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  • 501st Military Intelligence Brigade welcomes new senior enlisted leader

    Feb 11, 2016

    Camp Humphreys, South Korea -- The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade held a Change of Responsibility ceremony at the Super Gym on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, Feb. 11.

  • MVC Resident Scholarships available to post housing occupants

    Feb 11, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Resident Scholarships for 2016 are available to assist people living in Michaels Military Housing properties who plan to pursue higher education in the 2016/17 school year in college, or at a trade or professional school or institute, according to Mountain Vista Communities (MVC) which manages on-post housing.

  • Fifth-graders learn safety measures for being home alone

    Feb 11, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Through an Army-wide Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation program, youth are learning techniques for being safe and ways to respond to situations and emergencies when home alone.

  • Memorial cavalry unit showcases role in Geronimo Campaign

    Feb 10, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona-- A representative from Fort Huachuca's all-volunteer memorial cavalry unit showcased the original unit's role in the Geronimo Campaign before an audience of more than 70 people during a Feb. 2 presentation of the Amazing Arizona series at the Sierra Vista Public Library

  • Army Reserve offers $25,000 bonus for most warrant officer specialties

    Feb 9, 2016

    The Army Reserve needs more warrant officers, a senior leader told 7th Mission Support Command Soldiers.

  • Team APG Hosts "Cyber Day"

    Feb 8, 2016

    Elements of Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) played host to various federal, state, and local officials as well as industry partners in a wide-ranging information event designed to provide context and awareness of the APG community's role in support and innovation for the ongoing and evolving Cyber force.

  • FH offers programs to help the community keep 2016 fitness goals

    Feb 5, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Various sources on the Internet report that halfway through January, about 60 percent of those who've made New Year's resolutions this year had already broken them. However, it's still not too late to get back on track or to make new resolutions to get healthy through various programs offered by Fort Huachuca organizations. Authorized patrons can find programs that cover nutrition basics, physical fitness, balanced lifestyles and financial health.

  • White Sands Missile Range to host annual Bataan Memorial Death March

    Feb 5, 2016

    The 27th annual Bataan Memorial Death March is gearing up to step into another record-breaking year at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, March 20. The event is an active history lesson and a true test of endurance.

  • DPS, military train, ride together

    Feb 4, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - At the invitation of the 304th Military Intelligence Battalion, 111th MI Brigade, members of the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) recently held a motorcycle training session for riders from Alpha Company on the Fort Huachuca motorcycle safety training course and then participated in a joint ride with Soldiers and Civilians here.

  • Carter previews FY2017 defense budget request

    Feb 3, 2016

    Addressing diverse global challenges requires new thinking, new postures in some regions and new and enhanced capabilities, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said this morning during a preview of the Pentagon's fiscal year 2017 budget request.

  • Heart Health

    Feb 3, 2016

    Cardiovascular disease prevention is important for the readiness of the U.S. Army. According to the Department of Defense's 2008 Survey of Health Related Behaviors, approximately 17 percent of Soldiers have been diagnosed with hypertension since they entered the Army.

  • Warrant officer nominations sought for new MI award

    Feb 2, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - A brand-new annual award, the CW5 Rex A. Williams Award, honors warrant officers for excellence in Military Intelligence (MI).

  • OASS: On the right track to train the total force

    Feb 2, 2016

    Senior leaders from across the Army gathered at U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command headquarters Jan. 28 to determine the way ahead for how and where the Army will train Soldiers throughout active, Guard and Reserve components.

  • Carter announces 12 weeks paid military maternity leave, other benefits

    Feb 1, 2016

    The Defense Department is increasing military maternity leave and instituting other changes in an effort to support military families, improve retention and strengthen the force of the future, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.

  • Mexico receives support from security enterprise

    Feb 1, 2016

    The Secretariat of National Defense for Mexico's Air Force and Army requested and has begun to receive 18 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters as part of a $583.96 million foreign military sales case coordinated by the Security Assistance Command.

  • ISEC employee is Fort Huachuca's first 2016 Civilian of Month

    Jan 28, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - A U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (ISEC) Mission Engineering Directorate (MED) employee has been selected as Fort Huachuca's Civilian of the Month for January.

