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Newly assigned enlisted Soldiers should to 4 p. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and noon to 4 p. HSO's focus is assistance with off-post hous- assigned, during or after duty hours. Please see "Where to Report for ing needs; phone number is Personnel arriving after duty Sign-in" chart.
They should report to their assigned unit the following day. Monday through Friday; phone number is after arrival. Pre-arrival coordination with the G-3 Reserve Support Office can be done by calling during duty hours or after duty hours.
Community Center, Building , at 7: Questions regarding installation access, call: Riley Barracks, Building Building th MI BN Nicholson Hall, Building Prosser Barracks, Building Wilson Barracks, Building Greely Hall, Building , Suite Call ; leave a voice mail All Others Drivers who establish residency vehicle inspection and road tests, arrive before Individuals who place a child in school, pur- in the state are required to hold an Arizona 3 p.
Military family members who CDL written tests and road tests, call for required to register their vehicles in Arizona. Tuesday; and Although nonresident military personnel obtain an Arizona driver's license.
The cost motorcycle road tests, 9 to 11 a. Those apply- vehicles in Arizona. Those who surrender a valid 16 years old. Minors must have proof of birth able at the Military Police Station, by present- out-of-state license usually need only take and parental signatures. Additional informa- ing their latest leave and earnings statement an eye examination. Those with an expired tion can be obtained on the Arizona Depart- DA Form , vehicle registration and license of more than 12 months must take a ment of Transportation website at www.
Class B driver's test and a written examination. In addition to the proof of ownership, the previous registra- tion, if any, must be presented. At the time of registration, a vehicle identification inspection is made.
The old license plates will be surren- dered upon request. The cost for vehicle resi- dent registration in Arizona is computed from a factory list price, prorated to the year of first registration. Charleston Road in Sierra Vista.
The center is open 8 a. Monday through Friday, excluding fed- On-post family housing consists of one- and two-story, single-family eral holidays. The phone number is The waiting and duplex-style homes. Some homes on post date from and are time for assignment to on-post housing varies by eligibility date, part of the old Calvary Fort, now listed as state and national historic rank and bedroom requirements.
Many families buy or rent housing in nearby private communities. The HSO is staffed with government employees to provide relocation assis- Family Housing -- Mountain Vista Communities tance to Soldiers and Families in locating suitable private housing. You On April 1, , Fort Huachuca family housing became privatized will be provided with information regarding available, affordable and under RCI.
MMH manages, maintains and renovates the 1, priva- appropriate apartments and homes. The program's goal is to has experience with the local rental market, and can help with your provide safe, quality and attractive residential housing to enhance the off-post housing needs. For more information, contact the staff of the quality of life for military families. They can be reached at , MVC the As an on-post resident, you may attend free monthly community mailto: MMH has been organized and resourced to be a long- events, enter to win great prizes and apply for an annual scholarship term partner with the Army through the Residential Communities Office.
Fifty-eight scholarships have been awarded to Fort Huachuca change of station orders before they can apply for on-post housing. Visit the web- Huachuca on-post homes are available to military members, from all site at https: We encour- the on-post family housing office MVC , where they are greeted age you to share your questions, comments and suggestions.
We look by a team of professionally trained housing specialists. Hours forward to serving you and your family. Swimming, lifeguard, Guardstart and other Building The program provides education, prevention, short- aquatic classes are available.
They offer a full line of CPR and first aid term counseling and biochemical testing services. Baby sitters' training and other families of each group. The education and prevention services are for children's courses are also available. It also provides newcomer The American Red Cross has volunteer opportunities available that briefings to military and civilian personnel. Specialized training and range from doing work in the local office, being on a local disaster other services, such as employee assistance, suicide prevention, risk team or helping teach classes in CPR and first aid.
Volunteers on Fort reduction, substance abuse education and drug testing certification and Huachuca also work at the health center and assist with blood drives. The American Red Cross serving Fort Huachuca and the southern Counseling services provided by employee assistance include screen- Arizona area is in Tucson and is open 8 a.
Monday through ing, referral, short-term counseling and follow-up services to employ- Friday. For more information, call Services are confidential except when otherwise limited by American Southwest Credit Union law or regulation. Information on individuals in the program is pro- The American Southwest Credit Union offers its members a variety tected by federal policies on confidentiality. For more information, call of financial services, including regular share accounts, share certificate Members may lished a new toll-free number for active-duty military members need- take advantage of direct deposits, payroll deduction, and low-cost ACH ing emergency communication services.
Active-duty military members and wire services. Membership is open to everyone on Fort Huachuca, and their family members residing in the same household should call including residents of Cochise, Santa Cruz and southeastern Pima to reach the American Red Cross Emergency Communi- counties.
Contact a member service representative at any of the credit cations Center. The American Red Cross Emergency Communications union's seven branch locations for other account information. Center, with the help of its military partners, is responsible for deliver- The American Southwest Credit Union is in Building , off Smith ing emergency messages to military men and women around the world. Avenue at the traffic circle. Monday through are aimed at education in the prevention of Employment assistance is provided to eli- Friday.
Call for more informa- child and spouse abuse and are presented to gible personnel in finding public and private tion. The main office has hours 9 a. Saturday and is at E. For more information, call Soldiers with security issues. Information on resources to solve problems affecting the or toll free Visit the website at consumer affairs, as well as financial plan- morale and well-being of members of the mili- http: It assists with consumer complaints, check- Armed Forces Bank book and budget management, and debt liq- Army Emergency Relief Armed Forces Bank operates two full-service uidation.
The main bank consumer awareness classes. Monday through is designed to make transition into our com- AER was organized during the early part of Friday. The Exchange branch, inside the main munity an easier, more pleasant experience. World War II by popular demand.
Army mem- PX, is open daily and most major holidays. The RRP provides numerous resources, infor- bers sought an agency of their own to which Hours of operation are the same hours as the mation and classes for the Soldier and Family they could turn for assistance in emergencies. Re-entry Accordingly, AER was organized to collect, Armed Forces Bank, a national bank, spe- briefs are offered at the weekly in-processing hold and disburse funds for this purpose.
Its cializes in military banking and has served briefings. Customers can bank worldwide by counseling and gaining installation infor- both active and retired members of the mili- phone, internet, mail and ATM. This nonprofit organi- vides easy and affordable access to its services assistance, sponsorship requests and over- zation achieves this ongoing mission with the through toll-free customer service numbers, seas orientations.
For more information, call generous donations made throughout the year online banking and major ATM networks. Soldiers on extended active duty and their Armed Forces Bank offers a variety of ser- The inventory includes cookware, dinner- dependents, and Reserve component Sol- vices, including free checking, classic checking, ware, small kitchen appliances and infant diers Army National Guard and U.
Achebe, Chinua Internationally celebrated Nigerian author, statesman and dissident Ackerman, Arlene Former Philadelphia schools superintendent Adams, Edie Tony-award-winning actress played the television foil to her husband, Ernie Kovacs Adams, Jay Pioneering skateboarder Adams, Richard Gay marriage activist Adams, Richard English novelist wrote classic works including "Watership Down" Adenhart, Nick Angels rookie pitcher killed in hit-and-run crash Adler, Richard Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Adulyadej, Bhumibol King of Thailand was the world's longest-reigning monarch Aghayan, Ray Emmy-winning costume designer Agnew, Harold Former Los Alamos director Agnew, John "Jack" An original member of a U.
Army unit that loosely inspired "The Dirty Dozen" Aguayo Ramirez, Pedro Mexico 'lucha libre' wrestler Aguilar, Antonio Recorded more than albums and appeared in films Aherne, Caroline English comedian, actress and writer Ailes, Roger Ex-Fox News chief built company into a powerhouse Akerfelds, Darrel San Diego Padres bullpen coach Akerman, Chantal Belgian director and pioneering filmmaker Akhmadulina, Bella Critically-acclaimed Russian poet who often challenged Soviet authorities Albert, Eddie The actor best known as the constantly befuddled city slicker-turned-farmer in television's "Green Acres" Alberto, Eliseo Cuban-born writer living in exile in Mexico Albrecht, Gerd German orchestra conductor Albrecht, Karl Aldi supermarket co-founder Alexander, Keith One of the few black managers in English football Alfonsin, Raul Argentine president who guided his country's return to democracy Ali, Muhammad Boxing legend and cultural icon Aliker, Pierre Caribbean politician from Martinique Allain, Bill Former Mississippi Governor One of Washington's most influential men Allegretti, Cosmo 'Captain Kangaroo' puppeteer Allen, Dede Pioneering film editor of "Bonnie and Clyde" and many others Aloni, Shulamit Israeli civil rights pioneer Alou, Matty National League batting champion Altman, Robert Made a career out of bucking Hollywood management and story conventions Altman, Sophie Television producer created the long-running quiz show ''It's Academic'' Alvarado Munoz, Maria Honduran beauty queen Amaro, Ruben Gold Glove-winning former Phillies shortstop Amendariz, Pedro Mexican character actor Ames, Joe Deep-voiced anchor and eldest member of the s hit singing group the Ames Brothers Amphlett, Chrissy Lead singer of the Australian rock band Divinyls Andersen, Hjalmar Norwegian speedskater took gold at Winter Olympics Anderson, Alex Creator of Rocky the flying squirrel and Bullwinkle the moose Anderson, Bob Olympic fencer and movie sword master Anderson, Gerry Creator of the "Thunderbirds" and puppetry pioneer Anderson, Lynn Chart-topping country music singer Andreotti, Giulio Italy's former seven-time premier Andrews, Lee Father of the Roots' Questlove sang lead with his s doo-wop group Andrews, Patty Last survivor of the three singing Andrews Sisters Andujar, Joaquin Star pitcher with the St.
