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  • IMCOM enables mobilization readiness

    May 2, 2016

    The Installation Management Command assists supported commanders by acting as the functional integrator for delivering trained and ready forces and their equipment to a theater of operations.

  • Soldier sees tech behind helmet that saved his life

    May 2, 2016

    Aberdeen Proving Ground missions revolve around developing materiel that saves Soldiers lives. Researches don't often receive feedback from the Soldiers in the trenches, but that changed, April 20, when Team APG greeted a staff sergeant from Fort Stewart, Georgia who came to APG to learn about the helmet that saved his life.

  • Post-wide annual spring cleanup underway; will culminate with post-wide yard sale April 30

    Apr 29, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Drivers and other visitors to Fort Huachuca may notice a greater number of Soldiers and Civilians cleaning up trash, debris and combustible materials in the cantonment, training and housing areas over the coming weeks -- the annual post-wide cleanup is underway.

  • Dispose of unwanted prescription drugs safely on Fort Huachuca April 30

    Apr 29, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Fort Huachuca will participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 30 in the Main Exchange parking lot and will offer the community the opportunity to safely dispose of old or unneeded prescription drugs.

  • EPG employee is named April Civilian of Month

    Apr 29, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--An electronics engineer with the U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground (USAEPG) here has been selected as April's Civilian of the Month.

  • Safety Fair kicks off 101 Days of Summer Safety campaign

    Apr 29, 2016

    The Fort Huachuca Safety Fair set for 8 a.m.-2 p.m. May 4 at Barnes Field House will kick off the annual 101 Critical Days of Summer Safety campaign, and the Fort Huachuca and local communities are welcome and encouraged to attend the free event.

  • Soldier shares his story of survival at suicide prevention training

    Apr 28, 2016

    Soldier shares his story of survival at suicide prevention training

  • Army Emergency Relief Campaign now half over

    Apr 27, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--Fort Huachuca's Army Emergency Relief (AER) Campaign is now more than half over, and as of April 12, the installation has raised $35,000 of its $112,000 target goal to "Leave No Soldier in Need."

  • SHARP Poetry Slam wows APG Community

    Apr 27, 2016

    The Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) program drove home a lasting point during its first ever "SHARP Poetry Slam," April 27, in the Mallette Auditorium at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland

  • Arizona National Guard partners with Ponderosa Fire Advisory Council

    Apr 27, 2016

    Arizona National Guard Soldiers participate in emergency response exercise hosted by the Ponderosa Fire Advisory Council, at Camp Navajo.

  • SMA Dailey: 'We must fight and win'

    Apr 26, 2016

    Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey told a gathering of U.S. Army Reserve senior leaders they must execute the Army's core mission of fighting and winning. In order to do that, Dailey said leaders must maintain readiness, look to the future of the Army, and take of Soldiers and their Families.

  • Wanted: talented cyber operators

    Apr 25, 2016

    Regarding cyber, "we are training in the dozens and our adversaries are training in the thousands," said Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, referencing what he heard at a cyber briefing at Carnegie Mellon, one of the top cyber-security universities in the world.

  • Intelligence Soldiers focus on humanitarian aid situations and sustainment

    Apr 21, 2016

    Soldiers from 8th Theater Sustainment Command and its subordinate units 8th Military Police Brigade and 130th Engineer Brigade, conducted intelligence exercise Perspicuous Provider April 18-22 at Mission Training Complex -- Hawaii here.

  • Dog-handler students receive real-world perspective

    Apr 21, 2016

    Students from the 31K Military Occupational Specialty Advanced Individual Training course in Company C, 701st Military Police Battalion, got a first-hand glimpse into their future career as military working dog handlers April 6.

  • Beyond the Horizon: Arizona National Guard serve Guatemala residents

    Apr 19, 2016

    Medical readiness training exercises organized by the Arizona Medical Detachment with support from multiple countries and organizations, supplied free medical services to Guatemalan nationals in the local area.

