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  • Post celebrates Days of Remembrance with observance ceremony, discussion panels

    Apr 18, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - The Military Equal Opportunity Office in conjunction with the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence hosted the Days of Remembrance Observance April 9, which was preceded by three different discussion panels on post.

  • Post presents SASH Dash, celebrates Month of the Military Child

    Apr 18, 2014

    Fort Huachuca hosted two well-attended events Saturday-- the Sexual Assault Sexual Harassment, or SASH Prevention Dash and the Month of the Military Child celebration, or MOMC.

  • Son of Army retirees is top of his league

    Apr 18, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - When it comes to inheriting traits from military parents, 16-year-old Najee Gaskins takes a Soldier's resilience and applies it to baseball.

  • AAFES making small changes for customer satisfaction

    Apr 18, 2014

    Fort huachuca, Az. - Over the past few months, the Fort Huachuca Army & Air Force Exchange Service, or AAFES, staff has been busy around the fort, making small changes to suit the wants and needs of military consumers.

  • Whistleblower reprisal -- what it is, isn't

    Apr 18, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Many people who observe or learn of wrongdoing are often afraid to report it because they fear that if the word got out, negative action would be taken against them.

  • Paul Revere rides into history, 18 April 1775

    Apr 18, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - These words were penned on the eve of the American Civil War by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his poetic retelling of Paul Revere's "famous" ride. Since then, generations of Americans have considered Paul Revere an icon of Revolutionary War history. However, Paul Revere was not the only rider, (there were two others), and he did not make it all the way to his destination of Concord, but was captured and then let go (without his horse) in Lexington. Longfellow greatly exaggerated Paul Revere's role in this incident. According to the Maine Historical Society's website, the poem "rescued a minor figure of the Revolutionary War from obscurity and made him into a national hero." Why, then, did the Home of Military Intelligence memorialize a barracks after Paul Revere? Who was this man? What did he do for Intelligence?

  • Largest solar array on U.S. military installation to be developed

    Apr 17, 2014

    The U.S. Army announced April 14, 2014, plans to start development of a solar array that will provide about 25 percent of the annual installation electricity requirement of Fort Huachuca, Ariz.

  • Vice Chief to IMCOM: What you do vital to Army

    Apr 17, 2014

    Vice Chief of Staff General John F. Campbell met with senior leaders and some very junior members of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command immediately following IMCOM's change-of-command ceremony, April 8, 2014, at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas.

  • New hands take NETCOM's senior NCO responsibilities

    Apr 17, 2014

    Brig. Gen. John B. Morrison Jr., NETCOM commanding general, symbolically passed the responsibility of the senior enlisted position from Command Sgt. Maj. Earl B. Allen to Command Sgt. Maj. Milton L. Weatherly.

  • Army researchers embrace collaborative communication tools

    Apr 16, 2014

    NATICK, Mass. (April 16, 2014) -- The Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center joined other U.S. Army organizations by implementing Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2 as their collaborative communications platform after rolling it out to the entire workforce last month.

  • Helpline Marks 3 Years of Aiding Sexual Assault Victims

    Apr 16, 2014

    WASHINGTON, April 16, 2014 -- The DOD Safe Helpline -- a crisis-response resource that provides sexual assault victims with an anonymous and confidential system of support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from anywhere in the world -- marks three years of operation this month.

  • Developing viable Army energy projects start to finish is a team effort

    Apr 15, 2014

    How well the Army is executing current projects is vital to securing future funding. When an Army Energy Conservation Investment Program project is complete, it should either be saving energy or generating energy.

  • Cyber Network Defender MOS now open to NCOs

    Apr 14, 2014

    A new military occupational specialty, 25D Cyber Network Defender, is now open to staff sergeants, sergeants first class and master sergeants in the active component, per Military Personnel Message 14-085.

  • April brings focus to sexual assaults

    Apr 14, 2014

    Across the United States, April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the Department of Defense calls on service members to recognize and understand the issue of sexual assault in the military.