Louis Cardinals in the s Anema, Jasmina Brave six-year-old leukemia patient who captured the hearts of many Angelopoulos, Theo Award-winning Greek filmmaker Angelou, Maya Pulitzer Prize-winning author and poet Anthony, Charles Tenor who set record for most appearances at the Metropolitan Opera Anthony, Polly Former Epic Records president Aoki, Rocky Founder of Benihana steakhouses also competed in the Olympics Aquino, Corazon Former Philippines President swept away a dictator and sustained democracy Aragon, Art Boxing's original "Golden Boy" was one of the sports' biggest stars of the s and s Arbus, Allan Wisecracking psychiatrist Dr.
Sidney Freedman on TV's "M. Archer, Lee Pilot considered the only ace Tuskegee Airman Archerd, Army Daily Variety columnist kept tabs on Hollywood for more than a half-century Arguelles, Jose Teachings about the Mayan calendar inspired the harmonic convergence event of Armenteros, Alfredo "Chocolate" Cuban trumpet legend Armstrong, Neil First person on the moon Arness, James Actor played U.
Marshal Matt Dillon on "Gunsmoke" for two decades Arnold, Eve World-traveling photojournalist Arnsparger, Bill Assistant coach who helped lead the Dolphin's to two championships Arpino, Gerald Co-founder of the Joffrey Ballet was a dancer and choreographer Arriola, Gus Ground-breaking cartoonist and animator Arroyo, Joe Colombian salsa singer Asheton, Ron Punk rock guitarist of The Stooges Asheton, Scott Drummer for the Stooges Askew, Reubin Former Florida governor Aslanis, Michalis Prominent Greek fashion designer Attenborough, Richard Actor and Oscar-winning director Aubrac, Raymond One of the last major figures of the French Resistance Audigier, Christian French-born U.
Austin, Debi Famously smoked a cigarette through hole in throat for anti-smoking ad Avalanche Victims, Italy Hotel At least 2 people dead after quakes rock region Avedon, Richard The revolutionary photographer who redefined fashion photography as an art form Avezzano, Joe Former Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Axgil, Axel Gay rights pioneer Backus, John Whose development of the Fortran programming language paved the way for modern software Bacon, Charlotte Bacon, James Columnist to the stars Bacon, Kenneth Pentagon spokesman in the Clinton administration Badillo, Herman First Puerto Rico-born congressman Baer, Ralph Video game pioneer Bagapsh, Sergei The leader of Abkhazia Bahr, Walter Last surviving member of the U.
Bailey, Trevor Former England cricketer Bainbridge, Beryl Acclaimed British novelist Baird, Dale The winningest thoroughbred trainer with more than 9, victories Baldrige, Letitia White House social secretary during the Kennedy administration Balet, Estelle Swiss snowboarder was two-time world champ Author of "Empire of the Sun" and "Crash" had dark, distinctive vision Houston entrepreneur best known for inventing the Weed Eater Ballenger, Cass Nine-term U.
Ballesteros, Seve Spanish golf great Bampton, Rose Soprano who performed 18 seasons at the Metropolitan Opera Banks, Iain Scottish writer wowed and disturbed readers Bankston, Caleb Former "Survivor" contestant Baraka, Amiri Activist poet-playwright Baran, Paul His work on data packaging was important step in Internet development Barbieri, Gato Grammy-winning Latin Jazz saxophonist Barbour, Ross Last original member of s harmonizing group the Four Freshmen Barfoot, Van Thomas Made headlines for his fight to fly U.
Barr, Terry Former Lions defensive back and later receiver Barrett, George Tennessee civil rights attorney Barrett, Syd Troubled genius co-founded Pink Floyd Barry, Effi District of Columbia's stoic former first lady Barry, Marion Former Washington, D. Barry, Patricia Veteran soap opera actress Barrymore, Jessica Half-sister of Drew Barrymore Barrymore, John Drew The sometimes troubled heir to an acting dynasty Barton, Ray Creator of Minnesota Twins logo Bassiouni, Mohammed Former Egyptian ambassador to Israel Czech shoemaker's company survived communist takeover and flourished in Canada Bates, Berke Trooper died in helicopter crash at white nationalist rally in Charlottesville..
Bates, Bill Alabama's turkey man Batiste, Lionel Treme Brass Band singer Batman, Daniel Former Olympic sprinter from Australia Batten, Frank Newspaper exec and Weather Channel founder built a communications empire Baudrillard, Jean Social theorist known for his acerbic commentaries on consumerism and excess Bay, Frances Actress known to "Seinfeld" fans as the lady who fought over a loaf of bread Beara, Vladimir Former goalkeeping great Becher, Barry Infomercial pioneer best known for creating Ginsu Knives ads Beck, Hans German toymaker created the plastic Playmobil figures that gained worldwide popularity Beck, Rod Relief pitcher who wore a bushy mustache while earning career saves Becker, Walter Steely Dan Guitarist Beene, Geoffrey The award-winning designer whose simple, classic styles for men and women put him at the forefront of American fashion Begum, Shamshad Legendary Indian singer Belden, Bob Grammy-winning jazz musician and composer Belfour, Robert Mississippi-born blues musician from Memphis Belgrave, Marcus Famed Detroit jazz trumpeter Beliveau, Jean Legendary captain of Montreal Canadiens Bell, Daniel Leading sociologist who wrote groundbreaking books Founder of the Taco Bell fast-food chain Bell, Wally MLB umpire Bellamy, Walt Hall of Fame center Belli, Remo Founded the legendary drum manufacturer Remo Inc.
Bellson, Louie Big band and jazz drummer whose career spanned six decades Belov, Vasily Russian writer Benaud, Richie Benchley, Peter Whose novel "Jaws" made millions think twice about stepping into the water Bender, Frank Artist whose forensic sculptures helped capture criminals and identify victims Bendjedid, Chadli Former president of Algeria Bendjelloul, Malik 'Searching for Sugar Man' director Benenson, Peter Who founded Amnesty International more than four decades ago Bennett, Bob Republican from Utah served 18 years in U.
Bennett, Brooke Missing Vermont girl found dead Bennett, Estelle Member of The Ronettes Bennett, Richard Rodney British composer, pianist and arranger Bennett, Robert Served 18 years as a U. Bentsen, Lloyd Texan served in Congress for 28 years and as President Clinton's first treasury secretary Berenstain, Stan Who with his wife created the popular children's books about a loving furry family called the Berenstain Bears Bergen, Polly Actress starred in 'Cape Fear' Berger, Sandy Former U.
Bergesch, Bill Former Cincinnati Reds general manager Bergman, Ingmar Iconoclastic filmmaker widely regarded as one of the great masters of modern cinema Bergonzi, Carlo Italian tenor Berle, Milton The acerbic, cigar-smoking vaudevillian who eagerly embraced a new medium Berns, Sam Struggled with rare genetic condition Bernstein, Harry Published his first book at age Berra, Carmen Wife of Yogi Berra Berrigan, Daniel Jesuit priest helped shape the course of the s anti-war movement Bertrand, Marcheline Actress and mother of Angelina Jolie Best, George One of the most dazzling players in soccer history Betbeze Fox, Yolande Miss America helped change beauty pageants Bey, Turhan Actor whose exotic good looks earned him the nickname of "Turkish Delight" Biggers, William Watts Co-creator of the cartoon "Underdog" Biggs, Barton Former Morgan Stanley strategist warned of dot-com crash Bikel, Theodore Actor and singer known for "Fiddler on the Roof" Bilk, Acker Legendary jazz clarinetist Billey, Wilfred Navajo Code Talker whose words are inscribed on congressional medals Binchy, Maeve Beloved Irish novelist Bisher, Furman Famed Georgia sportswriter Bishop, Joey Comedian was the Rat Pack's last surviving member Bivins, Jimmy Hall of Fame boxer Black, Cilla Legendary TV presenter and singing star Black, Karen Actress appeared in more than movies Astrologer whose forecasts were read in newspapers across the world Blah, Moses Served as Liberia's president for two months Bland, Bobby "Blue" Distinguished singer known as the "the Sinatra of the blues" Blank, Les Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Blankley, Tony Conservative author and commentator Blatnick, Jeff Olympic gold medal wrestler Blazonczyk, Eddie Grammy Award-winning polka great Blegvad, Erik Children's book artist Bleuel, Amy Advocate founded the suicide prevention initiative Project Semicolon Bley, Paul Canadian-born U.