  • Fifteen Soldiers, one Civilian honored during retirement ceremony here

    Apr 19, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Fifteen Soldiers and one Department of the Army Civilian celebrated the end of 361 years of collective military service along with Family, friends and other service members during the Quarterly Installation Retirement Ceremony April 15 on Brown Parade Field.

  • Alaska Aviation Task Force expands Army Aviation capability

    Apr 18, 2016

    It was a cool April morning and the Arctic Falcons of U.S. Army Alaska Aviation Task Force were hard at work, as CH-47 Chinooks, UH-60 Blackhawks and AH-64 Apaches checked systems in preparations for lift-off -- a typical day for Army aviation in Alaska.

  • Soldiers head to Air Olympic Trials after smallbore bids

    Apr 15, 2016

    Sgt. 1st Class James Henderson, Staff Sgt. George Norton, Staff Sgt. Greg Markowski and Spc. Daniel Lowe of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit are headed to the 2016 USA Shooting Air Olympic Trials, June 3-6, at Camp Perry, Ohio, in the hopes of securing the final air pistol seat and two air rifle seats on the U.S. Olympic Shooting Team.

  • Fort volunteers honored for 'Lifting Spirits, Touching Lives'

    Apr 15, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--April is Volunteer Appreciation Month and Fort Huachuca honored its many volunteers April 13 for "Lifting Spirits, Touching Lives" during the annual Fort Huachuca Volunteer Recognition Ceremony and Luncheon at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre.

  • Get your purple on to recognize military children

    Apr 14, 2016

    Friday is Purple Up! day, a time for Americans to show their support for military families.

  • Strong Bonds: Vital for Soldiers and Families

    Apr 13, 2016

    The strength of the Armyis only as strong as the relationships that support the Soldiers within it. The Army Reserve works to improve the resiliency of those relationships with a chaplain-led program called Strong Bonds.

  • CECOM Commander links Small Business with Army Readiness effort

    Apr 13, 2016

    The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) continues to promote its commitment to Army readiness, industrial growth, and technological development in ways that reflect they are solidly aligned with Pentagon and Department of Defense (DoD) goals and objectives.

  • How a DUI forever changed a local Soldier's career

    Apr 11, 2016

    The effects of a DUI on one Soldier's career. Drivers only need one alcoholic drink to end up with a story like Smith's.

  • National Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention Month

    Apr 11, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Fort Huachuca's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program and Cochise College are partnering to host a community Take Back the Night event 5:30-8 p.m. April 13 at the Cochise College Sierra Vista Campus, 901 N. Colombo Ave., to empower women and men to live without fear of being sexually assaulted.

  • CSLA employee named March Civilian of Month

    Apr 11, 2016

  • Fort to hold Month of Military Child celebration April 9

    Apr 8, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - The Department of the Army has designated April as Month of the Military Child. This month, U.S. Army garrisons worldwide are hosting events and celebrations designed to honor and recognize the sacrifices and support that military children provide to their Soldier-parents and Families.

  • Seven MI senior warrant officers first to graduate from new training class

    Apr 8, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Seven Military Intelligence Corps chief warrant officer 4 (CW4) were the first to graduate from a new class designed for senior MI warrant officers during a March 31 ceremony in the Military Intelligence Museum classroom on post.

  • Army, Air Force build partnership for energy assurance

    Apr 7, 2016

    The military's ability to accomplish its missions -- whether executing today's fight or training for future ones -- is dependent on electricity that powers installations. The Army and Air Force have identified energy resilience as a critical objective, advancing the capability for their systems, installations, and personnel to respond to and recover from unexpected disruptions.

  • Get SHARP about sexual assault and harassment

    Apr 6, 2016

    The Army's posture on sexual assault and harassment is clear. It will not be tolerated.