  • 7 changes to Army NCO professional development

    Jan 28, 2016

    With the new year came a number of changes in Army noncommissioned officer professional development, and NCOs can expect more changes coming soon, said Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr., U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command's senior enlisted adviser.

  • Nine noncommissioned officers formally leave Army during ceremony Jan. 22

    Jan 27, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Nine Army noncommissioned officers along with Family, friends and other military personnel shared a day of celebration honoring their collective 198 years of military service and bidding the Soldiers goodbye during the Quarterly Installation Retirement Ceremony on Brown Parade Field Jan. 22.

  • Thunderbird Dining Facility getting new facelift

    Jan 27, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- The Thunderbird Dining Facility here is currently closed, but when it reopens in February, it will sport a fresh, new look.

  • Tax Assistance Center now open

    Jan 27, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - The Fort Huachuca Tax Assistance Center (TAC) officially opened for business during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the facility Jan. 25.

  • Army to go universal with UAS operator training

    Jan 27, 2016

    The Army is working toward a universal control interface for unmanned aircraft systems that will help operators pilot more than one type of UAS.

  • IMCOM employee helps young women realize potential

    Jan 26, 2016

    FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEXAS (January 12, 2016) -- The U.S. Army Installation Management Command's highest-ranking civilian employee recently met with young women from San Antonio's Gateway to Pearls Debutante Program and Ball to teach them about what it means to serve as a Department of the Army Civilian.

  • Green to Gold; Earn a Degree while Becoming an Officer

    Jan 24, 2016

    Each year, the US Army awards deserving Soldiers the opportunity to transition from the enlisted ranks into the officer corps while earning a bachelor's degree thorough the Green to Gold Program

  • It's tax time, Fort Huachuca Tax Assistance Center plans grand opening

    Jan 22, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - The Fort Huachuca Tax Assistance Center (TAC) grand opening is scheduled for 9 a.m. Jan. 25. The TAC is located in Building 22324 on Christy Avenue and will operate 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays on an appointment basis only. On Wednesdays, the TAC will have extended hours, 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.

  • Cervical cancer widely preventable

    Jan 21, 2016

    January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and the medical home team at Kenner Army Health Clinic wants to raise awareness of the changes to recommended cervical cancer screening. Cervical cancer is highly preventable because screening tests for cervical cancer and vaccines to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV), which is the main cause of cervical cancer, are available. When cervical cancer is found early, it is highly treatable and associated with long survival and good quality of life.

  • Failure to report erratic, unstable employee behavior could lead to tragedy

    Jan 21, 2016

    Often, when tragedy strikes such as in the case of an active shooter event, co-workers, friends, or family members will come forward and say, "We saw some signs, some strange behavior, but didn't think anything of it."

  • SMA Dailey's Senior Enlisted Council focuses on personnel

    Jan 21, 2016

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey sat down with senior sergeants major from around the U.S. Army to discuss issues that affect his biggest concern - the welfare of Soldiers - during a Senior Enlisted Council at the U.S. Army Human Resources Command on Fort Knox, Kentucky, Jan. 19-21.

  • Voting: A right to be heard

    Jan 19, 2016

    Remember to register and ask for absentee ballots early

  • Army prepares to test enhanced network operation tools at NIE 16.2

    Jan 19, 2016

    To make it easier for Soldiers to manage the vast tactical communications network, the Army plans to operationally evaluate newly enhanced and simplified network operations tools during Network Integration Evaluation 16.2 this spring.

  • Anti-terrorism and community awareness survey

    Jan 19, 2016

    The Office of Provost Marshal General (OPMG) Antiterrorism Branch would like your participation with a brief, anonymous, voluntary survey on antiterrorism awareness and suspicious activity reporting across the Army. The survey should take less than two minutes and is open for all personnel within the Army community (Soldiers, Families, retirees and contractors).

  • Malicious coders will lose anonymity as identity-finding research matures

    Jan 15, 2016

    A team of university students tested a tool kit that may one day help analysts to identify malware authors more quickly.