Bloomingdale, Betsy Fashion icon was known for her philanthropy Blosil, Michael year-old son of entertainer Marie Osmond Blount, Lisa Actor and Academy Award winning filmmaker Blue, Forrest Four-time Pro Bowl center Shared the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the hepatitis B virus Bobek, Stjepan Yugoslav football legend Boerwinkle, Tom Former Chicago Bulls center Boggs, Grace Lee Longtime labor, civil rights activist Boggs, Lindy Former Louisiana Congresswoman Boggs, Thomas Hale Powerful Washington lobbyist and son of congressional royalty Bogle, Bob Lead guitarist and co-founder of the rock band The Ventures Bohley, Baerbel Prominent pro-democracy figure in former East Germany Bombing Victims, Brussels, Belgium, At least 23 people are dead after three explosions Bombing Victims, Kabul At least 28 killed in Afghanistan explosion Bond, Julian Lifelong civil rights activist Bond, Michael English children's author created the beloved Paddington Bear Bonds, Bobby One of the first major leaguers to blend home-run power with base-stealing speed Bonds, Judy Environmental activist was a vocal critic of mountaintop removal coal mining Bonfils, Kan Actor appeared in 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace' Boogaard, Derek One of hockey's most-feared enforcers One of the first black military aviators known as the Tuskegee Airmen Booth, Adrian Film actress also threw pies with the Three Stooges Boothe, Powers Emmy-winning actor excelled in villain roles Borbon, Pedro Baseball player pitched 10 years for the Cincinnati Reds Borgnine, Ernest Screen star won the best-actor Oscar in Borislow, Dan The inventor of magicJack Famously unsuccessful Supreme Court nominee Boros, Steve Played a key role in one of baseball's most thrilling World Series moments Bose, Amar Founder and chairman of audio technology company Bose Corp Boston, Bernie Newspaper photographer best known for his iconic s picture of a Vietnam War protester Bottoms, Sam Actor had a small but memorable role in the s classic "Apocalypse Now" Bouchard, Emile Longtime Montreal Canadiens captain Boulez, Pierre World-renowned French classical music conductor Former Indiana Governor and U.
Health and Human Services Secretary Bowie, David Legendary British singer and boundary-breaking musician Bowman, Christopher Former U. The first black managing editor of The New York Times Boyle, Patricia Former federal judge Boynton Robinson, Amelia U.
Brady, James Former White House press secretary Brady, Sarah Kemp Gun control activist Author penned novel "To Sir, With Love" that became a movie Brancheau, Dawn SeaWorld trainer killed by a whale Fredric Pioneering dermatologist, author and early proponent of Botox Brandt, Margit Fashion icon led international breakthroughs for Danish designs Branton, Leo Lawyer helped radical Angela Davis win sensational murder case Navy diver, portrayed in the film ''Men of Honor" Brasse, Wilhelm Auschwitz prisoner and photographer Brazda, Rudolf Last surviving person interned by Nazis because of his homosexuality Brecker, Michael Versatile and influential tenor saxophonist won 11 Grammys Breed, MC Michigan rapper burst onto the national scene in Breen, Bobby Former child star best known in the s Breitbart, Andrew Conservative media publisher and activist Brennan, Eileen Actress starred in "Private Benjamin" Brenner, David Comedian, actor, author Briban, Roxana Romanian opera singer Bridges, Dorothy Matriarch of the acting family that includes sons Jeff and Beau Brillstein, Bernie Veteran Hollywood manager, producer and power broker Brinker, Norman Restaurant mogul who built casual dining empire Brinkman, Eddie Record-setting shortstop had a year career in the majors and coached the White Sox Broder, David Pulitzer Prize-winning political reporter and columnist Brodeur, Denis Father of star goalie Martin Brodeur Pioneering Jewish feminist writer Bronson, Charles Grim-faced tough guy made his mark with action films like the "Death Wish" series Brooks, Cedric Influential roots reggae musician Brooks, Herb Former Olympic hockey coach led U.
Brooks, Martin Actor who played Dr. Brothers, Jim Kansas sculptor, whose works are at historical monuments around the country Brothers, Joyce Pop psychologist pioneered the television advice show Brotman, Jeff Costco chairman co-founded the warehouse retailer Browder, Kalief Teen who was jailed 3 years without trial, then freed Brown, Bonnie Member of country music vocal group the Browns Brown, Chris All-Star third baseman played six seasons in the majors in the s Brown, Chuck Musician widely acclaimed as the "Godfather of go-go" Brown, Cynthia Human Rights Watch activist Brown, Eric British pilot who flew more types of airplanes than anyone else in history Brown, Errol Hot Chocolate singer Brown, Gates Former Tigers outfielder Brown, Helen Gurley Legendary editor of Cosmopolitan magazine Brown, James The dynamic, pompadoured "Godfather of Soul" General manager helped Pittsburgh Pirates win 2 World Series titles Brown, Linda Student in the landmark Brown v.
Board of Education U. Brown, Marcia Award-winning children's book illustrator Brown, Michael Teenager was fatally shot by a police officer Brown, Nappy Blues singer climbed the Billboard charts with his gospel-influenced style Brown, Ruth Whose recordings shot her to rhythm-and-blues stardom in the s Brown, Vivian Famous San Francisco twin Brown, Wesley Oldest sitting U. Browne, Joy Nationally syndicated call-in talk show host Browne, Malcolm Photograper of Vietnamese burning monk Browne, Sylvia Popular psychic and author Browning, James The nation's longest-serving federal appellate judge Brunetti, Argentina A character actress who played the worried wife of Mr.
Martini in the classic film "It's a Wonderful Life" Buchwald, Art Pulitzer Prize winning columnist chronicled the life and times of Washington Buck, Leslie Created the cardboard cup that became a pop-culture emblem of New York Erudite Ivy Leaguer and conservative commentator Buffone, Doug Former Chicago Bears linebacker Building Explosion Victims, Harlem At least seven have died in a gas explosion Bumpers, Dale Former U.
Bunch, Jon Co-founder and lead singer for the emo band Sense Field Burden, Chris Noted performance artist and sculptor Burns, Conrad Former Republican U. Burns, Marilyn "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" actress Burri, Rene Prominent Swiss photographer Burton, Roderick Up-and-coming rapper known as "Dolla" Burton, Tony Actor played the trainer in six "Rocky" films Brother to one U. Buster, Prince Legendary pioneer of ska music Butcher, Susan Four-time Iditarod champion dominated the 1,mile sled dog race in the late s Butler, Robert Pulitzer Prize-winning expert on aging who coined the phrase "ageism" Bygraves, Max Veteran British entertainer known for his old-fashioned charm Byrd, Donald Leading hard-bop trumpeter of the s Former senator from Virginia Byrd, Robert The longest-serving senator in history Byrne, Jane Chicago's first and only female mayor Cady, Frank Played the general-store owner on "Green Acres" Caesar, Sid Comic genius of s television Cahir, Bill Former journalist who joined the Marines after September 11th Calero, Adolfo Former Nicaragua Contra leader Calero, Miguel Played with Mexican soccer club Pachuca Callahan, James "Jim" Former Kentucky state representative Calley, John Ran three Hollywood studios Camerino, Giuliana Coen Designer credited with making handbags a fashion item Camp, Rick Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Campbell, Bill Philadelphia radio and TV sports announcer Campbell, Carroll Politically savvy former governor who helped make the Republican Party a powerful force in South Carolina Campbell, Delois Legendary gospel singer Campbell, Glen "Rhinestone Cowboy" country singer Civil rights leader and renegade preacher Camping, Harold Doomsday minister and Christian evangelist Campos, Adriana Popular telenovela actress Camuto, Vince Legendary women's footwear designer Cantu, Sandra 8-year-old girl had been missing for several days Capa, Cornell Pioneering photojournalist used his camera to illuminate social and humanitarian causes Caray, Skip Voice of the Atlanta Braves and part of a family line of baseball broadcasters Carey, Harry Character actor whose career spanned over 50 years Carey, Hugh Former New York governor Carey, William Polk Entrepreneur who donated millions to education Carlile, Kaiser Batboy struck in head by practice swing Carlin, George Dean of counterculture comedians was known for his biting insights on life Carmen, Jeanne s pinup and B-movie actress hobnobbed with Frank Sinatra and other stars Caro, Anthony British sculptor of large, abstract steel creations Carpenter, Scott 2nd US astronaut in orbit Carr, Charles Drove country music legend Hank Williams on his last trip Carr, Johnnie Prominent civil rights activist over the past half century Carr, Sam Mississippi Delta musician was one of the best blues drummers in the country Carrell, Mike Washington state senator Carrillo Fernandez, Simon Adrian Carrington, Leonora Painter, writer and sculptor considered one of the last of the original surrealists Carson, Joanne Ex-wife of former 'Tonight Show' host Carson, Julia Seven-term Indianapolis Representative Carter, Beverly Realtor who disappeared last week Carter, Don Bowling great during the golden age of the game Carter, Elliott Pulitzer Prize winning classical composer Carter, Gary Hall of Fame major league baseball player Carter, Jack Comedian and actor Carter, Janette The last surviving child of country music's founding Carter Family Carter, Nell Who played the stout, sassy housekeeper on the s sitcom "Gimme a Break!