  • Expeditionary network equipment for Global Response Force

    Apr 4, 2016

    Continuing to inform requirements and seek solutions for light-weight, expeditionary networking gear for the Global Response Force, the Army recently demonstrated a new modular suite of expeditionary communication equipment that provides increased bandwidth with significant size, weight and power (SWaP) reductions. Demonstration capabilities included a new high-bandwidth Terrestrial Transmission Line Of Sight (TRILOS) radio; the range-extending Troposcatter (Tropo) Lite; Commercial Coalition Equipment (CCE); and the Modular Communications Node - Advanced Enclave (MCN-AE), which supports intelligence users over the WIN-T network. All of these capabilities are commercial hardware solutions.

  • 'Grass roots' bystander intervention

    Apr 4, 2016

    Master Sgt. Jeff Fenlason asked about 25 people to close their eyes and imagine a fictional scenario involving somebody they care about.

  • Guard Your Health's #WarriorReady Challenge launches April 1

    Apr 1, 2016

    Guard Your Health, a health and medical readiness campaign for Guard Soldiers and their families, is launching a 30-day #WarriorReady Challenge to make it easy for Soldiers and families to get fit and stay mission ready.

  • Fort, community support gender equality, recognize women's contributions

    Mar 31, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Fort Huachuca hosted its annual Women's History Month Observance event March 29 at Thunder Mountain Activity Centre and highlighted the trailblazers of gender equality and women's rights.

  • Army debuts new Digital Job Book

    Mar 30, 2016

    The Army's new Digital Job Book that makes it easier for Soldiers and small unit leaders to track training is available on the Army Training Network (ATN) ( The new job book records physical training, weapons qualification, mandatory training, scheduled classes and unit training schedules. It uses data from the Digital Training Management System (DTMS) to replace information recorded on paper job books.

  • New Mexico officials discuss research collaboration with Army

    Mar 29, 2016

    New Mexico state officials visited the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to discuss cooperative agreements March 24.

  • MFLTS Providing Arabic Support to Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment

    Mar 29, 2016

    The Machine Foreign Language Translation System (MFLTS) successfully demonstrated 2-way Speech Translation with foreign language speakers during the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment 2016 (AEWE).

  • Assessing radios that serve as 'mid-tier' in the tactical network at NIE 16.2

    Mar 29, 2016

    The Army plans to assess the capabilities of the mid-tier at Network Integration Evaluation (NIE) 16.2, which runs from May 2-14. To enable mid-tier network connectivity, Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division will use Mid-tier Networking Vehicular Radio (MNVR) systems as they perform Combined Arms Maneuver missions during NIE 16.2, providing valuable feedback that will help the Army enhance its tactical information network.

  • Communication, Teamwork Key to Signal Brigade's Success

    Mar 25, 2016

    Soldiers from the 1st Signal Brigade, along with more than 17,000 U.S. troops completed a 3-week command post and field training exercise March 18. The recent Key Resolve and Foal Eagle exercises mark the largest of their kind in nearly 40 years and allowed soldiers in the 1st Signal brigade to hone their skills while keeping network systems running and secure.

  • Online conduct can have far-reaching effects: Think, Type, Post

    Mar 25, 2016

    The Army spelled out its online discipline policy last year in an "All Army Activities" message defining online misconduct. While the message is primarily of interest to Soldiers, it also has implications for civilians, contractors and family members.

  • Special Ed ConnectionR provided by Army EFMP

    Mar 24, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - Parents and teachers both play an important role in educating students with disabilities. Navigating the complexities of special education laws and procedures can be challenging for all involved. It is important that both parents and teachers have an understanding of federal requirements in every decision.

  • Women have contributed greatly to the U.S. military

    Mar 24, 2016

    We are reminded every day that our nation's freedom and justice is fought for and secured by the heroes of our military. It is the character of many individuals who display an indomitable American Spirit, the one that represents sacrifice, opportunity, and equality; who have committed to making this nation great.

  • Voting assistance workshop set for March 23

    Mar 23, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--A two-hour voting assistance workshop designed to train voting assistance Officers (VAOs) from the installation and individual units will take place at 9 a.m. March 23 in Fitch Auditorium, Alvarado Hall.