  • CCAD Commander Recalls King's Enduring Fight for Freedom, Equality, & Dignity for All

    Jan 15, 2016

    CCAD Commander, Colonel Billingsley Garner Pogue III recalls King's enduring fight for Freedom, Equality, & Dignity for all in his CCAD Safety Message to the workforce ahead of a three-day weekend that honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 18, 2016.

  • Carter: Lasting defeat of ISIL depends on coalition strength

    Jan 14, 2016

    Delivering a lasting defeat to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant must be a global effort, and coalition partners and others must step up their contributions to the escalating fight, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

  • Commissary stores set record for paper, plastic, cardboard recycling

    Jan 11, 2016

    The numbers are in: military commissaries surpassed their fiscal 2015 environmental goals for recycling and diverting waste from landfills.

  • Army Emergency Relief now accepting scholarship applications

    Jan 11, 2016

    Army Emergency Relief has announced the opening of its scholarship application period. Applications will be accepted until May 1.

  • NETCOM deputy commanding general promoted

    Jan 8, 2016

    Brig. Gen. Todd Isaacson, deputy commanding general, pinned on his one-star rank January 7.

  • 10 things to know around the DoD for 2016

    Jan 7, 2016

    2016 will be a busy year throughout the Department of Defense. Staff writer Julia LeDoux shows us by providing this list of 10 things to know around the Defense Department in the New Year.

  • Climate Change

    Jan 6, 2016

    From the Pope to the President to Paris, there is a growing national and international discussion about the causes of climate change and what actions, if any, should be taken by policymakers. The U.S. Army, however, does not have the luxury of engaging in this debate -- instead, we must respond to the effects of climate change that are already affecting our mission.

  • New residential treatment program opens in San Antonio

    Jan 5, 2016

    Overcoming addictions is the mission of the new program on San Antonio Military Medical Center's 7W. Called the Substance Use Disorder Residential Treatment Program, the chief of the unit, Army Maj. Sandra Shelmerdine, explained the rigorous six-week program designed to help patients overcome their addictions to alcohol or illicit drug use.

  • What makes a good leader?

    Jan 4, 2016

    Army leaders should make a daily commitment to do the right things, develop the right foundational leadership traits, and understand today's complex, expeditionary environment.

  • Soldiers test robotics on 'battlefield'

    Jan 4, 2016

    Picture a hot summer day in Afghanistan, and a company of 25th Infantry Division Soldiers preparing to move to a new area of operation. Instead of using their legs and backs, these Soldiers are fortunate enough to have a small robot to help them on the battlefield.

  • New Mexico National Guard transports citizens during blizzard

    Dec 30, 2015

    One of the missions currently being performed by members of the New Mexico National Guard is the transportation of Roswell, New Mexico, citizens in need of dialysis treatments.

  • Operation HOMECOMING: Repatriation of American prisoners of war in Vietnam described

    Dec 30, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Throughout the Vietnam War, the Army was concerned with the expeditious return of prisoners-of-war (POWs) and an accounting of those missing-in-action (MIA). The U.S. knew that many of its personnel were being held in dangerous and unhealthy conditions, but North Vietnam released little information about American Servicemen in its POW camps. When Richard Nixon won the U.S. presidency in 1968, he and his secretary of defense announced a diminishing role for the U.S. military in Vietnam.

  • Innovative designs, smart manufacturing deliver Soldier readiness

    Dec 28, 2015

    Army production and logistics is teaming with Army research and development to better streamline the rapid design and fielding of cutting-edge technologies to the Soldier.

  • 2015 marks enormous advances for women

    Dec 28, 2015

    Women's strides made big news throughout 2015, with graduating from Ranger School, to the appointment of the first African-American female Army surgeon general to Defense Secretary Ash Carter opening up all military occupational specialties to women.

  • iReport smartphone application now available for free download

    Dec 22, 2015

    The U.S. Army Europe counterintelligence division has officially released a new smartphone application to facilitate the "if you see something, say something" reporting process for service members, civilians, contractors and Family members in Europe.