Carter, Robert Lawyer who worked on Brown v. Artist's illustrations graced "The Shadow" and other sci-fi and mystery publications Casale, Bob Founding guitarist for Devo Casares, Rick Star running back for the Chicago Bears Cash, June Carter Grammy-winning scion of one of country music's pioneering families and wife of Johnny Cash Cashen, Frank Former Mets general manager Cassady, Carolyn Writer and friend of Jack Kerouac Cassese, Antonio Renowned international law expert prosecuted war crimes Castor, Jimmy Funk and soul saxophonist, singer and songwriter Catlett, Elizabeth Sculptor and printmaker Catri, Dick Surfing pioneer was known as "the godfather of East Coast surfing" Cavanaugh, Christine Prolific voice actress Cecil, Henry One of British horse racing's greatest trainers Cellucci, Argeo Paul Former Massachusetts governor Chabrol, Claude French filmmaker was one of the founders of the New Wave movement Chacon, Bobby Former two-time world boxing champion Challis, John Teen inspired professional sports players with his positive attitude about having cancer Chance, Britton Biophysicist was also an Olympic gold medalist sailor Chance, Dean Cy Young-winning pitcher who palled around with Sinatra Chandnois, Lynn s special teams star for the Pittsburgh Steelers Chapot, Frank Equestrian won two silver medals in six Olympics Charles, Ray The Grammy-winning crooner who blended gospel and blues Chartoff, Robert "Rocky," "Raging Bull" movie producer Chaykin, Maury Canadian actor whose career spans 35 years and two countries Chedid, Andree Egyptian-born French poet and writer Chepe, Oscar Espinosa Cuban dissident economist Chereau, Patrice Celebrated French actor and director Chernomyrdin, Viktor Served as Russia's prime minister in the turbulent s Chess, Phil Music exec co-founded the legendary Chess Records label First black lawyer in Selma, Alabama, was prominent in civil rights cases Child, Julia Whose warbling, encouraging voice and able hands brought the intricacies of French cuisine Chiluba, Frederick Zambia's first democratically elected president Chisholm, Shirley An advocate for minority rights who became the first black woman elected to Congress Chopra, Yash Bollywood movie mogul Christensen, Todd Professional football player and sportscaster Christian, Linda Hollywood starlet who became the first Bond girl Christopher, Sybil Theater producer and ex-wife of Richard Burton Church Shooting Victims, Charleston Pastor, 8 others fatally shot at church Ciccone, Don Singer-songwriter who was a member of the Four Seasons Cirillo, Nathan Canadian soldier guarding war memorial Claiborne, Liz Fashion designer's styles became a cornerstone of career women's wardrobes Clancy, Gil Boxing trainer who helped lead Emile Griffith to welterweight and middleweight titles Clark, Guy Country singer-songwriter won a Grammy Award Clark, Huguette Montana copper heiress once lived in the largest apartment on Fifth Avenue Clark, Kelly Attorney fought for childhood victims of sexual abuse An educator and psychologist who spent his life working for racial integration Visionary science fiction writer won worldwide acclaim with more than books Clarke, Ron Australia's greatest middle distance runner Clarke, Warren British actor Clarke, William "Bunny Rugs" Husky-voiced reggae singer Clauson, Bryan Popular dirt track racer Clements, Bill Former Texas governor Clerides, Glafcos Former Cyprus president Cliburn, Van Internationally celebrated pianist helped thaw the Cold War Coachman Davis, Alice First black woman to win Olympic gold Coase, Ronald Oldest Nobel Prize winner House member in North Carolina Who became a legal superstar after helping clear O.
Cockburn, Alexander Longtime columnist for The Nation magazine Cocker, Joe Award winning British singer Coe, George Veteran film and TV character actor Coe-Jones, Dawn Canadian hall of fame golfer Cogdill, Gail Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Cohen, Avi Liverpool defender and first Israeli to play in England''s top soccer league Cohen, Carla Co-owner of popular D. Cohen, Leonard Legendary singer-songwriter penned "Hallelujah" Cole, George Veteran British actor known best for "Minder" Cole, Natalie Grammy-winning singer Coleman, Jerry Hall of Fame broadcaster Coleman, Ornette Innovative jazz saxophonist and composer Collapse Victims, Mecca Crane More than 65 people killed in crane accident at mosque Colledge, Cecilia Innovative figure skater was the youngest athlete to compete in the Winter Olympics Collier, Jason Atlanta Hawks center Collins, Bud Sportscaster provided decades of tennis commentary on TV Collins, Jerry Former All Blacks rugby player Collins, Marva Innovative Chicago educator Colmes, Alan Radio and TV political talk show host Colvin, Marie Respected American war reporter Commoner, Barry Scientist and one of the pioneers of the environmental movement Como, Perry Crooning baritone barber known for his relaxed vocals, cardigan sweaters and TV specials Acclaimed author of twin novels "Mrs.
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Bliss Army by authorized personnel. Monday services are limited by regulation but include office at For additional information or Travel Veterans Affairs Satellite Office an appointment, call The travel office provides reserva- veterans in southeast Arizona and Cochise Fort Huachuca offers a single point of con- tions and ticketing services for official air County.
To make an appointment at this tact for volunteering on the installation. The travel in the continental United States. The fax Center in Tucson at , which will assist you with volunteer opportunities on the number is Office hours are schedule your visit and ensure your medical installation and sometimes has information 7: Monday through Fri- records are available from Tucson for the local about volunteering in the community. This process is necessary to ensure teer opportunities are almost unlimited, and TDY, call , or Port Calls, call each veteran is scheduled to be seen by the your participation is welcomed and greatly The Passenger Service section correct clinic or medical personnel.
The AVCC will match your is in Building on Augur Avenue around local clinic is small, some of the specialized skills and interests with volunteer opportu- the corner from the MP station. Call the AVCC to learn how you can The nearest commercial airport is in Tucson, needed, a shuttle service is available to trans- make a contribution to your community at Arizona.
When the 93rd departed Fort Huachuca is a product of the Indian Wars of the s and s. Kautz, commander of the Department training and subsequent assignment to the European Theater. During of Arizona, ordered that a camp be established in the Huachuca Moun- the war years, the troop strength reached 30, men at the fort, which tains. This camp would offer protection to settlers and travel routes in the s had been described as suitable for a brigade-sized unit of in southeastern Arizona while simultaneously blocking the traditional about 10, men.
Apache escape routes through the San Pedro and Santa Cruz valleys to At war's end, the fort was declared surplus and transferred to the sanctuary in Mexico. It was reactivated during the Korean War by the Army A temporary camp was established at the post's current location Engineers. March 3, , by Capt. Samuel Marmaduke Whitside with two com- A new era began in when control passed to the chief signal offi- panies of the 6th Cavalry.
The site was selected because it had fresh cer, who found the area and climate ideal for testing electronic and running water, an abundance of trees, excellent observation in three communications equipment. The importance of the fort in the national directions and protective high ground essential for security against defense picture grew steadily from that moment. In , Fort Huachuca Apache tactical methods.
Camp Huachuca was designated a fort became the headquarters of the U. Army Strategic Communications in Miles designated Fort Huachuca as his Then, in , the post became the home of the U. Army Intelligence advance headquarters and forward supply base for the Geronimo Center and School, bringing with it the School Brigade.
Army the Apache danger in southern Arizona. The Army closed more than Communications Command in , subsequently changing to the U. Army because of continuing border troubles involving renegade American Signal Command in The 10th Cavalry joined Gen.
Pershing in the In October , the post changed hands when the U. Army Train- expedition into Mexico, and, during World War I, it was assigned ing and Doctrine Command became the new host command.
Installa- the mission of guarding the United States-Mexico border. By , the 25th Infantry Regiment had replaced the 10th Cavalry as Today, Fort Huachuca is the major military installation in Arizona and the main combat unit for the fort. The 25th, in turn, was absorbed by the one of prominence throughout the Southwest. That name comes from an obscure local American Indian language which, when loosely translated, describes a "place of thunder.
The sight of dark clouds cascading down the mountainside while lightning, thunder and rain fill the air can be as awesome to modern man as it must have been to early American Indians. The name must have referred to the visual spec- tacle rather than its frequency because, actu- ally, Thunder Mountaineers enjoy some of the mildest and best weather found in Arizona.
