Units/Tenants (In Alphabetical Order)
The 111th Military Intelligence Brigade conducts initial military training and professional military education preparing officers and Soldiers to lead and execute tactical intelligence operations in large scale combat operations.
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training Battalion Provisional was activated on April 19, 2006 during the transition of authority for Unmanned Aircraft Systems training from the U.S. Army Intelligence Center to the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence. On June 14, 2011, UASTB was designated 2nd Battalion, 13th Aviation Regiment with responsibility for the development and administration of five programs of instruction: Shadow UAS Repairer, Hunter UAS Repairer, UAS Operator Common Core, 1500 UAS Warrant Officer Technician, and UAS Unit Commander and Staff Officer Course.
304th MI Battalion
305th MI Battalion
309th MI Battalion
344th MI Battalion
The 40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB) executes mission command and network communications support to echelons corps and below (ECB) enabling mission command during Unified Land Operations.
The 4th Cavalry Regiment is one of the most famous and most decorated regiments in the United States Army. Since its activation in 1855, the 4th Cavalry has continuously served the United States of America in peace and war. The regiment has fought gallantly in the Indian Wars, the Civil War, the Philippine Insurrection, World War II, Vietnam and the Gulf War. For its wartime service, the 4th Cavalry has been awarded 58 campaign streamers, three Presidential Unit Citations, three Valorous Unit Awards and the French Croix de Guerre with Silver Star.
The Communications Security Logistics Activity (CSLA) is a Weapons System Directorate under the CECOM Logistics and Readiness Center, one of three major centers in the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), MD. The mission of CSLA is to serve as the Army Commodity Manager for all Communications Security (COMSEC) materiel. CSLA is responsible for the acquisition, distribution, and logistics support to all Army users of COMSEC equipment, cryptographic keying material, and other encryption products.
The United States Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC) is located at the foot of the Huachuca Mountains at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
INSCOM executes mission command of operational intelligence and security forces; conducts and synchronizes worldwide multi-discipline and all-source intelligence and security operations; delivers linguist support and intelligence-related advanced skills training, acquisition support, logistics, communications, and other specialized capabilities in support of Army, Joint, and Coalition Commands and the U.S. Intelligence Community.
DoD's Joint Interoperability Certifier and only non-Service Operational Test Agency for Information Technology (IT)/National Security Systems. JITC provides risk based Test, Evaluation & Certification services, tools, and environments to ensure Joint Warfighting IT capabilities are interoperable and support mission needs.
NETCOM 9th Signal Command
Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center (RWBAHC) provides primary care for Soldiers, their families and retirees and their dependents serving about 11,000 patients with world-class healthcare and strives to be the first choice for your healthcare.
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence
On a continuing basis, the IG for USAICoE and FH determines the state of economy, efficiency, discipline, morale, esprit de corps and readiness throughout the command as directed by the Commanding General (CG), identify and recommend solutions to performance inhibitors and provide assistance, on an area basis, to Commanders, Soldiers, military family members, DA and DoD Civilian employees, Retirees, and others who seek help with problems related to the U.S. Army, in order to generate disciplined and combat-ready units and maintain the operational effectiveness of the command.