  • 2015 DoD Health Related Behaviors Survey Launches Worldwide

    Dec 22, 2015

    Active Duty service members will be randomly selected to represent their Service branch and complete an anonymous Health Related Behaviors Survey (HRBS). The survey, accessed online, takes about 40 minutes to complete.

  • Army technology team helps field robot

    Dec 18, 2015

    U.S. Army science and technology advisors have initiated a project to field a robot capable of assessing chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosives threats from a safe distance.

  • National Guard celebrates birthday

    Dec 18, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- More than 200 National Guard cadre and students on Fort Huachuca celebrated the organization's 379th birthday in a classroom in the 305th Military Intelligence Battalion Headquarters building Dec. 11.

  • CSLA takes CoM honors again this month

    Dec 18, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- A communications security (COMSEC) specialist with the Communications Security Logistics Activity (CSLA) is Fort Huachuca's Civilian of the Month for December.


    Dec 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - On the night of 25 December, 1776, General George Washington led his troops across the ice-swollen and storm-swept Delaware River near Trenton, New Jersey, to attack the British Army and its Hessian allies. After fierce fighting and the loss of their commander, the Hessians surrendered resulting in a major turning point in the American Revolution.

  • DeCA scholarships soon available for military children, FH Commissary offers opportunity locally

    Dec 16, 2015

    Fort Lee, Virginia -- Now entering its 16th year, the Scholarships for Military Children Program will be accepting applications from eligible students beginning Dec. 15 at commissaries worldwide, including Fort Huachuca, or on the Internet at

  • Suicide prevention is everyone's responsibility

    Dec 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- In the same manner as it takes a community to raise a child, it's up to the Fort Huachuca community to ensure that no person is left behind when it comes to suicide prevention.

  • Army Family Team Building

    Dec 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Army Family Team Building is a series of training modules that cover topics such as basic information about the Army, personal growth skills and leadership skills and is open to all soldiers and family members.

  • Living wax museum brings history to life at school

    Dec 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- In the tradition of the world renown Madame Tussauds' Wax Museums in London and in the United States, seventh grade students at Colonel Smith Middle School brought history to life during a living wax museum presentation on Dec. 10.

  • Program offers enlisted Soldiers the opportunity to become doctors

    Dec 15, 2015

    A Department of Defense program is helping five U.S. Army noncommissioned officers pursue their dreams to study medicine while continuing to serve on active duty.

  • Task Force Longhorn already successful in first 60 days of Afghanistan intel mission

    Dec 14, 2015

    EASTERN AFGHANISTAN (Dec. 14, 2015) -- For the silent warriors of the 303rd Military Intelligence Battalion, 504th Military Intelligence Brigade, who deployed in September and currently provide critical intelligence collection and analysis in Afghanistan, their deployment thus far has been rewarding for Soldiers and valued by commanders.

  • Army Basic Instructor Course makes teachers out of trainers

    Dec 11, 2015

    Soldiers who attend the Army Basic Instructor Course are usually experienced trainers, but many have difficulty translating their training skills to the classroom.

  • Updated Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report rating forms available online

    Dec 10, 2015

    U.S. Army Human Resources Command announced Monday the availability of the DA Form 2166-9 series, the revised Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report, and its activation in the web-based Evaluation Entry System.

  • Army fields streamlined network initialization tool to Korea

    Dec 9, 2015

    Before the Army's mission command and networked tools can be put to work, these advanced capabilities must first be able to communicate with each other.

  • Keeping troops connected: Manpack Radio and MUOS waveform provide on-the-move comms

    Dec 9, 2015

    In today's cellular world, communicating coast to coast is a given. But for Soldiers deployed around the world, many in austere locations with no established commercial network, it isn't so routine. So when Soldiers on the west coast recently communicated with their peers who were nearly 3,000 miles away on the east coast using the Army's Manpack Radio and the Navy's Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) waveform, the mission to keep troops connected took a significant step forward.

  • Dog tags get first update in 40 years

    Dec 8, 2015

    After more than four decades, the identification tags issued to all Soldiers, commonly called "dog tags," are getting an update.

  • Criminal Investigation Command warns of posting holiday travel plans

    Dec 7, 2015

    As Soldiers and their families prepare for the holiday season, the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly referred to as CID, warns that posting travel plans on social media sites makes your home vulnerable to burglary.