  • EPG celebrates 60 years, new small arc structure dedicated

    Apr 11, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - More than 200 people gathered to celebrate the U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground's 60th anniversary during two separate events on Tuesday.

  • Student-to-student program helps FH school resolve conflicts

    Apr 11, 2014

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  • Circus returns to post after more than a decade

    Apr 11, 2014

  • Fort operations will not jeopardize endangered species

    Apr 11, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Army have completed formal consultation regarding the potential effects that Fort Huachuca's operations will have on threatened and endangered species.

  • Field Station Augsburg Established, 14 April 1970

    Apr 11, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - In 1970, the nation's attention was focused on Vietnam. Few took note of the day that a new field station was established just north of Augsburg, Germany, near the village of Gablingen, in the midst of Bavaria. It was one of nearly 20 field stations positioned strategically around the world during the Cold War. The newest Army Security Agency (ASA) fixed site would remain in operation seven days a week, 24 hours a day, until September 1993, after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Soviet Union.

  • TRADOC teams with universities, colleges to conduct SHARP discussions

    Apr 9, 2014

    U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command took a historic step toward eliminating sexual assault and sexual harassment not only in the Army, but in the local community, when the command held its first partnership discussion with local academia at the Fort Eustis Club on Fort Eustis, Va., April 3, 2014.

  • SMA lists 'Top 5' concerns of Soldiers

    Apr 9, 2014

    Possible changes to military retirement ranks as the number-one concern of Soldiers, the Army's top enlisted member told senators during testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee, personnel subcommittee, April 9, 2014, in Washington, D.C.

  • US Army Central fights sexual assault, harassment with new 24-hour center

    Apr 8, 2014

    A new tool in the fight against sexual assault and harassment was unveiled on Camp Arifjan with the ribbon cutting of a 24-hour sexual harassment/assault response and prevention center, April 7.

  • Army uses GIS technology for renewable energy planning

    Apr 8, 2014

    The U.S. Army Environmental Command provides geospatial services for a variety of operations and organizations throughout the Army. Among those are the geospatial analyses and customized mapping support that USAEC contributes to the Energy Initiatives Task Force�'s effort to meet its goal of 25 percent of all energy consumed on Army installations to be from renewable energy sources by 2025.

  • Installation Management Command welcomes new commander

    Apr 8, 2014

    Lt. Gen. David Halverson took command of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command from Lt. Gen. Michael Ferriter during a ceremony April 8, 2014, on MacArthur Parade Field at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

  • Preserving historic legacies, artifacts ensures win

    Apr 7, 2014

    Proactive stewardship of 411 historic buildings and structures, and 663 archaeological sites, some dating back to prehistoric times, gained the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Wainwright recognition as the FY 2013 Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards winner for cultural resources management in the installation category.

  • 522nd MI (CEWI) Battalion passes tactical intelligence test. April 7, 1977

    Apr 4, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Army Intelligence received an extreme makeover in the mid-1970s. Following the end of the conflict in Vietnam, the Army Intelligence field was facing a difficult time of introspection and dwindling resources, compounded by harsh criticism from a review panel ordered by the Chief of Staff.

  • FH National Sexual Assault Awareness Month begins with a walk

    Apr 3, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - The Fort Huachuca community kicked off Sexual Assault Awareness Month with a Walk of Respect at Warrior-Sentinel Field Tuesday, to promote the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention, or SHARP, program awareness and support.

  • Breaking, banging -- Fort Huachuca Special Reaction Team trains in housing

    Apr 3, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Carrying their protective gear, weapons and other necessary equipment, the Fort Huachuca Special Reaction Team, or SRT, barreled their way through doors, windows and gates of a housing structure waiting to be demolished on Mott Circle, during their recent training.

  • April -- Month of Military Child

    Apr 3, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - For after-school and summer entertainment, parents of middle and high school students might consider the Middle School and Teen Program offered at the youth center on Fort Huachuca.