  • Training in the Heat: Fact and Fiction

    Mar 21, 2016

    The very nature of our profession as Soldiers -- training outdoors, wearing uniforms and carrying equipment -- practically guarantees we will be exposed to heat stress. The latest data from the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch indicates that in 2014, more than 200 Soldiers suffered from heat stroke and another 1,200 suffered from other less severe forms of heat illness that required medical attention and led to lost duty time. It may be unrealistic to hope for zero heat illnesses, but through proper training, education and preparation we can minimize the number of Soldiers who suffer from a serious or even fatal heat illness.

  • FH Chapel announces Easter, Sunrise services

    Mar 18, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--Installation chapel personnel have set Holy Week and Easter Sunday services on post for March 20-27.

  • CSMS student earns three science fair wins in three years

    Mar 18, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--A Fort Huachuca eighth-grader who does not profess a strong love of science has taken her third win in the Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative's (SSVEC) and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association's Youth Engineering and Science (YES) Fair for the third straight year in a row.

  • Kick Butts Fair teaches youth importance of not smoking

    Mar 18, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--The Child and Youth Services School-Age Center staff held their second anti-smoking fair on March 16, Kick Butts Day. The two-hour carnival was held to promote healthy life choices and to teach children the adverse effects of smoking.

  • Best move possible: Informed advice for PCSing service members

    Mar 14, 2016

    Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command provides valuable information to help make permanent change of station moves more efficient and less stressful.

  • Man's best friend protect the safety of Soldiers

    Mar 11, 2016

    K9 Veterans Day is March 13th. The day is in recognition of the duty and sacrifice that military working dogs perform in service to their country. Camp As Sayliyah has approximately 10 military working dogs that work along their Soldier handlers.

  • Arizona Air Guard member raises her kids and mentors Airmen

    Mar 10, 2016

    Serving in the Air National Guard means something different to everyone. For some, it adds meaning to life. To others, it is a source of honor. For one sheet metal fabrication mechanic assigned to the 161st Air Refueling Wing here, serving provides a sense of purpose outside of normal daily activities.

  • Centennial of the Pancho Villa raid on New Mexican town

    Mar 9, 2016

    On March 9, 1916, the pounding of hooves broke the early-morning silence as mounted riders descended on Columbus, New Mexico.

  • Arizona Army Guardsman takes life one buoy at a time

    Mar 8, 2016

    PHOENIX, Ariz. - She has thought through all the logistics. She has rehearsed how to go from a wetsuit to biking apparel as fast as possible, quickly doffing her goggles and donning biking shoes. She has done this over and over. She has rehearsed the lightning fast change of uniform and gear, tweaking her method over four months of intense training that started back in July under the scorching Arizona sun.

  • USARAF uses talents of rare food, water safety officer

    Mar 7, 2016

    About 65 percent of the human body is made up of water. Having safe water to drink is a basic necessity. On average, a person can survive three days without water before perishing. A close second is having a safe food supply. Again, the average person can survive about three weeks without food. At the brink of dehydration or starvation, a person may try to consume anything to subdue the thirst or hunger. Consuming tainted food is worse than no food. Sure, your stomach is full, however the side effects of ingesting unapproved food or water can be life threatening. Counting on both to be safe not only provides a sense of comfort, it also allows time for activities other than searching for safe food and water. Helping ensure food and water safety for Soldiers working with U.S. Army Africa is the job of Chief Warrant Officer Clayton Davenport.

  • 111th MI Brigade command sergeants major change responsibility

    Mar 7, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- The 111th Military Intelligence Brigade observed the traditional passing of the noncommissioned officer sword from one command sergeant major to another during a change of responsibility ceremony on Chaffee Parade Field March 4.

  • Army aerospace engineer to join APG leadership program

    Mar 4, 2016

    An aerospace engineer with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory will soon be a member of the eighth APG Senior Leadership Cohort.

  • Special Operators' Challenges Call for New Priorities, Officials Say

    Mar 3, 2016

    Expanding global conflicts require new priorities for U.S. special operations forces, the principal deputy assistant secretary for special operations and low-intensity conflict told the House Armed Services Committee's emerging threats and capabilities subcommittee here March 2, 2016.