  • Vietnam veteran receives Purple Heart Medal after 47 years

    Dec 7, 2015

    The Army provided a long-awaited presentation, Dec. 3, when a Southeast Arizona veteran received the Purple Heart Medal for a head wound sustained 47 years earlier when the former Soldier, then a specialist 4, was assigned to Company A, 2nd Battalion (Mechanized) 2nd Infantry Brigade, 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam.

  • Pentagon honors unmanned aircraft systems civilian

    Dec 7, 2015

    Donna Hightower never expected any of the surprises she recently received from the Army and the Department of Defense. First was the presentation of the DoD Distinguished Civilian Service Award, the highest award given to a DoD civilian, during a ceremony Oct. 8 in the Pentagon. Brig. Gen. Bob Marion, program executive officer for aviation, first broke the news of the award to Hightower during a PEO Aviation Town Hall Sept. 1. On Nov. 20 Heidi Shyu, the Army's assistant secretary for acquisition, logistics and technology, praised Hightower's accomplishments and lauded her leadership among acquisition peers during a brown bag lunch at PEO Aviation.

  • Enjoy hunting sport on Fort Huachuca -- changes to program underway

    Dec 4, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- In order to maintain a wildlife balance in the state, the Arizona Game and Fish Department issues a limited number of tags each year so those who enjoy the sport have the opportunity to legally harvest game in areas potentially threatened by species overcrowding.

  • Submission window for dozen Army fellowship programs closes Dec. 30

    Dec 4, 2015

    Dec. 30 submission deadlines are fast approaching for a dozen Army fellowship opportunities managed by the U.S. Army Human Resources Command.

  • From STEM to employment

    Dec 3, 2015

    The Army Operating Concept dictates that "future forces conduct operations consistent with the tenet of adaptability, anticipating dangers and opportunities and adjusting operations to seize, retain, and exploit the initiative."

  • CID expands eligibility to become sworn federal law enforcement officers

    Dec 1, 2015

    The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, also known as CID, has announced new initiatives that expand the eligibility pool of special agent warrant officer candidates to select commissioned officers, warrant officers from other technical fields and military police investigators.

  • 483rd MP Detachment hosts memorial ceremony for military working dog

    Dec 1, 2015

    FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. - The 483rd Military Police Detachment hosts a memorial ceremony to military working dog Linda, 10 a.m., Wednesday at the Main Post Chapel here.

  • New virtual storefront helps secure Army systems

    Dec 1, 2015

    Think of it as iTunes for Army communications. But instead of purchasing music, Army units can order cryptographic keys and download them securely over-the-network.

  • SMA Dailey hosts a town hall at Cochise Theater

    Nov 30, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - SMA Dailey hosts a town hall at Cochise Theater today at 1 PM. He'll respond to some questions submitted in advance via social media. Message us on Facebook, U.S. Army Fort Huachuca. ‪#‎15thSMA

  • Buffalo Soldier Gate holiday closures

    Nov 24, 2015

    FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. - The Buffalo Soldier Gate will be closed for the following Federal holidays and training days: Thanksgiving Nov. 26-27, Christmas Dec. 24-25, and New Year's Dec. 31 -Jan. 1.

  • MI Reserve unit changes command

    Nov 24, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Headquarters, 1st Brigade, Military Intelligence, 100th Training Division, part of the U.S. Army Reserve, changed command Nov. 13 on Fort Huachuca's historic Brown Parade Field.

  • Fort recognizes Native American heritage, impact on future generations

    Nov 24, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Fort Huachuca welcomed a special guest speaker representing the Apache, Pueblo and Yaqui People to share his message of growing leaders and enhancing future generations during Fort Huachuca's National American Indian Heritage Month Observance at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre (TMAC) Nov. 12.

  • CSMS students get glimpse of possible future careers

    Nov 24, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Thirty-two people from 22 different career fields visited Colonel Smith Middle School on Nov. 5 to share information about their jobs and possibly help students choose a future career path.

