Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter

Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter

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Yesterday, we said farewell to one of our most dedicated leaders of the Forth Huachuca SAMC chapter. His presence and motivation will be missed by all. He served as a Senior DS for the 309th MI BN and our chapter Treasurer.

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
USAICoE NCO Academy
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
Today we woke up early and conducted our quarterly Highway Clean up. Our chapter welcomed three highly motivated candidates from the 309th Military Intelligence Battalion.

Are you a high caliber NCO? Are you looking to give back to the community? We challenge you to come and be apart of an elite organization of NCOs whose demonstrated performance and inherent leadership qualities and abilities are characterized by those of Sergeant Audie Murphy!

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
USAICoE NCO Academy
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
SSG Frame, filling the ranks and helping his community. A sterling example of not only SAMC members but of the United States Soldier!
Today MSG Caracciolo was promoted to 1SG, taking charge of the most decorated Signal Company in the Army!

The Fort Huachuca Sergeant Audie Murphy Club is very proud to see leaders like her excel!

Are you ready to distinguish yourself? Come and see what SAMC is about, send us a DM for more information.

#YouLeadFromtheFront

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
304th Military Intelligence Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy
NETCOM Headquarters Company
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
The SAMC is about giving back. Check out our clubs Treasurer DS (SFC) Martinez of The 309th and SAMC Candidate SGT Nevarez of HHC NETCOM do some Highway Clean Up!

Come get to know the club! Send us a DM to get in on our next event!

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
NETCOM Headquarters Company
USAICoE NCO Academy
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
This past weekend, The FHAZ SAMC assisted at the Fort Huachuca Memorial Day Service. It’s always an honor to pay respect to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Check it out! The Audie Murphy Memorial in Virginia!
Want to learn a little about our Club? Check out this video.

#YouLeadFromTheFront

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy
Today the our chapter says see you later to two stellar leaders. WO1 Gutierrez and SFC Savoy, thank you for your dedication to the Club!

Are you an elite NCO? Come see what the Club is about, send us a DM for more information.

#YouLeadFromTheFront

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
2-13th Aviation Regiment
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy
Congratulations to the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club inductees. WO1 Gutierrez, SFC Martinez, and SSG Abulefon. These stellar leaders exemplary performance is the absolute embodiment of our club!

Interested in becoming a member? Send us a DM or find one of these leaders around base for more information.

#YouLeadFromTheFront

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
2-13th Aviation Regiment
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy

The Fort Huachuca Chapter of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club

Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month from 1200-1300hrs at the Fort Huachuca MI Library.

Members and Candidates are welcome to attend. Audie Leon Murphy was a legend in his own time. A war hero, movie actor, writer of country and western songs, and poet. His biography read more like fiction than fact. He lived only 46 years, but made a lasting impression on American history. Audie was born on a sharecropper's farm in North Texas on June 20, 1924. As a boy, he chopped cotton for one do

Operating as usual

Photos from Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter's post 10/05/2021

Yesterday, we said farewell to one of our most dedicated leaders of the Forth Huachuca SAMC chapter. His presence and motivation will be missed by all. He served as a Senior DS for the 309th MI BN and our chapter Treasurer.

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
USAICoE NCO Academy
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca

Photos from Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter's post 09/12/2021

Today we woke up early and conducted our quarterly Highway Clean up. Our chapter welcomed three highly motivated candidates from the 309th Military Intelligence Battalion.

Are you a high caliber NCO? Are you looking to give back to the community? We challenge you to come and be apart of an elite organization of NCOs whose demonstrated performance and inherent leadership qualities and abilities are characterized by those of Sergeant Audie Murphy!

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
USAICoE NCO Academy
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca

Timeline Photos 08/27/2021

SSG Frame, filling the ranks and helping his community. A sterling example of not only SAMC members but of the United States Soldier!