  • Toolkit improves cybersecurity

    Mar 2, 2016

    The capability will rapidly provide unit commanders and program managers with current, comprehensive information on their cyber posture.

  • CSMS plans to teach nutritious eating, give back through fruit orchard project

    Mar 2, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--In the not too distant future, Colonel Smith Middle School (CSMS) here plans to supplement its meals with nutritious, organic fruit grown on campus, offer free fruit for picking and possibly give back to the military community by providing free bags of the healthful food.

  • ISEC telecommunication specialist is February Civilian of Month

    Mar 2, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--A telecommunications specialist with the U. S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (ISEC) has earned Fort Huachuca Civilian of the Month (CoM) honors for February.

  • Army Emergency Relief Campaign begins 74th year March 1

    Mar 1, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--Fort Huachuca formally opens its 40th Army Emergency Relief (AER) Campaign with a cake-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. March 3 at Army Community Service (ACS), Building 50010.

  • March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

    Mar 1, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- March is designated as Brain Injury Awareness Month to remind people of the serious nature of traumatic brain injuries, increase understanding of potential causes of TBI, list symptoms to watch for, determine when to seek help, and increase awareness of prevention measures.

  • Hiring Our Heroes Program offers potential job opportunities to transitioning Service members

    Feb 29, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--Registration is underway now for a 12-week corporate fellowship program designed for those planning to transition from the military to civilian life and find employment in the private sector.

  • College, riding club bring rodeo to Fort Huachuca

    Feb 29, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--The Directorate of Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation; the Sierra Vista Riding Club; and Cochise College will host the Cochise College Rodeo March 5 and 6 at Wren Arena. Gates open at noon and the rodeo will start at 1 p.m. both days. On March 6, Exceptional Rodeo will start at 10 a.m. at the arena, followed by Cowboy Church at noon.

  • SMA outlines top Army priorities to lawmakers on Capitol Hill

    Feb 26, 2016

    As the Army draws down to 490K Soldiers, many will be looking for civilian careers, and Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey said the service has "invested heavily" in ensuring they are successful.

  • Civilian employees, Soldiers must be cautious of political activity on social media

    Feb 25, 2016

    Reminder about permissible and not permissible election time political activity

  • Army Emergency Relief kicks off 2016 campaign

    Feb 25, 2016

    The Army Emergency Relief cam�paign begins March 1 and runs through May 15, the 2016 campaign theme being "Never Leave a Soldier in Need."

  • Fort Huachuca Army Team Building

    Feb 25, 2016

    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

  • Employement Readiness Program

    Feb 25, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - A Federal Resume class will be held March 8. Space is limited and registration is required.

  • Army Emergency Relief Scholarship available

    Feb 25, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona - The Army Emergency Relief 2016-2017 Scholarship applications are available on-line for submission at the website. Applications will be accepted until 3pm EDT on 1 May 2016.

  • Financial Classes are now available.

    Feb 25, 2016

    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?

  • Staff Sgt. Nunn overcomes flu to become three-time Olympian

    Feb 24, 2016

    Staff Sgt. John Nunn overcame the flu to win the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for the 50-kilometer Race Walk to earn his third Olympic berth with a personal-best time of 4 hours, 3 minutes and 21 seconds on Feb. 21 in Santee, California.

  • Health Professionals focus on Brain Injury Awareness

    Feb 23, 2016

    Symptoms associated with a brain injury are nothing to shrug off, according to medical experts with the Bavaria Health Command.

  • National African American History Month celebrates 40th year

    Feb 23, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Fort Huachuca joined other military installations worldwide in recognizing February as Black History Month with a formal celebration Feb. 18 at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre.

  • Ensure pets, people are protected from rabies

    Feb 23, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Pet owners whose dogs or cats have not had a rabies vaccine should schedule a vet appointment and have animals vaccinated as soon as possible.