  • 504th MI Brigade fields new equipment to assist Army's intelligence mission

    Nov 23, 2015

    FORT HOOD, Texas -- Soldiers of the 303rd Military Intelligence Battalion, 504th Military Intelligence Brigade, recently fielded the Prophet Enhanced System mounted on modular vehicle kits, in a move directly impacting modernization among the Army's intelligence equipment. The Prophet Enhanced system is a dedicated, all-weather tactical ground-based signals intelligence (SIGINT) system. The Soldiers used the Prophet Enhanced system, which is mounted on Mine Resistant, Ambush-Protected All-Terrain Vehicles, or M-ATVs, during a Field Training Exercise at Fort Hood, Nov. 10. The Military Intelligence Soldiers using the Prophet hold maintain a 35-series Military Occupational Specialty, and play a direct role in supporting the Army's maneuver forces and high value targeting efforts.

  • Nominate candidates for CSM Doug Russell Award for Excellence in Military Intelligence

    Nov 20, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Nominations are being accepted for the 2016 Russell Award through March 4, 2016.

  • Military veterans honored during special annual luncheon

    Nov 20, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Members of the local business community honored Cochise County veterans for their service during the Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce's annual Military Affairs Committee 'Bring a Vet to Lunch Day" appreciation event held at Fort Huachuca's Thunder Mountain Activity Centre Nov. 4.

  • IMCOM's personnel program gives employees application option

    Nov 19, 2015

    SAN ANTONIO--The Installation Management Command's Voluntary Placement Program gives first consideration to internal employees wishing to move overseas or return to the continental U.S. from an overseas position

  • B Troop, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Memorial) to change command

    Nov 18, 2015

    FORT HUACHUCA, Arizona - B Troop, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment (Memorial) hosts a Change of Command Ceremony 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 19, on historic Brown Parade Field here. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Joshua Hengst will relinquish command to Army Capt. Andrew Uthlaut.

  • Silent Warriors: Intel Soldiers' impact on military might

    Nov 18, 2015

    FORT HOOD, Texas -- According to the Creed of the Military Intelligence Corps, the core task of a military intelligence Soldier is finding, knowing, and never losing the enemy. The phrase is hardly clichéd, and for the Soldiers of the 504th Military Intelligence Brigade, exemplifying that creed takes on a sense of urgency and duty, especially in light of emerging global threats. Terrorism and dangers posed by state actors like Russia and North Korea, and non-state actors like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, continue to grow and threaten the United States' national security. Luckily, the nation is watchful against those who wish to do it harm. The men and women of the United States Army are the best in the world. To ensure the Army can complete its mission decisively, a small percentage of Soldiers provide intelligence collection and analysis required to shape the strategic environment and aid unit commanders' ability to make battlefield decisions.

  • Registration opens for the 2016 All-Army Small Arms Championship

    Nov 17, 2015

    The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU), in conjunction with the Maneuver Center of Excellence, will host the 2016 U.S. Army Small Arms Championship (All Army) March 13-19, at Fort Benning, Georgia.

  • Second grade hosts Veterans Day celebration at FH school

    Nov 17, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Nearly 330 students at Fort Huachuca's Colonel Johnston Elementary School celebrated Veterans Day Nov. 10 with the six second-grade classes hosting two special programs in the school cafeteria.

  • Arizona Diamondbacks bring STEM fun to FH school

    Nov 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - The Arizona Diamondbacks proved learning can be fun Nov. 2 when they brought their travelling roadshow to Fort Huachuca's General Myer Elementary School showcasing mini lessons in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as concepts applied to the sport of baseball.

  • Military Intelligence: "Always Out Front" in Vietnam War

    Nov 16, 2015

    Fort huachuca, Arizona - This article highlights a few individuals whose actions also merit attention. Currently, it is unknown how many Army Intelligence personnel served in the conflict in Southeast Asia. However, Retired Lt. Col. Mike Bigelow, the Intelligence and Security Command historian, has begun an effort to identify those who lost their lives during the war. So far, he has compiled a list of 234 killed between 1961 and 1972. The youngest was 18, the oldest 47.