The original Fort Huachuca cantonment was declared a National Historical Landmark in March , during a four-day centennial cele- bration.
A rustic wooden sign sits on the north- east corner of Brown Parade Field, the center of post life during the days of horse Soldiers. Sur- rounding buildings and homes are maintained with the appearance and flavor of the old days. Tuesday to the MI profession throughout our nation's in the drama of the western United States.
A leisurely walk through history, beginning with the Revolution- This fascinating history of the U. Army in the museum has proven to be an enriching ary War and continuing to the present and the Southwest, as well as the history of the and stimulating experience for the thousands beyond. The exhibits are Soldier-focused, Southwest itself, unfolds at the Fort Huachuca of guests who visit each month. Opened in , the A Museum Annex across the street from intelligence fields and providing an overview museum has grown rapidly and now houses the Fort Huachuca Historical Museum was of MI history.
The museum has been accredited by needed space to display some of the artifacts the Army's major combat operations and fea- the American Association of Museums. The belonging to the museum. The renovation turing iconic imagery, focused learning objec- Fort Huachuca Historical Museum endeavors and reconstruction of the building, formerly tives, artifacts, interactive multi-media topics to bring to the military community and gen- a theater, took approximately two years to and individual Soldier stories.
Themes of the eral public a heightened awareness of and an complete. Building on Hatfield Street near the capabilities. The exhibits are instructive, entertaining MI Library. Some of the U. For further information on the museums, The museum, in Building , is open to The new Learning Center features exhib- donations of historical articles or contribu- the public without charge.
Civilian visitors are its highlighting the contributions of Soldiers tions to the museum fund, call Army Garrison manages the multitude of functions and ser- determine their intentions and capabilities quickly and precisely, while vices that keep the 73,acre installation operating so that other orga- denying the enemy similar information. The Army must have the best nizations on post may concentrate on their primary missions. Headquarters provides support to the garrison and exercises battal- Providing this system is the mission of the Intelligence Center.
With ion-level command over four companies: The center is the focal As a city unto itself, the garrison provides support to Fort Huachuca point of the Army's effort to meet its present and future intelligence just as any city government supports its community. For instance, the collection and processing requirements. Since its intelligence and security, housing, public affairs, resource manage- inception in , the school's mission has been to train selected per- ment, internal audit compliance review, and crime prevention and law sonnel and to perform intelligence and security duties in the fields of enforcement.
The garrison also maintains community facilities and pro- imagery, interrogation, counterintelligence, area studies and combat vides necessary services for religious, health, welfare and entertainment intelligence.
In , the Intelligence School combined with the com- activities. School and the U. They formed the first true U. Guard, as well as a number of other military activities throughout This amalgamation added combat surveillance aspects to the school's the state. On July 1, , the 25th anniversary of U. Regimental System at Fort Huachuca. The headquarters for the ligence will be the victor. The sophistication of today's combat systems Intelligence Center is in Rodney Hall.
From this location, the comman- will mean almost certain destruction or neutralization of any element dant, who is also the commanding general of the Intelligence Center and that can be located on the battlefield. Students are enrolled via Army average of 3, cadre and students com- Training Requirements and Resources System bined. Four of the battalions, the and promotion to the rank sergeant first class training squadron and the three sister service SFC.
The The th MI Brigade's mission is to train nine courses range between 25 to 40 train- Soldiers to be military intelligence profession- ing days in length, with student throughput als who possess the commitment, character, varying per course from as few as 30 for low- skills and spirit needed to help fight and win density MOSs to as many as for the 35F, our country's wars and accomplish its strate- Intelligence Analyst ALC.
In order to accomplish this mission, The MI SLC is 34 training days and is a the brigade must develop training that is rel- blended mixture of all MI MOSs into small evant to the present and future needs of the groups. There are four modules to SLC. The Army and Joint Force. Army Leader Development module contains elements of the former first sergeant course. Headquarters and Headquarters Company The MI Leader Development module focuses The Headquarters and Headquarters Com- on topics such as full-spectrum operations, pany mission is to provide personnel, logis- the military decision-making process, cross- tics, vehicle maintenance, IEW maintenance and at other locations throughout the United cultural communications and critical reason- and administrative support for the th MI States.
The principal functions of the Intelli- ing. The Intelligence Application module is Brigade headquarters. During this module, the NCOs spend training.
These units continue providing Sol- gence Noncommissioned Officer Academy has considerable time learning and working on diers with basic combat skills to prepare them called Fort Huachuca home. The final for follow-on assignments. As such, with junior enlisted, warrant officers and is the home of MI leader training. You can the graduates are able to conduct and lead commissioned officers in the Joint Intelligence expect a challenging and rewarding assign- unit-level training focused at the company and Combat Training Center.
The intent is to focus ment that will increase your proficiency as a platoon levels while further preparing NCOs on the senior NCO leadership and manage- military intelligence professional.
Additionally, the academy develops gence structure. SLC trains approximately doctrine, and prepares advanced training pro- and sustains world-class cadre and builds students annually. The NCO Academy has two resident We post a great deal of useful information to Prior to your arrival, we encourage you to courses: The website is Huachuca website.
Both the battalion NCO Course. If you which train an average student load of more sion is to develop Soldiers to conduct and lead are unfamiliar with the internet, start than 2, Soldiers in three separate military counterintelligence, human intelligence and learning it now since many of our intel- occupational specialties. Focused on quickly support operations while taking care of Sol- ligence systems have similar operating producing the highest-caliber MI Soldier for diers, civilians, contractors and their families.
Your company and trains the 35G Geospatial Intel- military occupational specialties. The th company will conduct physical training ligence Imagery Analyst and 35T Military Military Intelligence Battalion's end goal is three to five days per week. Bravo Company and Charlie Com- capable of success in any operational environ- pared for training.
Our courses are not pany are responsible for teaching the 35F ment. The battalion continues to lead, train designed to be easy -- they are designed Intelligence Analyst Course. Expect demanding and encouraged to visit the th MI Battalion Collector Course is an week, four-day rewarding work. Subordinate to in Prosser Village Complex. The battalion was 35M10 students to operate as certified inter- the th MI Brigade, the mission of the bat- designated Feb.
Training is con- cally competent military intelligence Soldiers ligence Battalion, and transferred Aug. Command and activated at Fort Huachuca environment. The training focus is on Army transformation as an element of the U. The battalion is Center's th Military Intelligence Brigade. Nearly all of these orga- nizations work under the operational control of Army and joint commands, and most are geographically dispersed.
It is this network of trained professionals that enables battle command and supports missions at all ech- elons -- from the foxhole to the White House. Army Information Systems Engi- neering Command USAISEC provides sys- tems engineering, installation, integration, implementation and evaluation support for communications and information technology systems worldwide, providing capabilities to Army organizations, combatant commanders, and DOD and federal agencies.
USAISEC's business areas include the design, engineer- ing, integration, development, sustainment, installation, testing and acceptance of infor- mation systems.
JICC focuses on the Development Integration Training Center, 2nd Battalion, basics of interrogation using realistic scenario- The mission of the Capabilities Develop- 13th Aviation Regiment based hands-on, performance-oriented inter- ment Integration is to conceptualize, develop The 2nd Battalion, 13th Aviation Regiment rogation practical exercises which culminate and integrate intelligence warfighting func- is a partner unit at Fort Huachuca and falls with an interrogation performance evaluation.
The bat- Command NETCOM is charged with oper- cultural communication in an operational talion is committed to providing technical ating, maintaining and defending the Army environment.
Army CI Spe- of the Army team at all echelons and all phases a day on three shifts, and flies more than cial Agents. CISAC provides field agents and of operations. Currently, the th deployed forces reach back capability for CI commanding general is the deputy command- Aviation Regiment is composed of five com- specific training, doctrinal answers and prac- ing general for network operations, U. A company is composed of IET for tical knowledge. Office-Huachuca nication and electronic systems, including USAEPG developed a suite of test instrumen- The Defense Coordination Office-Huachuca the developmental testing of C5I systems, tation that included distributed-systems test DCO-H , a subordinate element of the unmanned aerial vehicles, and navigation and control, test stimulation, test data acquisition, Defense Information Systems Agency, is the avionics systems and the operational testing embedded instrumentation and virtual jam- principal organization responsible for pro- of counter improvised explosive device and ming.
The office has tronic Proving Ground allows for testing in a bilities for GPS testing, propagation simula- responsibility for approximately 16, long- combination of real, virtual and constructive tion, C5I battlefield emulation and the use of haul leased telecommunications circuits, e.
Army Test and Evaluation types of air and ground systems. Test capa- nications System , etc. Maintaining and Command designated USAEPG as the lead bilities include the full spectrum of electronics servicing these accounts requires extensive test center for cyber testing. The DCO-H is staffed by account managers that perform the technical and administrative responsibilities necessary to provision long- haul requirements for Army users worldwide.