#HeroOfTheWeek SSG Jeremy Frame, Superstition Recruiting Station, noticed a severely damaged vehicle in the road while driving home. He immediately stopped so he could push the vehicle out of the road and that’s when he noticed a severely injured driver who had arterial bleeding. SSG Frame immediately removed his shirt and used it as tourniquet until firefighters arrived at the scene and took the victim to the hospital. The man underwent two surgeries and is doing well thanks to SSG Frame’s heroic actions. Thank you for your service! 🇺🇸

#ArmyHero #VictoryStartsHere US Army Recruiting Tempe Company HQ

Photos from Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter's post 08/13/2021

Today MSG Caracciolo was promoted to 1SG, taking charge of the most decorated Signal Company in the Army!

The Fort Huachuca Sergeant Audie Murphy Club is very proud to see leaders like her excel!

Are you ready to distinguish yourself? Come and see what SAMC is about, send us a DM for more information.

#YouLeadFromtheFront

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
304th Military Intelligence Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy
NETCOM Headquarters Company
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca

Photos from Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter's post 06/09/2021

The SAMC is about giving back. Check out our clubs Treasurer DS (SFC) Martinez of The 309th and SAMC Candidate SGT Nevarez of HHC NETCOM do some Highway Clean Up!

Come get to know the club! Send us a DM to get in on our next event!

305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
NETCOM Headquarters Company
USAICoE NCO Academy
U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major
U.S. Army Fort Huachuca

06/04/2021

This past weekend, The FHAZ SAMC assisted at the Fort Huachuca Memorial Day Service. It’s always an honor to pay respect to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Photos from Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter's post 06/04/2021

Check it out! The Audie Murphy Memorial in Virginia!

SAMC Induction Ceremony Video 05/12/2021

SAMC Induction Ceremony Video

Want to learn a little about our Club? Check out this video.

#YouLeadFromTheFront

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy

SAMC Induction Ceremony Video

05/12/2021

Today the our chapter says see you later to two stellar leaders. WO1 Gutierrez and SFC Savoy, thank you for your dedication to the Club!

Are you an elite NCO? Come see what the Club is about, send us a DM for more information.

#YouLeadFromTheFront

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
2-13th Aviation Regiment
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy

Photos from Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Fort Huachuca Chapter's post 05/12/2021

Congratulations to the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club inductees. WO1 Gutierrez, SFC Martinez, and SSG Abulefon. These stellar leaders exemplary performance is the absolute embodiment of our club!

Interested in becoming a member? Send us a DM or find one of these leaders around base for more information.

#YouLeadFromTheFront

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
305th Military Intelligence Battalion
309th Military Intelligence Battalion
2-13th Aviation Regiment
40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
USAICoE NCO Academy

Photos from U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Commanding General's post 03/28/2021

Photos from U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Commanding General's post

03/19/2021
03/14/2021

Hello from the Edge of the Frontier. Tomorrow, Fort Huachuca will start our Army Profession Week to address racism, extremism, and a whole host of other corrosives that negatively impact our Army. I hope our personnel take this opportunity to have meaningful discussions that help identify and eliminate toxic behaviors in our ranks that lead to racism, extremism, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and suicide. These issues have plagued our military and nation for far too long and are not compatible with our Army profession or our values. We have found many of these are related, and we know they deteriorate unit trust and cohesion. I want to be clear, there is no room in our Army for racism, extremism, discrimination, sexual assault, or sexual harassment; not in my Squad, #TIMS. I take this very serious and expect everyone else to as well. I look forward to hearing about your experiences and how we can continue to improve our Army and protect our teammates from these threats.

Speaking of improvement, COVID-19 cases on Fort Huachuca and our surrounding counties continue to trend downward. Our higher headquarters has heard our call for more vaccines and are getting them pushed to us more quickly. I ask everyone to please be prepared to get inoculated when you are eligible to protect our mission, community, family and nation.