  • Post community runs, walks in Sports, Fitness and Aquatics' 5K

    Apr 3, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Post community runs, walks in Sports, Fitness and Aquatics' 5K

  • Time to emulate volunteers who change Army lives

    Apr 2, 2014

    "Army Volunteers: Changing Lives and Communities" is the U.S. Army's theme for Volunteer Appreciation Week 2014, scheduled for April 6-12, 2014.

  • New Signal Soldiers, Technology to Be Tested During Deployment to Guam

    Apr 2, 2014

    Soldiers from Alpha and Charlie Companies, 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB), are deployed to Guam to conduct a relief in place of Soldiers from Bravo Company, 307th ESB.

  • Morrison takes command of NETCOM

    Apr 2, 2014

    Brig. Gen. Peter A. Gallagher relinquished command of NETCOM to incoming commanding general, Brig. Gen. John B. Morrison Jr.

  • Presidential Proclamation -- National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, 2014

    Apr 1, 2014

    Every April, our Nation comes together to renew our stand against a crime that affronts our basic decency and humanity. Sexual assault threatens every community in America, and we all have a role to play in protecting those we love most -- our mothers and fathers, our husbands and wives, our daughters and sons. During National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, we recommit to ending the outrage of sexual assault, giving survivors the support they need to heal, and building a culture that never tolerates sexual violence.

  • An Army Wife "Doing Her Bit" in World War I, The Story of Genevieve Young Hitt

    Mar 31, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - During Women's History Month, the Army highlights the contributions of women in its ranks. These women certainly should be commended for choosing to serve their country throughout history in times of peace and war.

  • TRADOC welcomes new deputy commanding general

    Mar 31, 2014

    U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command welcomed its newest deputy commanding general and chief of staff as Lt. Gen. Kevin W. Mangum assumed responsibility from Lt. Gen. David D. Halverson during a ceremony at Wylie Theater here March 28.

  • Fort celebrates women of character, courage, commitment

    Mar 28, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - The Women's History Month theme this year is "Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment," honoring the extraordinary and often unrecognized determination and tenacity of women.

  • Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss: What Soldiers, Civilians should know

    Mar 28, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss, or FLIPL, is the procedure the Army uses to recover the cost of lost or damaged property. Under Army Regulation 735-5, financial liability ordinarily will not exceed one month?'s base pay. However, in certain cases, such as the loss of personal arms or equipment, or damage to government housing, a Soldier can be held liable for the entire loss.

  • Kino Men's Ministry assists community, more than just a church group

    Mar 28, 2014

    For a select group of about 30 men, being a part of the Kino Men?'s Ministry is more than just weekly or monthly meetings -- it is worshiping their Lord, enjoying fellowship with their fellow brothers, and serving their community.

  • FH Tax Center still taking appointments

    Mar 28, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - As the deadline for tax season is approaching, the staff at the Fort Huachuca Tax Assistance Center, or TAC, reminds military members, their Families and retirees that appointments are still available through April 17 -- two days after the tax deadline.

  • TRADOC CG to senior NCOs: Paint the big picture

    Mar 26, 2014

    Rounding out his first week as the new commanding general of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Gen. David G. Perkins sat down with command and staff sergeants major at the unit's headquarters here, March 21.

  • Guard, Soldiers fly manned, unmanned aircraft, train together

    Mar 25, 2014

    Initial entry training Soldiers assigned to the 2-13th Aviation Regiment, at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., and Army National Guard members assigned to the 1-285th Armed Reconnaissance Battalion, from Silverbell Army Heliport in Marana, Ariz., have recently combined their training efforts using a concept known as manned/unmanned teaming operations.

  • TBI: RWBAHC personnel offer mild-case treatment program

    Mar 25, 2014

    Traumatic brain injury, or TBI, has been called the "signature wound" of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Injuries the Soldiers receive downrange can originate from improvised explosive devices, rocket-propelled grenades, mortars, gun blasts, accidents and equipment failure. Many military personnel have experienced multiple deployments due to the length of war, translating into multiple exposures to potential TBI events.