  • How NCOs can change a climate and strengthen a squad

    Feb 22, 2016

    Noncommissioned officers have always led from the front, but a new grass-roots initiative empowers them to effect change across the spectrum. Not in My Squad, or NIMS, is an assessment begun in October 2015 by Sgt. Maj. Of the Army Daniel Dailey as part of the campaign to fight sexual assault and harassment, then expanded to the long-term improvement of junior leaders.

  • Winning in a complex world, Foundry Program promotes intelligence readiness

    Feb 22, 2016

    To win in a complex world, Military Intelligence Soldiers must be technically skilled and alert, and thrive in difficult locations with coalition partners and other branches of the U.S. military. Their job -- and ultimately the safety and security of U.S. service members -- relies on having the latest techniques to collect, analyze, exploit and disseminate intelligence for battlefield and theater commanders.

  • Commissaries, Military Saves Week offer ways to stretch hard-earned dollars

    Feb 18, 2016

    Defense Commissary Agency supports Military Saves Week, Feb. 22 -- 27.

  • FH ACS hosts pledge drive as part of Military Saves Week

    Feb 17, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona--As part of Military Saves Week 2016, Feb. 22-27, Fort Huachuca Army Community Service (ACS) is spreading the saving message, urging the community to participate in Military Saves Week and encouraging military Families to take the Military Saves Pledge. Army officials hope to reach their goal of 22,000 new pledges Army-wide during the campaign.

  • 504th's language lab facilitates Intel Soldiers' language proficiency

    Feb 16, 2016

    FORT HOOD, Texas (February 16, 2016) -- Imagine a team of specialized Soldiers atop a mountain, taking positions employing cutting-edge technology to listen to enemy radio communication from the valley below. They are highly-trained professionals, fluent in the local language and equipped with the latest equipment, which allows them to intercept, understand and report critical information to their higher headquarters. For the Soldiers of the 504th Military Intelligence Brigade, the scenario above is not farfetched; in fact, Soldiers develop and improve their language expertise through training provided at the brigade's Language Training Facility. Poised as the "Always Ready" brigade, the 504th's Soldiers cannot be vigilant without the tools and training needed to support a battlefield or theater commander. Linguists are a vital part of the Army's ability to operate and win in a complex world. Without an understanding of foreign language and customs, it would be difficult for Soldiers to understand and succeed in difficult foreign environments.

  • CECOM/C4ISR Pilot Mentor Protégé Program (MPP)

    Feb 16, 2016

    The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) has announced that the start of Fiscal Year 2016 will bring the command a new initiative to its portfolio, the CECOM/Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Pilot Mentor Protégé Program (MPP).

  • Army selects 3-D printed unmanned aircraft systems concept for future experiment

    Feb 16, 2016

    Each year, the U.S. Army conducts a series of technology demonstrations known as the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments, or AEWE. The event is the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command's live, force-on-force experiment.

  • Eight graduate from first-ever MI WOILE class

    Feb 16, 2016

    Fort Huachuca, Arizona -- Eight military intelligence (MI) warrant officers (WO) completed five weeks of training and graduated Feb. 9 from the inaugural MI Warrant Officer Intermediate Level Education (WOILE) Follow-on class, a new program now being offered quarterly for chief warrant officers (CW)3 and new CW4s in the MI field.

  • Diagnostic Tool Garners Award Recognition

    Feb 12, 2016

    A U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) project was recently named by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management of Sciences (INFORMS) as a worldwide finalist for the INFORMS 2016 Franz Edelman Award.

  • 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.

  • Veterans Affairs, DoD and community partners strategize to tackle veteran suicide, 'invisible wounds

    Feb 11, 2016

    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has a new strategy to combat the number of veteran suicides, one that includes reducing the number through social engagement.

  • TRADOC commanding generals says DLIFLC is an example for Army University

    Feb 11, 2016

    The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center welcomed Gen. David Perkins, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Eustis, Virginia, to the Presidio of Monterey, California, Feb. 9.

  • 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.