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Fathers of Military Intelligence 1917-1962
July 1, 2012... In 1962, Maj. Gen. Alav Fitch was able to get the Army to establish the Army Intelligence and Security Branch in recognition of the need for properly trained officers for intelligence duties. This need was initially established forty-five years earlier by Colonels Ralph Van Deman and Dennis...
A Short History of Army Intelligence
July 1, 2012... Introduction On July 1, 2012, the Military Intelligence (MI) Branch turned fifty years old. When it was established in 1962, it was the Army's first new branch since the Transportation Corps had been formed twenty years earlier. Today, it remains one of the youngest of the Army's fifteen...
July 1, 2012... Two extraordinary couples paved the way for the U.S. Army's cryptologic efforts in the 20th century. Their pioneering work influenced American code making and code breaking from before World War I until late in the century. Colonel Parker Hitt (1878-1971) became actively interested in codes...
A Brief History of Training in Army Intelligence
July 1, 2012... Although Soldiers and civilians of the U.S. Army have been conducting Military Intelligence (MI) operations since 1776, training in the field did not occur until the 20th century. For much of the Army's early history, MI training was neglected primarily because officials believed it a task any...
Activation of the MI NCO Academy
July 1, 2012... On July 1, 1987, the Military Intelligence (MI) Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCOA) was activated and established as a new training department within the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School (USAICS) at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Major General Julius Parker, Jr., the Commanding General of...