  • Fort Photographer takes second in Army contest

    Mar 25, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Fort Huachuca Army spouse Michelle Young, won second place worldwide in the civilian division of the 2013 U.S. Army Digital Photography Contest, people category, for her photo, "Hide & Seek," pictured here. Dennis Maruska, director of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, presented her with a check for $200 from the U.S. Army Family & MWR, a certificate and trophy On March 14 at the Fort Huachuca Arts & Crafts Center.

  • IMCOM leader offers insight, mentoring during Women's History Month

    Mar 25, 2014

    SAN ANTONIO (Mar. 20, 2014) -- Demonstrate your true value by focusing on improvement and doing the hard jobs well, Maj. Gen. Camille Nichols, deputy commanding general and chief of staff, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, said during a panel discussion on women's roles in the U.S. Army -- a mentoring opportunity coinciding with National Women's History Month.

  • Army outlines network modernization priorities

    Mar 24, 2014

    Army chief information officer/G-6 outlined priorities for network modernization as the Army plans for Force 2025, at the Army IT Day hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association in Vienna, Va..

  • LTG Phillip Davidson presides over first MI Officer Advanced Course Graduation at USAICS

    Mar 24, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ- When (then) Major General Phillip Davidson gave the graduation address to the first MI Officer Advanced Course in 1973, he told his attentive audience, "You are among the first military intelligence officers to start out in this field. You're not retreads from other specialties. You will be moving in programs your predecessors only dreamed of."

  • Warrior Citizen tackles competition, saves lives

    Mar 21, 2014

    Knowing how to save a fellow Soldier's life in combat is one thing Sgt. Aaron Cooper is trained to do, and he uses these Army skills daily to save the lives of strangers in Wisconsin.

  • USAMU Soldiers finish one-two in Texas, shoot their way to world championships

    Mar 19, 2014

    Three Soldiers from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) earned a trip to the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Championships at the Spring Selection match this past weekend in Kerrville, Texas. Trap shooters Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Hadden, Spc. Seth Inman and Pvt. Austin Odom shot their way onto the USA Shooting Shotgun Team after four days of intense competition March 13-16.

  • Army celebrates 2 million hours of unmanned aircraft flight

    Mar 19, 2014

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- The Program Executive Office for Aviation with its Project Office for Unmanned Aircraft Systems celebrated a major milestone of surpassing two million hours of flight with the Army�'s fleet of unmanned aircraft systems during a ceremony March 18.

  • TRADOC welcomes new commanding general

    Mar 18, 2014

    Gen. David Perkins assumed command of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command from Gen. Robert Cone, during a change-of-command ceremony at Fort Eustis, Va., March 14, 2014.

  • MISS VIRGINIA HALL

    Mar 17, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Continuing with the theme for 2014's Women's History Month--Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment--this week we honor the courage of Miss Virginia Hall, an American civilian who served with the US Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II. Miss Hall played a significant role in the Allied victory in France while serving in extended perilous undercover activities.

  • Sisters, Brothers in Arms Program to build resiliency

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az- Soldiers and Civilians of all ranks and both genders joined Maj. Gen. Robert Ashley, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca's commanding general, at Murr Community Center March 7, for the first session for Sisters in Arms, a part of the new Sisters and Brothers in Arms Mentorship Program.

  • MVC initial project development complete, Fort's new MVC Community Center opens

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort huachuca, Az. - Soldiers, project leaders, community leaders and Fort Huachuca tenants gathered Tuesday in celebration of the completion of Mountain Vista Communities�' Initial Project Development and the new MVC Community Center�'s grand opening.

  • Installation observes National Prayer Breakfast

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az.- Nearly 400 people filled Thunder Mountain Activity Centre Tuesday to observe the installation's National Prayer Breakfast.

  • EFMP receives exceptional ACS accreditation score

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - The Fort Huachuca Exceptional Family Member Program, or EFMP, recently received a perfect score on their portion of the Department of Defense Army Community Service Accreditation, for meeting all Category I standards and receiving full points for all Category II standards.