General Order #11 went into effect on Friday, March 12, 2021. This latest iteration lessens some of the restrictions on the force as COVID statistics continue to improve, while updating mask wear policies in accordance with the Secretary of Defense and acting Secretary of the Army’s guidance. The major changes are the allowance of in-person dining both on and off post, with the following stipulations: on post is limited to two people per table, except for families dining together; off post is limited to restaurants that adhere to CDC guidelines for social distancing.

The local area has also returned to 250 miles within the state of Arizona and leave and pass approval authority has reverted back to the company/detachment level. Please familiarize yourself with all of the updates within this new General Order.

We anticipate a potential fourth spike of COVID cases with Spring Break activities coming up, so it is important we remain vigilant. We must ensure that we continue to follow our mitigation measures to maintain our low positivity rates and protect our people and mission.

This past week, I enjoyed visiting the commanders and sergeants major who attended the Military Intelligence Pre-Command Course. I have no doubt they are the right people at the right time to command our Intelligence professionals. I know they will build leaders and drive change, which are priorities for us here at Fort Huachuca.

Current commanders from across the State of Arizona convened here the week before last attending the Arizona Commander’s Conference. Leaders from the Department of Defense, government representatives, and academia shared initiatives and improved their relationships and support to our partners.

Activities like these improve our connectedness and communication, which are critical in our joint operating environment. As we move through multi-domain operations, the Joint Chiefs of Staff have made it clear we must be highly capable, joint warfighters. The Arizona Commander’s Conference is a testament to the success we can have when we pull our resources together as a team across the services within our state.

Bringing this Desert 6 Sends back full circle, the final event I’d like to mention was the third iteration of our Military Intelligence Leader’s Forum on Diversity. The Department of the Army G2 and U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command commander led previous sessions in January and February, which helped us define our problem sets in diversity, inclusion, and equality within our Army and Intelligence force. This session focused on how we can take action against the problems, looking at how we mentor, sponsor, and advocate for our young officers of all genders and ethnicities. We discussed the effectiveness of grassroots initiatives, such as our RAPID Program and our RAPID Escape Room. We also discussed our need to work on the retention of our female and minority junior members. I’d like to encourage our Soldiers to reach back to their Alma Maters and recruit the diverse force of the future who will strengthen our formations. I also challenge Soldiers to mentor, sponsor, and advocate for those female and minority junior members, and help us retain their incredible talents. Remember, it takes a team to succeed, and our teams are strengthened by our diversity. Diversity brings different perspectives, different experiences, and different problem solving techniques to make us the absolute best fighting force we can be. I’m looking forward to discussing this further next week during our professional forums. Keep up the good work and thank you for your service.

Stay tuned for the next DESERT 6 SENDS!

#PeopleFirst #MissionAlways #AlwaysOutFront

DESERT 6

U.S. Army Fort Huachuca
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
U.S. Army Combined Arms Center

Driving Change in Suicide Prevention- Lessons Learned 09/25/2020

Driving Change in Suicide Prevention- Lessons Learned

Thank you, CSM Cook, for opening up and leading the change on Suicide Awareness and Prevention!

“Soldiers need to feel comfortable going to leaders and opening up to them without repercussion or judgment. Leaders must feel comfortable getting involved with Soldiers by getting to know personality types, strengths and weaknesses, and family dynamics. These small changes in how we interact could save a life, and there's no telling the impact that one life can have on thousands of others. We can't afford to lose our Soldiers to suicide. Leaders must ask the tough questions about relationships, finances, health, wellness, and depression. Not a single Soldier in today's Army is expected to do it alone. We have help and resources, but we have to do the work.” -CSM Cook

#SuicideAwarenessandPrevention

Driving Change in Suicide Prevention- Lessons Learned Driving Change in Suicide Prevention- Lessons Learned

08/26/2020

Congratulations to SSG Ricardo A. Gutierrez, with the 40th ESB, on being the newest inductee into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club!
Let’s all come together to say congratulations!
We are beyond proud of you!