Utilizing a driven and highly skilled workforce, USAEPG provides an independent, comprehensive and unbiased testing environment in which to plan, con- duct, analyze, evaluate and report the results of developmental, operational, and integrated tests and evaluations in support of Network, Electronic Warfare and Coalition, Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance C5ISR equipment and systems.
FMX also operates two motor pools: Both pro- technical network forensic support and con- Development T2D2 Lab. FMX also has the responsibility for tems in the Stryker armored vehicle are prop- mailto: Force's future communications systems.
The ers in the goal of C4ISR joint and combined Huachuca Division executes thousands of interoperability and often works in theater contracting actions annually with obliga- to provide technical support and operational tions in the hundreds of millions or billions assessments to the combatant commanders of dollars.
The command can interface Building JITC's mis- and technical expertise in all areas of test and sion is to serve as DOD's joint interoperabil- evaluation. This unique mix of government ity certifier and only nonservice operational personnel is further augmented by highly test agency for information technology IT trained contractors, giving JITC the flexibility and national security systems.
JITC provides to meet growing interoperability demands. Army Criminal Investigation DOD IT and national security systems meet Command, investigates felony-level crimes interoperability and net-readiness require- and provides investigative support for all U.
Army elements in Arizona. The office also customers hold more than 10, items of JITC was established in its current role maintains liaison with federal, state and local TMDE. JITC is the sole Certification of all U.
Army Test Measurement respectively. Army Test Measurement and Diag- The Reserve Forces Office, in Building , JITC provides independent operational test nostic Equipment TMDE Support Center acts as the principal adviser to the Intelli- and evaluation and assessments of DISA pro- provides one-stop calibration and repair of gence Center and School on issues involving grams to ensure that only operationally effec- general-purpose and selected special-purpose Reserve-component military intelligence.
It was established in as a detach- primary point of contact is For to the warfighter. DISA programs include the ment of the U.
Army Reserve units in Arizona. The USAR liaison may be cators. The B Troop, 4th Regiment, U. Army heritage and Libby Army Airfield is unique to the U. Additionally, the ceremonial units Army because it is used jointly by military pilots and aircrew. Fort Huachuca is the U. The nearest commercial airport is in Tucson, lance technology. The UAS are flown from Arizona. Cavalry Civilian operations are concentrated on the mately 4 miles west of Libby.
These UAS share Regiment Memorial north side of the airfield, accessible directly the traffic pattern and airspace with military The glamour and excitement of charging from Arizona State Route Military opera- and civilian aircraft. Military and government cavalry is one of the primary reasons Fort tions are concentrated on the south side of agencies that are permanently assigned to or Huachuca's B Troop, 4th U. Army rial is so popular in the local community.
Civilian aviation activities at the ing Ground, the U. Army in the Southwest. Forest Service and the U. Airfield facilities and ser- Customs Service. Mounted vices available to both military and civilian The airfield is operated by Libby Army on "geldings of hardy color" and using users include Crash and Rescue, three lighted Airfield personnel assigned to Directorate of authentic uniforms and tack of the s, the runways, Air Traffic Control, approach radar, Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security troopers are a colorful spectacle and excit- precision approach radar and airport surveil- DPTMS.
Weather observation and report- ing part of any event in which they appear. Available navigational aids are ing are provided by U. Military Intelligence Community Care Clinic. B Troop for active-duty Soldiers, retirees and veterans, the band went through numerous moves and memorializes the unit that served at Fort personnel assigned to the unit raise and lower reorganizations from to , includ- Huachuca in during the final campaign the national colors on Brown Parade Field and ing Camp Ellis, Illinois, and Camp Swift and to capture the great Apache Indian leader, at Greely Hall each day.
The troop has more than 20 vol- presents the colors at various parades and to Fort Bliss, Texas, on Feb. The unteer members, which includes a ladies aux- activities and renders honors with the salute band was assigned to the Artillery School on iliary and an artillery detachment known as battery on appropriate occasions.
The detachment in the U. Troop- th Signal Battalion and th MI Battal- quarters to Fort Huachuca, where it remains ers are required to care for their mounts and ion. Soldiers interested in serving with the today. The 62nd Army Band was officially equipment, but Fort Huachuca provides the Honor Guard may call for more designated as the "U. Army Military Intel- horses, tack, uniforms and everything else the information. Troopers need only provide Military Intelligence MI Corps Band has the time and the courage to ride the finest war Military Intelligence Corps Band received campaign participation credit for the horses in the U.
George Washington's provide music for the U. Army Intelligence horse detachments in the Army. To find out troops into battle more than years ago. Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca. It how you can join, visit http: The band's history began when it was consti- supports the MI Corps area of interest by fos- http: Russell, Wyoming, the band was spreading the strategic messages of the com- The Post Honor Guard is an element of inactivated Oct.
On March 22, , manding general of the MI Corps. It participates the band was reactivated at Fort Riley, Kan- To request the band for an event, contact the in ceremonial functions that take place on sas. The band then moved to Camp Maxey, mailto: Fort Huachuca and throughout the south- Texas, on Jan.
In addition to their re-designated "62nd Army Ground Forces call or the band operations sec- primary mission of rendering funeral honors Band" on June 2, Throughout the years, tion at Wednesday; Hooked on Art, an 19th Hole Clubhouse is open to the public for all its dining and enter- after-school art class for elementary, middle and high school students; tainment offerings.
The center also offers a variety 19th Hole is a popular spot to relax after duty hours. Golf course patrons of special events for families and art projects for organizations such as and staff enjoy the availability of beverage and sandwich service.
Birthday parties are also available at the center. Tuesday and 1 to 5 p. Classes are held noon to 8 p. Fort Huachuca offers the weary traveler the best in RV accommodations. Arts and crafts supplies are available at the center's resale store, Con- The 56 pull-through concrete sites are extra large, with a picnic table and cepts. The store offers a wide variety of arts and crafts supplies for scrap- barbecue grill. All sites are full hookups that include and amp booking, beading, painting, knitting, cake decorating and much more.
Other services Concepts is open noon to 5 p. For reservations and information, call The of Hatfield and Arizona streets. After taking the beginning instruction for programmed activities for customers to explore a variety framing class, customers may use the framing studio to frame their own of creative areas.
Framing ing, wheel-thrown pottery, glass fusing and slumping, cake decorat- Solutions carries a wide selection of molding and archival mat boards ing and ceramics, as well as popular subjects like digital photography, and utilizes a computerized mat cutter for endless design possibilities.
Photoshop and children's art. Classes are held at various times Tuesday, Canvas stretching is also available. Framing Solutions is an authorized Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Garman, Robert Summers and Dick Kramer. Tuesday, Wednesday and Fri- Hunting and Fishing day, and noon to 7 p. The do-it- All hunters and fishermen must be prop- yourself studio is open 3 to 7 p.
See Arizona's current hunting tions, call An Arizona hunting license, as well as a post Buffalo Corral hunting permit, is required for anyone carry- Situated in the rustic foothills of the ing a privately owned firearm in the field for Huachuca Mountains, Buffalo Corral Riding any purpose.
Arizona general hunting licenses Stables rents horses to groups or individuals are available at most sporting goods stores. To by the hour or leases by the month at reason- qualify as a resident, an individual must reside able rates. Privately owned horses may be in Arizona for six months immediately pre- boarded in a private mount area at an afford- ceding the date of application for a license or able price.
Guided trail rides through the ceding the date of application. For Active duty and retired military and their more information, call Family members are authorized to hunt on post. All hunters must have completed a hunter 24 lanes with automated scoring and a education course before hunting on post. Summer and winter leagues a course is not mandatory for off-post hunting.
Rock and Bowl Mule deer, white-tailed deer and javelina rolls 9: Saturday, with music, neon lights Fort Huachuca. Bird hunters have their choice and bowling, make this a fun night out you among three species of quail and two species won't want to miss. Open bowling is offered of dove.
Special seasons and hunting areas daily. To arrange birthday or group parties, exist for bow hunters. Mountain lions can be call Golf Course Mountain View Golf Course offers 18 sce- nic holes on a desert-style course with a put- ting green and driving range.
The pro shop offers a variety of equipment, accessories and clothing. Clubs and carts are available to rent. Facilities and services include mod- ern, clean men's and women's locker rooms, a clubhouse and lessons by the course pro- fessional. You can get a quick bite to eat at the 19th Hole Clubhouse. The course is open to the public. The FFF is a center where patrons can come in, work out and keep an eye on their children at the same time. The FFF also offers Zumba and yoga classes taught by cer- tified instructors.
For more infor- mation, call MWR Rents MWR Rents offers a wide variety of sporting goods and outdoor recreation equipment for rent, including camping gear, barbecue grills, storage sheds, bicycles, tables and chairs, camping and horse trailers, lawn mowers, wheelbarrows and weed eaters. Monday through Friday and 9 a. Call for the winter schedule. Facili- ties include tools, equipment and instruction in a wide variety of automotive repair work, including an engine analyzer to perform everything from tuneups to major engine overhauls and hydraulic lifts for oil changes, lubrication and undercarriage inspections.
