Secure Internet Protocol Router (SIPRNET) Points of Presence (PoP). Those susceptible…

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Military Intelligence – Moment in MI history

Posted May 8, 2015 by Lori Tagg

Army Intelligence showcases Medal of Honor recipients U.S. Air Force photo Retired Master Sgt. Roy Benavidez receives his Medal of Honor in 1981 for actions in Vietnam in 1968. The Medal of Honor, the highest award for valor in action against the enemy, was established by Congress in 1861. Originally for enlisted members of the…

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CWFC supports Fort’s civilian employees

Posted July 24, 2015 by Stephanie Caffall

Fort Huachuca’s Civilian Welfare Fund Council (CWFC) uses the money derived from vending machines to support federal employees. Each month a percentage of the money from post snack and soda vending machines goes into a secured CWFC account to provide morale and recreational activities to civilian employees. According to Carmen Chastain, CWFC president, these activities…

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Military Intelligence — this week in history May 10, 2012

Posted May 10, 2012 by anradmin

American Black Chamber closed May 1929 After World War I, Herbert Yardley and General Marlborough Churchill argued for the retention of MI-8, the code and cipher section of the Military Intelligence Division, as a permanent peacetime cryptologic department. They were successful, and in 1919, the Cipher...

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