U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major U.S. Army Fort Huachuca 40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion

07/25/2020

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

This share is right up our alley! Please go check out their page!

Audie Leon Murphy was an Army Veteran and one of the most decorated American combat soldiers of World War II. Murphy was born in 1925 on a north Texas sharecropper farm and as a child was known for his accuracy with a gun. Murphy’s father left the family and as a child, Murphy dropped out of school in fifth grade picked cotton for a dollar a day. Murphy’s mother died when he was only 16, leaving him and his siblings orphaned. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Murphy was determined to join the military and serve in World War II but was rejected by the Army, Navy and Marine Corps for being underweight and underage. In 1942 he enlisted and was accepted into the Army.
After completing basic training at Camp Wolters, Texas and advanced training at Fort Meade, Maryland, Murphy was deployed overseas during World War II. Murphy first served in Casablanca, Morocco with the 15th Infantry Regiment. Though he first served as a platoon messenger, Murphy was quickly promoted to private first class. Murphy went on to serve in Italy, France and Germany, and eventually rose to the rank of first lieutenant. While in combat, Murphy was wounded three times and fought in nine major campaigns across the European Theater.
As one of the most decorated soldiers of World War II, Murphy received every military combat award for valor available from the U.S. Army, as well as awards from France and Belgium. Some of Murphy’s 23 decorations include the Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Purple Heart and Legion of Merit.
Murphy was awarded his first Purple Heart after being wounded in a mortar shell blast on September 15, 1944, in France. He was awarded his first Silver Star after killing four and wounding three Germans stationed at a machine gun position on October 2, 1944, at L'Omet quarry in France’s Cleurie river valley France. Three days later, Murphy crawled towards the Germans at L’Omet quarry by himself while directing his men and enduring German gunfire. His efforts allowed for U.S. forces to capture the quarry and resulted in 15 Germans being killed 35 wounded. These actions earned Murphy a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster for his Silver Star.
The Medal of Honor is the most prestigious military award that can be given U.S. military servicemembers for acts of valor. Murphy received the Medal of Honor for his actions in France in January 1945 at the age of 19. After German forces hit an M10 tank destroyer and set it alight, Murphy, as commander of Company B, ordered his crew to retreat. Murphy remained alone at his post and single-handedly returned fire to German foot soldiers and advancing tanks, killing or wounding 50 Germans. He sustained a leg wound and stopped only after he ran out of ammunition. Murphy rejoined his men, disregarding his injury, and led them back to fight the German forces.
In September 1945, Murphy was discharged from the Army and became an actor and film producer in Hollywood. He acted in 44 films over 21 years. Murphy was also an accomplished songwriter and poet. From 1950 to 1966, Murphy served in the 36th Infantry Division of the Texas National Guard.
Murphy died in May 1971 in a private plane crash and was buried with military honors at Arlington National Cemetery. For his service, numerous places have been named in Murphy’s
honor including the Audie L. Murphy Veterans Memorial Hospital in Texas, Audie Murphy Memorial in Virginia, Audie Murphy Middle School in Texas, Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum in Texas and Audie Murphy Inn in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
We honor his service. #HonoringVets

07/24/2020

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1. SUPPLEMENT TO FISCAL YEAR 2021 (FY21) NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER (NCO) EVALUATION BOARDS, 20 JUL 20. Memo from the Army G-1: Effective with the May 2021 promotion month, the Army will transition to a monthly promotion selection process for all NCO promotions, SGT through SGM. Regardless of the manner in which an NCO was boarded (unit level promotion board, HODA promotion selection board, or a HODA NCO evaluation board), eligibility for all NCO promotion pin-on selections will be as of the last day of the 2nd month prior to the promotion month with a requirement that supporting data transactions (list integration, promotion points) be completed not later than the 26th day of that month. Unit-level promotion boards will be conducted between the 10th and 26th day of the board month starting with the March 2021 board month. Visit the following link for more information.

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