  • FH foreign liaison officers visit ISEC, meet senior leaders

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - During a visit to the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command, or ISEC, four foreign liaison officers, FLOs from Germany, France and Korea and assigned to the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca, took a tour of the facilities and enjoyed lunch with Col. Patrick Kerr, ISEC commander, Command Sgt. Maj. Brenda Kadet, ISEC command sergeant major, and their staff, Feb. 26.

  • Team Huachuca exhibits synergy in Lean Six Sigma Class

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort huachuca, AZ. - Team Huachuca delivered on the team concept to students from many organizations on Fort Huachuca, who recently started the Army Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training at the U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground.

  • Soldiers help promote literacy

    Mar 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Soldiers help promote literacy.

  • NETCOM selects 2013 Civilian of the Year

    Mar 14, 2014

    The Network Enterprise Technology Command's Civilian of the Year for 2013 was announced here March 4, during a ceremony in the Greely Hall Auditorium.

  • Tobyhanna lands Gray Eagle Ground Control Station repairs

    Mar 12, 2014

    The Army, Marine Corps, Air Force and Navy have named Tobyhanna the Depot Source of Repair for the Gray Eagle, or MQ-1C, Unmanned Aircraft System Ground Control Stations.

  • Soldier Show cast, crew prepare to 'Stand Strong'

    Mar 12, 2014

    The U.S. Army Installation Management Command has selected 19 cast and 2 crew to deliver the "Stand Strong" theme to garrisons, starting April 11, 2014.

  • 2014 Women's History Month Tri-signed Letter

    Mar 11, 2014

  • 'Armed with Science' pilot episode features defense breakthroughs

    Mar 10, 2014

    The Pentagon Channel's pilot episode of Armed with Science is airing at 9 a.m., 1 p.m., and 5 p.m. (EST), March 10, 2014, and will delve into Army Research Laboratory and Naval Research Laboratory science that shapes the future of defense.

  • Baby your brain: Know the signs of TBI, get plenty of rest and keep an eye out for vision problems

    Feb 28, 2014

    Baby your brain: Know the signs of TBI, get plenty of rest and keep an eye out for vision problems.

  • Tech savvy CSMS students, mentors awarded for winning big

    Feb 28, 2014

    Fort Huacuca, AZ. - Two groups of Colonel Smith Middle School students received recognition for their Science, Technology, Education and Math-based accomplishments during a ceremony Monday in the school gym.

  • Black History Month program packs TMAC

    Feb 28, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Black History Month program packs TMAC

  • Racers give their all during 2nd Sentinel Pursuit

    Feb 28, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Racers give their all during 2nd Sentinel Pursuit.

  • Installation Awards Banquet sets best apart from rest

    Feb 28, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - All who attended Fort Huachuca�'s annual Installation Awards Banquet to recognize the 2013 �"best of the best," Feb. 21, at Thunder Mountain Activity Centre experienced an evening to remember.

  • One million hours in the sky

    Feb 26, 2014

    Members of Division C of the Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. and the Program Executive Office, Intelligence Electronic Warfare and Sensors, celebrated a milestone - one million flight hours with the Persistent Threat Detection System in support of combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Sexual assault victims have 2 reporting options

    Feb 26, 2014

  • Army researchers focus on partnerships

    Feb 25, 2014

    Army researchers, scientists and engineers are collaborating and sharing to leverage limited resources and discover leap-ahead technologies.

  • Cone shares Army focus for Force 2025

    Feb 24, 2014

    The commander of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command mapped out the Army's path forward for attendees of the Association of the United States Army's 2014 Winter Symposium in Huntsville, Ala., as he spoke on Force 2025, Feb. 20, 2014.

  • USAICS flew three OV-1D Mohawks to South Korea, February 1977

    Feb 24, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - In late February 1977, three aviators from the Maintenance Aviation Division, USAICS, left Fort Huachuca on a mission to fly three OV-1D Mohawks to Kadena Air Force Base, South Korea. From their first stop at the Grumman Plant at Stewart, Florida, to their final destination in South Korea, they spent approximately three weeks flying half-way around the world through more than 16 countries, plus crossing the Atlantic Ocean. While this trip was a first for the US Army, the OV-1 Mohawk had been a workhorse in the Army inventory for years.