No trap- by a properly licensed adult. A juvenile fishing Other equipment includes a tire balancer, a ping is allowed on the post. Fees and service charges for use tion of reptiles is discouraged.
Three species Jeannie's Diner of inside and outside bays and certain equip- of rattlesnake are also protected by state law: Jeannie's Diner is a casual, quick-service, ment are posted in the shop. For more infor- ridge-nosed, banded rock and twin-spotted '50s- and '60s-style restaurant in the Des- mation, call Arizona Game and Fish Commission. Open all afternoon for a late lunch or tain the shape you are in.
It is a acre lake maintained sic taste to suit your needs. Stop by and check Cup program. It is a coed intramural pro- by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. It has three com- Lake and other lakes in the regions, such as yon Road and offers ranges for skeet trap, bination handball and racquetball courts, a Patagonia Lake State Park.
Visit the center ketball and volleyball courts, a dry sauna in license, trout stamp and post permit prior to and relax in the comfy lounge area, pur- each of the locker rooms men's and women's , fishing for trout.
Those under age 14 may fish chase post hunting and fishing permits see a well-equipped fitness center and weight without an Arizona license when accompanied Hunting and Fishing for information on the room. The BFH also offers aerobics and spinning classes taught by certified instruc- tors.
It also contains a meter track with eight lanes, high jump area and long jump pit. For more information on any of these items, call There are two swimming pools on Fort Huachuca. The Barnes Field House contains an indoor swimming pool. The pool is a six- lane, meter, heated swimming pool. Lap swim is available as well as open swim. The pool also offers adult swim lessons. It contains two water slides, lanes for lap swimming and a children's pool. It is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
The Eifler Fitness Center EFC , in Prosser Village, has a main gymnasium with two multisport basketball and volleyball courts, a dry sauna in each of the locker rooms men's and women's , and a complete line of fitness and weight equipment.
The sports plaza the seating arrangement. Tuesday ness on Fort Huachuca. Choose to use one of and flag football fields on artificial turf. TMAC offers culinary excel- FMWR's magnificent facilities, which include track is a meter track with eight lanes and lence from chefs and cooks trained at the Culi- Thunder Mountain Activity Centre or the 19th an infield containing artificial turf.
For more nary Institute of America; a tasteful, pleasant Hole, or consider an event at a location of your information, call From the largest wedding extrava- quality entertainment. For catering informa- ganzas to the most intimate anniversary din- Thunder Mountain Activity Centre tion and reservations, call Capacities of the rooms call For more information, call TMAC caterers at It offers awesome interactive gaming by "Drop Zone" and features a theater room with sur- round sound.
For recreation, it has billiards, foosball, shuffleboard and table tennis. The kitchen, Thunder Mountain Activity Centre, offers a quick bite and refreshments. The food service mate, from the vast desert stretches of Yuma, the San Francisco Moun- industry is well-represented, and fine dining is available throughout the tains and aspen forests of northern Arizona, to the wonder of man-made area. Entertainment and information are also in evidence with first-run Lake Mead. The wealth of beauty in Arizona is something to be expe- movies, cable television, local AM and FM radio broadcasts, and a daily rienced.
The narratives that follow describe some of the nearby areas newspaper. By no means is the list complete. The town is Sierra Vista is known as the "hummingbird capital of the United known for its ideal weather, with an average high of 75 degrees and States. With a population of nearly 44,, it is one of the hundreds of other birds, mammals, reptiles and plants may be observed fastest-growing communities in Arizona and is the business and cultural and photographed.
Within an easy drive are the hiking trails and center of Cochise County. Fort Huachuca was annexed by Santa Cruz County. Sierra Vista in , and the military and civilian communities enjoy Just 25 miles south of the entrance to Fort Huachuca lies a local one of the most cordial relationships of this kind in the entire United national park -- Coronado National Memorial.
Established by Congress States. With Higher education is available through Cochise College and the Univer- 8 miles of trails, hikers can enjoy treks through canyons and over moun- sity of Arizona Sierra Vista Campus. The courses in a variety of fields. Several shopping plazas thrive, and most major retail- In addition to hiking opportunities, the memorial is host to numerous ers are represented. Take a scenic drive to Montezuma Pass, which offers vast and beautiful views into the surrounding valleys.
For a wonder- ful family experience, enjoy one of the many sites in the picnic area directly adjacent to the visitor center. With its Spanish architectural styling, the visitor center is a great place to get more information for your visit.
Services include personal information from staff and volunteers days of the year they are closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas , a short film about the history of Coronado's expedition, A books and other educational materials related VIST to the memorial and the area, and exhibits on SIERRA local culture, wildlife and Coronado's expedi- OF tion. Follow the signs right onto Coro- nado Memorial Road.
The memorial entrance is about 2 miles up the road with the visitor Huachuca City County, there is easy access to major high- center about 3 miles beyond the entrance. The Huachuca City is a community just north of ways, rail transit and airports. The town began to develop Although Benson was founded in , fee, and additional information on activities with the reopening of Fort Huachuca in civilization in the valley began long before.
The The Spanish missionary Father Eusebio by calling the visitor center at Currently, it has a bringing Christianity and agriculture to the population of approximately 1, The Pima shared the The city has a mayor-council form of gov- land with the hostile Chiricahua Apache, who ernment and provides the residents with local eventually gained control of the area. Huachuca City has The U. Army waged a difficult campaign one elementary school for students in pre- against the Chiricahua to protect the home- school through eighth grade.
High school stu- steaders that began to make their way to the dents attend classes in Tombstone. It was during this time the Housing available in the area consists of Mormons settled in St. David, the Butterfield single-family dwellings, apartments and Stage was founded, and the Indian legends of mobile homes.
Residents are about 10 to 20 Cochise and Geronimo were born. As the dust of the Butterfield Overland Huachuca City's business district consists of Stage Coach and Pony Express cleared, Ben- retail businesses, restaurants and industrial son matured into a bustling railroad town. Its lifeblood was the copper and sil- Benson and the San Pedro River Valley are ver flowing from the neighboring mining com- rich in natural wonders and provide a home munities of Tombstone, Fairbank and Bisbee.
Originally called the "queen OF The area boasts a beautiful temperate climate of the copper camps," Bisbee has a rich his- TESY year-round, making it a perfect vacation spot. Louis and San Francisco. Bisbee was just a P. Box location and a stop for was rebuilt in after being destroyed by cattle along the train line. Since it was estab- fire, and its homes and the downtown area lished, Sonoita has been a desirable location still hold a Victorian charm. The Queen Mine Today, Sonoita is home to some of the old- Tour attracts thousands of visitors each year est continuous events in the state.
People have who ride down into the old tunnels in a string been coming to enjoy the county fair, rodeo of mining cars. Events and cultural activi- and horse races for nearly a century. Sonoita ties include musical presentations from street is also home to many bed-and-breakfast estab- dances to classical concert series, monthly art lishments and offers a wide variety of dining walks, a fiber arts festival and performances options; you can get anything from a full vegan by the local theater group.
Just a bit north you Visitors can also enjoy hiking the surround- will find the Empire Ranch, which offers ing area in the cool, mile-high mountain air. If you're looking COUR munity.
Much like Sonoita, Elgin was a small to get away from the city for a while and are ready to experience a relaxing trip into our TESY railway town.
The main difference between OF the two, and where a lot of people get con- beautiful grasslands, check out Sonoita.
ORG fused, is that Elgin is the home of the Sonoita Sonoita is about 50 miles southeast of Tuc- Appellation, the only place in Arizona where son and 35 miles northwest of Sierra Vista grapes for wine can be grown. Because of and is centrally located for access to many sky this, there are numerous vineyards all over islands. Sonoita Vineyards and Cal- Visit www. Agriculture and ranching are still important Arizona.
These practiced winemakers are segments of the area's principal economy. Douglas, on the U. Established in just and was incorporated in It was origi- The historic Gadsden Hotel, a frontier land- east of the old Sobaipuri rancheria, Sonoita nally an annual roundup spot for ranches. The lure of shopping and sightseeing in "Old Mexico," plus nearness to several outdoor rec- reation areas, has made tourism and retire- ment significant to Douglas' economy.
The city is served by the Douglas Unified School District, which has five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. A private Catholic school serves kin- dergarten through eighth-grade students. The two cities are about 65 miles south- west of Fort Huachuca.
But Nogales, Mexico, is more than just a vil- lage of markets and shops. It is a city of about , people, many of whom are engaged in handling the international commerce that flows in both directions through the gates separating the United States and Mexico.
Nogales, Arizona, has a population of more than 20, There are many famous ranches in Nogales www. ORG on both sides of the border. Some are still www. In the hills are fine riding and hik- ing trails and good hunting areas. An annual fall festival attracts more felin set out in the late s to find silver in town shops and galleries feature the work of than 15, people for a three-day event fea- the San Pedro Hills.