  • Fort leaders encourage Soldiers, Family members to register, vote

    Nov 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Fort Huachuca's voting awareness campaign held Nov. 2-6 featured unit and organizational events to inform Soldiers and Families about the importance of voting. The majority of Fort Huachuca's voting awareness programs took place Nov. 4.

  • ACS Financial Readiness Program offers financial education classes

    Nov 16, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Want to learn how to better manage your money? Want to know how to save more as a consumer and how to protect yourself from identity theft? Then come to Army Community Service for financial education classes. Money Management 101 is offered 9-11:30 a.m. Nov. 16, Dec. 2 and Jan. 6, 2016.

  • Nomination period open for Weinstein Award for excellence in Military Intelligence

    Nov 16, 2015

  • Obama stresses country's debt to veterans

    Nov 12, 2015

    Americans must do more than simply recognize what veterans mean to the country one day a year, President Barack Obama said here today.

  • EFMP Networking Support Group meets Nov. 18, Dec. 16

    Nov 12, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - The Fort Huachuca Army Community Service (ACS) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is offering family support trainings by Raising Special Kids (RSK), our Arizona Parent Training Center, at our monthly EFMP Networking Support Group Meeting noon-1 p.m. Nov. 18 and Dec. 16.

  • Soldiers wanted by Army Criminal Investigation Command

    Nov 12, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - "Wanted." The word placed in bold letters across a poster with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command badge incites fear in criminals around the world.

  • African partners explore opportunities at US Army Africa Training Center

    Nov 9, 2015

    African partners from Senegal and Uganda explored opportunities for increased capabilities and capacities during the 2015 U.S. Army Africa Training Center Capabilities Seminar, held Nov. 2-5 at the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command, Grafenwoehr, and the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany. The seminar served as an opportunity for all parties to discuss effective methods to train, develop and enhance rapid deployment of peacekeeping forces, and share lessons learned in order to strengthen existing defense institutes within African partner nations.

  • CG reassures Civilian teammates regarding workforce cuts

    Nov 9, 2015

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Yesterday, the Department of the Army met with congressional staffers to share the methodology and process by which the Army is reducing Civilian manpower.

  • 80th Training Command names officer, enlisted instructors of the year

    Nov 8, 2015

    Maj. David Porter and Staff Sgt. Jadrian Whitfield won the 80th Training Command Instructor of the Year competition in the officer and enlisted categories, respectively, at Fort Knox, Ky., Nov. 7, 2015.

  • Military profession trumps sexual assault, theme of DoD SAPRO director discussion at Eustis

    Nov 5, 2015

    Director, Department of Defense Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, Maj. Gen. Camille M. Nichols, provided an update on the DoD's sexual assault program to a packed Wylie Theater largely made up of Sexual Harassment/Assault Response Program and SAPR professionals at Fort Eustis, Virginia, Oct. 30, 2015. During the update, Nichols stated that her discussion is not about sexual assault, but about our profession, imploring the gathered SHARP and SAPR professionals to help her change the profession for the better.

  • Counter-unmanned aircraft systems prove their worth at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground

    Nov 5, 2015

    As unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) proliferate, America's adversaries could potentially use them to target this nation's troops, necessitating a robust counter-UAS defense system for use anywhere American forces may be deployed. U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground recently proved its mettle in this important and growing test mission area by hosting a large scale exercise in conjunction with the U.S. Army Rapid Equipping Force that put counter-UAS systems under development through a series of rigorous scenarios.

  • Practice food safety during the holidays

    Nov 3, 2015

    Nothing draws us closer together than enjoying a delicious home-cooked meal with the ones we love, but things can take a turn for the worse if food safety is not kept in mind. Approximately 48 million people get sick from foodborne illness each year.

  • CID warns of extortion, blackmail scams

    Nov 3, 2015

    The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is warning the Army community to be aware of Internet extortion and blackmail scams and report any instance, where a Soldier, Army dependent, or Army civilian is or has been faced with threats involving the payment of money or other valuables.

  • Army to recruit up to 70 researchers for California laboratory

    Nov 3, 2015

    As part of an initiative to spur scientific breakthroughs, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory plans to recruit up to 70 researchers to be based at the University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies in Playa Vista, California.