  • Army.mil team builds 'Valor 24' Medal of Honor microsite

    Feb 21, 2014

    In January 2013, under a "close-hold" mandate, the crew responsible for developing the Army.mil website was told that President Barack Obama planned to award Medals of Honor to 24 Soldiers, living and deceased, who had served in World War II, Korea or Vietnam.

  • Housing construction still underway, residents use caution

    Feb 21, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - As Mountain Vista Communities, or MVC, reaches the end of the initial five-year development plan on Fort Huachuca, they are finishing up the last part of construction around post, in the next few months.

  • Smith Middle School technology students win �'Best in State�' title

    Feb 21, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - Buena High School students enrolled in language courses attended a 30-minute cryptologic linguist presentation Feb. 12 taught by Soldiers with a foreign language military occupational specialty, or MOS.

  • Spartan Race makes Soldiers stronger

    Feb 21, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, Az. - A group of Soldiers from U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, NETCOM, participated in a grueling obstacle course on Feb. 9, at the Fort McDowell Rodeo Grounds at Fort McDowell, four hours north of Fort Huachuca.

  • Army Band in demand

    Feb 21, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - The Military Intelligence Corps Band, or MI Corps Band, is the only active duty band in Arizona, and they are highly requested for military ceremonies and community events.

  • Soldiers, civilians train together, commit to protecting each other's backs

    Feb 20, 2014

    In Sexual Harassment/Assault Response Prevention training courses, there is one overall message that should reach participants -- that sexual assault and sexual harassment are wrong and will not be tolerated.

  • Kuwaitis recount liberation, work with U.S. Military

    Feb 20, 2014

    Matthew H. Tueller, the U.S. ambassador to Kuwait, welcomes attendees of to an event on Feb. 18 in Kuwait City, Kuwait commemorating the 1991 liberation of Kuwait. The event was held for Kuwaiti students enrolled in the English Access Microscholarship Program, a two-year English language program, which is designed for Kuwaiti school children between 13 and 15 years old. (Photo by Sgt. Adam C. Keith, U.S. Army Central)

  • Military training helps Soldier-athletes conquer luge challenges

    Feb 19, 2014

    U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program Olympians Utah National Guard Sgt. Preston Griffall and Sgt. Matt Mortensen attribute their readiness and resilience in the sport of luge to characteristics of teamwork and trust derived from military training.

  • Technology demonstrations highlight synergy

    Feb 19, 2014

    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. (Feb. 19, 2014) -- Over the past 10 years, the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command has been striving to strengthen partnerships and collaborations to develop cutting edge technology for Soldiers.

  • About 2,850 Guard members assist during Winter Storm Pax

    Feb 18, 2014

    About 2,850 Soldiers and Airmen were on duty in nine states and the District of Columbia, assisting stranded motorists, pulling semi-trailers out of ditches with heavy-duty wreckers, transporting law enforcement and firefighting personnel, in the wake of Winter Storm Pax.

  • Former Soldier wins Olympic bobsled bronze

    Feb 18, 2014

    Former U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program bobsledder Steven Holcomb and Team USA civilian brakeman Steve Langton became the first U.S. athletes in 62 years to win a two-man bobsled Olympic medal by taking the bronze at Sanki Sliding Center in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia, Feb. 17, 2014.

  • Army launches eight-week SHARP pilot training program

    Feb 18, 2014

    The Army has launched a new Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention pilot program to enhance training for sexual assault response coordinators (SARCs), victim advocates (VAs) and instructors.

  • Army Corps promotes STEM careers for National Engineers Week

    Feb 18, 2014

    Why should American students care about pursuing engineering careers? Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are communicating the answer to students throughout the year-and especially during National Engineers Week, which runs this year from Feb. 16 through Feb. 22.

