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Military Intelligence — this week in history November 15, 2012

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SIGINT successes during Washington Naval Conference November 1921 Concerned about large-scale ship-building programs in the U.S., Great Britain and Japan following World War I, U.S. President Warren G. Harding organized the Washington Naval Conference in late 1921. The conference was held in Washington D.C., and nine nations attended. Harding’s goal was to establish limits on…

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Army at ‘tipping point’ of unmanned aircraft system capabilities

Posted March 21, 2014 by David Vergun

David Vergun Spc. Corey Deer, unmanned aircraft system operator, launches a Raven at Fort Bragg, N.C., in 2013. WASHINGTON — “We’re on the tipping point of unmanned aerial systems’ ability to deliver capability to the Soldier,” said Col. Thomas von Eschenbach. The unmanned aerial/aircraft system, or UAS, is no longer seen by Soldiers as a…

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Military Wife Educational Scholarship Program announced

Posted April 19, 2012 by Operation Homefront and Women’s Self Worth Foundation

SAN ANTONIO — Operation Homefront and the Women’s Self Worth Foundation announced they are accepting applications for the 2012 Saban Military Wife Educational Scholarship. This scholarship program is funded by a $250,000 grant by WSWF and is aimed at wives of uniformed service members, so they can attend vocational training programs in the medical field….

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Military Intelligence — this week in history. February 15

Posted February 15, 2013 by Ruth Quinn

USAICoE Command History Office archives The Army experimented with kite aerial photography at Madison Barracks, N.Y., in the 1890s. Feb. 10 – 16, 2013 When the USS Maine blew up in Havana Harbor, Cuba, on Feb. 15, 1898, America was launched into the Spanish American War. This conflict was important in the evolution of military…

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Military Intelligence – September 20, 2012

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USAICS develops doctrine, organization, operations concepts for CEWI units Sept. 16, 1975 In the late 1970s, the Army undertook a major realignment of its tactical intelligence assets. It formed a series of new integrated combat electronic warfare and intelligence or CEWI units to carry out functions previously performed by a variety of military intelligence and…

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Military Intelligence – this week in history

Posted June 28, 2013 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

The move of the U. S. Army Intelligence Center and School, or USAICS, from Fort Holabird, Md., to Fort Huachuca in 1971 was an important step in the professionalization of the Military Intelligence, or MI Branch, which was only nine years old by that time.

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IMCOM looks to expedite hiring at garrisons

Posted November 21, 2012 by IMCOM Public Affairs

Garrison commanders are recruiting for about 2,000 job openings, and while the competitive process can be time-consuming, exceptions to the process allow for noncompetitive selection of current Installation Management Command, or IMCOM, employees, transitioning Soldiers, disabled veterans, and certain others. At the same time, the Army still faces a new fiscal environment that could require…

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New rules for robocalls now in place

Posted May 3, 2012 by Staff Judge Advocate Office

Businesses now need a peron’s written permission before they can call with prerecorded telemarketing messages — also known as robocalls — regardless of whether the individual being called already has a relationship with the business. If a business wants to call someone to deliver prerecorded messages, it must tell them clearly that it is asking…

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Black history celebrated on FH in spite of inclement weather

Posted February 22, 2013 by Staff Sgt. Kelvin Ringold

Staff Sgt. Kelvin Ringold Pastor T.L. Simpson, senior chaplain, New Jerusalem Community Church, talks to the crowd about the significance of Black History Month. Simpson was the guest speaker at Wednesday’s Black American History event at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre on Fort Huachuca. Snow and inclement weather did not prevent Fort Huachuca from recognizing…

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Military Intelligence – this week in history: September 27, 2012

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Courtesy of Archiving Early America, http://www.earlyamerica.com Benedict Arnold meets with Maj. John Andre to betray Americans in 1870. Maj. John Andre apprehended for spying Sept. 23, 1780 On this week in history, Maj. Benjamin Tallmadge apprehended Maj. John Andre of the British Intelligence Service who was trying to purchase the surrender of West Point. This…

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