More than 75 people were in attendance as outgoing Commander Col. John Boucher, Human Intelligence Training Joint Center of Excellence, passed the command responsibility on to incoming Commander Col. Travis Phillips, during their change of command ceremony on Brown Parade Field June 19.
The 304th Military Intelligence Battalion, International Military Student Office is actively seeking sponsors for the Community Friends Program — a hospitality program intended to provide international military officers the opportunity to become acquainted with the American lifestyle.
After four rigorous days of nonstop competition, the 111TH Military Intelligence Brigade and U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Soldier and Platoon Sergeant of the Year have been selected.
Those staying in town for the Fourth of July holiday can look forward to a smorgasbord of local activities, including the annual fireworks show and the return of an F-16 flyover.
U.S. Army Reserve soldiers from the 974th Quartermaster Company out of Amarillo, Texas, are providing hot showers and clean laundry for nearly 600 other Soldiers in the field during the Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise, QLLEX, 2015 here, during the month of June.
Spirits ran high aboard the Karel Doorman, a warship with the Royal Netherlands Navy, as U.S. Marines with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261 made the first MV-22 Osprey landing aboard a Dutch ship during an interoperability test conducted near Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, June 12.
Early on June 25, 1950, the North Korean People’s Army crossed the 38th parallel and invaded the Republic of Korea, ROK. By June 28, the capital Seoul fell and ROK troops fled southward in retreat. The North Koreans nearly overwhelmed the peninsula before U.S. forces, under United Nations auspices, could land and establish a toehold at Pusan.
Fort Huachuca’s CW2 Christopher G. Nason Military Intelligence Library hosted its first Soldier Appreciation Expo last week to introduce Soldiers to the many resources available to them on post.
Spc. Joe Dees Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey will soon kick off a new program, “Not in My Squad, Not in Our Army,” that will offer Soldiers an opportunity to take ownership of both the problem of sexual assault in the ranks, as well as the solution. WASHINGTON — Since the Army first…