  • Soldier presents Active Shooter Response, Mitigation Training

    Feb 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - Sgt. 1st Class Craig Hannum, detachment sergeant, 18th Military Police Detachment, likes to give a disclaimer during Active Shooter Response and Mitigation training -- he is not here to create world peace or to solve terrorism, stop the drug problem or rewrite well-established safety regulations. It's comments like these that have kept training participants engaged and the presentation going since September 2009.

  • Senior NCO relinquishes responsibility one day, assumes it again next

    Feb 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - Command Sgt. Maj. James Ramsey, outgoing 111th Military Intelligence Brigade command sergeant major, relinquished responsibility in a ceremony at Chaffee Parade Field Monday and assumed responsibility again Tuesday as the incoming Fort Huachuca Garrison command sergeant major.

  • IMCOM Presidents' Day Message 2014

    Feb 14, 2014

  • CDC earns national NAEYC accreditation for programs

    Feb 14, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - The Fort Huachuca Child Development Programs, the New Beginnings and Expanding Horizons Child Development Center and the Part Day Strong Beginnings Program located in the School Age Center, received notification that they earned the National Association for the Education of Young Children, or NAEYC, accreditation Jan. 24.

  • Smith Middle School technology students win 'Best in State' title

    Feb 14, 2014

    Colonel Smith Middle School put its Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM curriculum to the test to enter Verizon's second annual Innovative App Challenge.

  • Take charge of heart health today, this month

    Feb 14, 2014

    Fort Huachucca, Az. - Today is Valentine's Day, when many people give chocolates in heart shaped containers to those they care about. A lesser-known event associated with a certain type of diet and the heart is National Heart Month which we celebrate each February.

  • Remembering the early years of counterintelligence, 22 February 1918

    Feb 14, 2014

    When Major (later Major General) Ralph Van Deman finally succeeded in setting up the Military Intelligence Division, or MID, in 1917, he was particularly concerned about the country's weakness in counterintelligence.

  • Georgia Army, Air Guardsmen help Augusta residents in wake of Winter Storm Pax

    Feb 13, 2014

    Georgia Army and Air National Guardsmen joined forces in Augusta to assist local responders during Winter Storm Pax. More than 80 Georgia Air National Guardsmen from Savannah's 165th Air Support Operations Squadron joined Army National Guardsmen of the 878th Engineering Battalion in a cooperative effort.

  • Army recognizes innovative environmental practices, partnerships

    Feb 10, 2014

    One ammunition plant, three installations, and three environmental teams recognized for their outstanding environmental and sustainability program achievements with Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards for fiscal year 2013. The Secretary of the Army Environmental Awards represent the highest honor in the field of environmental science and sustainability conferred by the Army.

  • Wounded Warriors set sights on Sochi gold

    Feb 10, 2014

    Three wounded warriors who recovered at Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, are aiming to glide to gold in Sochi, Russia, next month.

  • Soldiers see Russian history at Sochi Opening Ceremony

    Feb 9, 2014

    Soldiers from the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program and Army National Guard witnessed a dazzling exhibition of Russian history during the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Feb. 7, 2014, in Sochi, Russia.

  • Col. George H. Sharpe appointed Army of the Potomac's intelligence chief, Feb. 11, 1863

    Feb 7, 2014

    During the first two bloody days of fighting in the decisive battle of Gettysburg, General Robert E. Lee's Confederate forces battered General George G. Meade's Army of the Potomac. Shortly after nightfall on the second day, General Meade assembled a Council of War. The primary question was whether the Army of the Potomac should remain at Gettysburg or fall back to a position closer to its supply base. After little debate, Meade and his Corps commanders unanimously agreed to stay and fight a defensive action the third day. The result was both a tactical victory, as an exhausted Confederate army retreated from Union territory and a strategic victory as it renewed northern support for continuing the war.

  • CSMS CyberPatriots take third place in national semifinal competition

    Feb 6, 2014

    Fort Huachuca, AZ. - The Colonel Smith Middle School CyberPatriots, a seven-student cyber security team, competed in the Air Force Association�'s CyberPatriot Middle School Cyber Education Program and finished third in the National Semifinals, which were held at Cochise College, Jan. 17.

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