He was told by Soldiers local and regional artists. The Nature Con- turing arts and crafts, a silent auction and live at the post that all he would find would be his servancy's Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve entertainment. Visitors come for the spectacu- tombstone because of the constant danger of and Patagonia Lake State Park are known lar scenery of the valley in which Patagonia is hostile Apaches.
The Paton Center for Hum- News of his silver strike spread and quickly mingbirds is well-known for its hospitality Tombstone brought prospectors, miners, businessmen, to hummingbirds and the people who like to Perhaps one of the best known and most fortune hunters, lawmen and the lawless watch them. Patagonia also offers access to popular attractions in this area is just a until the population of Tombstone reached 12,, in Today, its population is slightly more than 1, Surging waters in the mines ended the boom in the late s but not before names like Virgil and Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, the OK Corral and the Clanton Gang were household words throughout the nation.
Renowned for its superb weather and progressive city -- yet it retains the culture The city did not become part of the United described as "one of the most rapidly grow- and flavor of the Old West. States, however, until , following the ing communities in the nation today," Tucson With a history dating back to American Gadsden Purchase. The ish conquistadores, Tucson was established as mountain ranges on all sides, with an elevation city offers varied entertainment, recreational facilities, spectator sports, and social and cul- tural events throughout the year.
Tucson is also the home of the Univer- sity of Arizona. With an enrollment of more than 42, students, the university offers more than undergraduate and graduate degrees through 20 colleges and 11 schools on three campuses. The university is ranked among the top 20 public research universi- ties nationwide. The wing's missions are to www. ORG train attack pilots for deployment and to sup- port and sustain attack airpower in support of combatant commanders anywhere in the world.
Approximately 6, military and 1, civilian employees work at Davis-Monthan. The 12th Air Force is charged with com- manding, administrating and supervising tactical forces west of the Mississippi River.
As one of ACC's numbered air forces, 12th Air Force operates combat-ready forces and equip- ment for air superiority working with U. Whitside led a column of the 6th U. Cavalry from Tucson over the Whetstone Mountains and into the shelter of the Huachuca Mountains, selecting the northernmost canyon of the chain to establish a temporary camp. The location provided excellent observation of both the Santa Cruz and San Pedro valleys, while the canyon's timber and creek offered the necessary logistical conveniences.
A bid for permanent post status was made by Army officials in the early s. One of these men was Maj. James Biddle, an assistant inspector general of the department.
He pointed out, "A camp which is a tent city is an expen- sive way to shelter troops and supplies. Constantly replacing canvas tents is costly. I recommend permanent buildings [be] erected and a garrison of some strength assigned it, that protection may be afforded to all these mining towns, and which will be an asylum to our citizens now in Sonora, in case of revolutionary or other trou- bles, a place which they might reach quickly, or from which a force might be sent promptly to their relief, if necessary.
Sherman, who personally visited Huachuca and in recommended to the secretary of war, "In regard to the posts in Arizona I have heretofore reported the result of my personal inspection that the post of Huachuca be enlarged and improved to the largest possible extent and that all others be neglected.
Its strategic location near the border along with its low sickness rate recommended it as a key Army post in the American West. The Old Post area has remained essentially as it was more than a century ago.
The parade ground upon which Soldiers of the Apache Indian Wars stood is surrounded by buildings that have retained the exterior appearance from when they were completed between and To begin a walking tour of Old Post, begin at the Post Museum. From there, head north- 6. Winans House - Named after Col. Winans, who concurrently commanded east to stop 2, Nowlan House. Continue south on Grierson. The following are major the post and the 10th Cavalry from to Winans served with Pershing during the Punitive points of interest on the walking tour: He finished his career as a major general in This picture was taken March 1, The building had varied uses since its 7.
Wilder House - Memorialized for Col. Wilder, who commanded the construction in First a post chapel, and for a brief time, the home of the post chaplain 5th Cavalry and Fort Huachuca in Winfield Scott, the building later became the bachelor officers' quarters. It was remodeled in 8. Miles House - It was reserved for majors and surgeons originally, and it is probable as the officers' club and used for that purpose until The structure then became post that one of its early residents was Capt.
Leonard Wood, the post surgeon in Wood received headquarters and in was converted into a museum. Nowlan House - These double officer family quarters were built in when the 9. Pershing House - Traditionally the home of Fort Huachuca's commander, this con- post was enlarged to accommodate an entire regiment. Opposite the flagpole on 3. Morrow House - In recent years, this has been the traditional home of the garrison the parade field, the ranking officer could survey the toil and ceremony of post life as well as the commander.
Its first occupant was Capt. Adna Chaffee who, as a lieutenant general, was to become chief of staff of the Army in Overnight guests at these quar- 4. Sanford House - Named for Maj. George Bliss Sanford, 1st U. Cavalry, a ters include Gens. Crook and Nelson A. Miles in ; General of the Armies John J. Pershing on Fort Huachuca commander in Sanford participated in several Civil War actions and returned two occasions, and ; and Gen.
Barry Goldwater were also frequent guests at the home. Macomb House - Capt. Macomb served at numerous western posts Crook House - Constructed in , it is now named for Gen.
George Crook, the Indian throughout Nebraska and Texas. For several months in , he commanded the 5th Cavalry Wars leader and one time commander of the Department of Arizona, who played the key role in and Fort Huachuca.
Known occupants of this home were Capt. Macomb, who commanded Troop A, 5th Cavalry, and who was post commander from July to March ; Miller, commanding general of the 93rd Division, which trained at Huachuca Almond, commanding general of the 92nd Division, which used for an administration building. The building to the right was built in out of adobe as the replaced the 93rd at this WWII training base. It later deteriorated and was used for storage. The building was Bernard House - Named for Brig.
Bernard, who began his career as a salvaged around DeRosy Cabell Hall - The old Post Bakery, built of adobe in , was reported as capable of producing 2, rations per day. The freshly baked bread could often be the best tasting Carr House - It was rated a company officers quarters in and honors Col.
Carr, another Civil War Medal of Honor winner, who commanded several Arizona posts pound from neighboring cattlemen or salted pork, beans or barley, dried vegetables, and coffee and was a veteran campaigner of the Indian Wars.
During the Korean War when Cruse House - It originally billeted two lieutenants. It was named for Lt. Thomas Fort Huachuca was the engineer aviation training center, the building was pressed into service as Cruse, who commanded a company of Indian Scouts at Fort Apache and was awarded the Medal of a malt and sandwich shop known as "Post House.
DeRussy Hall - Named for Col. DeRussy, post commander , this Carleton House - This is the oldest building still existing on the post. Built as a post hospital, it was a thrift shop. It has since been used as officers' quar- During WWII, the provost marshal used this building for his office at one time as the post chapel. Listed among its residents and guests have been Gen. Sherman, who stayed there during his visit to the post April 9, The living room, with its chapel until the post was closed in Following the reactivation of the U.
Army Electronic ceiling, originally was the hospital ward. At one time, all the rooms behind the chapel were used as Proving Ground, it became the site of the post office. While Fort Huachuca was closed from to , the state of Arizona Gresham Hall - This quartermaster's storehouse was completed in at a cost of had a temporary deed to the post. It was during that period that governors Sidney P.
Built of adobe, it became the post exchange and barbershop sometime after These and Dan E. Garvey used these quarters. It bears the name of Col. Gresham, a colonel of Hazen House - The original records of Hazen House read "double officers" quar- the 10th Cavalry, Medal of Honor winner and post commander from to Mar Kim Hall - Mar Kim, a nephew of Sam Kee, ran a restaurant in Nogales for the building was used for many years as a duplex home.
Museum records show that at one time it soldiers of the 25th Infantry. In , he came to Fort Huachuca to operate the PX restaurant in this was the quarters for the chaplain and the bandmaster. Today the old domicile is used to house building. Erected in , the building replaced the Brayton Hall basement as the PX restaurant distinguished guests to the post. When the fort was reopened during the Korean War, the building was utilized for administra- Bandstand - Originally built about , it was salvaged in This is a replica tive offices.
This of Grierson and Boyd. The post's original eight-bed hospital on Brayton Hall - At the south end of Brown Parade Field, the Army carved out a new Grierson Avenue Carleton House quickly became inadequate for the needs of a growing post, area to serve as a recreational center and erected Brayton Hall in to serve primarily as a and in , a plan was submitted for a bed modified regulation post hospital.
Consequently, gymnasium, theater and library. The structure was finished in Brayton Hall is arguably the most elegant building within the Fort Huachuca historic district. An addition to the kitchen was completed in These were the facilities to which assistant surgeon Leonard Wood was assigned when he served at Fort Huachuca in The In the basement of Brayton Hall, to the left of the colonnade was what might be considered the first building was used as a hospital until a station hospital was built in the cantonment area in It contained a famous Chinese restaurant operated by Sam Kee where gourmet dinners of stuffed or pressed duck, venison, steak and Chinese delicacies were
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