Military Intelligence Schools and Training Courses
– Fort Huachuca is the primary Military Intelligence (MI) installation for Army training of soldiers, non-commissioned officers, warrant officers, and officers within the MI Corps. The Army post trains tens of thousands of soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines on an annual basis as one of the major Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) installations in the United States. Each course may have their own lodging recommendations on or off post in Sierra Vista. Some of the courses offered on Fort Huachuca are a PCS Move (Permanent Change of Station), and some of them are a TDY (Temporary Duty Assignment).
TDY Assignment or PCS Re-assignment?
PCS Moves authorize Basic Housing Allowance (BAH) and some moving allowances and PCS moves generally last 1-3 years. TDY assignments are generally less than 6 months, and authorize per diem for lodging and meals in addition to BAH for the home station (TDY is a much more advantageous assignment status to have because it authorizes the traveler a higher amount of travel funds for temporary lodging in addition for the allowance to pay for housing at the home station). Military orders should state the assignment status.
Fort Huachuca Schools and Military Intelligence Courses
The Military Intelligence Army post is the largest training center for MI service members in the entire United States. It’s somewhat remote location and open training area make it a useful training area for all intelligence and signal disciplines, as well as the UAV training center located on the West end of Fort Huachuca near Black Tower. Fort Huachuca is a Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Army installation. Below are some of the MI courses offered on Fort Huachuca by type of training, collection method, or discipline:
- AIT –Advanced Individual Training (AIT) is not authorized to reside off post, unless the service member is a Military Occupational Specialty-Trained (MOS-T) soldier who is re-classing to another MOS (which may authorize off post lodging in some circumstances)
- BIC – Basic Installer Course (a Signal Course)
- CISAC – Counter Intelligence Special Agent’s Course
- DSDC – (Strategic Debriefing Course -or A.K.A.- STRAT-B)
- HT-JCOE – HUMINT Training – Joint Center of Excellence (HT-JCOE)
- IMAC – Intelligence Master Analyst (IMAC) Course
- JAICC – Joint Analyst-Interrogator Collaboration Course
- JHOC – Joint HUMINT Officers Course Fort Huachuca
- JICC – Joint Interrogation Certification Course
- MIBOLC – Military Intelligence Officer’s Basic Course
- MICCC – Military Intelligence Officer’s Captains Career Course & Reserve Captains Career Course
- RC-12 Guardrail – Army Fixed Wing Aviation Transition Course
- UAS & UAV – 150U, Instructor, Operator, & Maintainer Courses
- WIC – Weapons Intelligence Course
- WOAC -Warrant Officer’s Advanced Course
- WOBC – Warrant Officer’s Basic Course
For a full list of Fort Huachuca Schools and Courses, be sure to contact your S-3 Schools NCO or check out the full course listing on ATTRS – Army Training Requirements and Resources System.
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Other Fort Huachuca Assignments
Below are some of the many other assignments on Fort Huachuca that we cater to:
- Border Patrol- Bisbee, Douglas, Naco, & Nogales
- Garrison Headquarters – Fort Huachuca Garrison including JAG, IG, IMCOM, EPG, etc.
- JITC – Joint Interoperability Test Command (under DISA – Defense Information Systems Agency)
- NETCOM – Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)/9th Army Signal Command
- Signal Command – Kelly Ops and the 11th Signal Command
- U.S. Forest Service – Coronado National Memorial
Military Intelligence AOC, WMOS, & MOS/ASI Specialties & Courses
Commissioned officers are categorized by an area of concentration (AOC), Enlisted soldiers are classified by a military occupational specialty (MOS), and Warrant officers are classified by the warrant officer military occupational specialty (WOMOS) designation. The following is a complete list of Military Intelligence AOC, MOS, & WMOS specialties:
Military Intelligence Officers:
35C – Imagery Intelligence
35D – All Source Intelligence
35E – Counterintelligence
35F – Human Intelligence
35G – Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Military Intelligence Enlisted Personnel:
35F – Intelligence Analyst
35G – Imagery Analyst
35L – Counterintelligence Agent
35M – Human Intelligence Collector
35N – Signals Intelligence Analyst
35P – Cryptologic Linguist
35S – Signals Collector/Analyst
35T – Systems Maintainer/Integrator
35X – Senior Sergeant/Chief Intelligence Sgt
35Y – Chief Counter Intel/Human Intel Sgt
35Z – Signals Intel (Electronic Warfare)
Military Intelligence Warrant Officers:
350F – All Source Intelligence Technician
350G – Imagery Intelligence Technician
350Z – Attaché Technician
351L – Counterintelligence Agent
351M – Human Intelligence Collection Tech
351Y – Area Intelligence Technician
352N – Signal Intelligence Analysis Tech
352P – Voice Intercept Technician
352S – Signal Collection Technician
353T – IEW Systems Maintenance Tech
HUMINT – Human
GEOINT – Geospatial
MASINT – Measurement & Signature
OSINT – Open Source
SIGINT – Signals
TECHINT – Technical
FININT – Financial
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MI Captain’s Career Course at Fort Huachuca
The Military Intelligence Captain’s Career (MICCC) course on Fort Huachuca is a 20 week long course which falls under the direction and guidance of USAIC (US Army Intelligence Center). Currently the MICCC is run by the 304th Military Intelligence Battalion, which falls under the 111th MI Brigade which is a TRADOC (Training & Doctrine Command) unit.
MICCC Attendance Requirements
Career Military Intelligence Army officers will at some point be required to attend the MICCC while either a First Lieutenant promotable (1LT P) or as a Junior Captain (CPT). Attendance at the MICCC is usually completed prior to Company Command, although occasionally officers will go to the school as a senior Captain. The Career Course functions much like the MIBOLC (MI Basic Officer Leader’s Course), another one of the core Fort Huachuca MI Schools, which is required to be branch qualified at that rank. The MICCC like other Captain career courses, includes training specific to an officer’s branch. MI officers are expected to perform tasks ranging from intelligence preparation of the battlespace (IPB) to war-gaming and implementing MDMP (the Military Decision Making Process).
Is the Career Course a PCS (Permanent Change of Station) Move or TDY?
Currently Active Duty MI Captains are required to PCS to Fort Huachuca for the duration of the 5.5 month assignment. Because the career course is a PCS move and the officer will only draw BAH for Fort Huachuca (only one location), some students will bring their family, while others decide to rent one of our Furnished Apartments in Sierra Vista for 6 months, or officers attending the course may choose to stay in one of our Furnished TDY Housingrentals with classmates. If you’re unsure whether your assignment is a PCS or a TDY, be sure to check out our PCS Move Entitlements & Benefits page for additional information on short term travel and permanent re-assignments.
Active Duty Service Obligation – ADSO for the MICCC
The MICCC is like most Army schools in that because it requires a PCS move, there is an Active Duty Service Obligation. AR 350–100 specifically states: “officers who complete certain formal education or training programs, undergo a PCS, or certain promotions incur an ADSO.” Current Captains Career Course requirements are a one year ADSO post graduation, which can be served concurrently with a PCS move to another military installation. Certain Joint positions (for example CENTCOM or SOCOM, or an Air Force or Navy assignment) may or may not incur an additional service obligation. All MI branched officers can generally expect to be assigned to either a maneuver battalion, company command, or a staff position upon completion of the career course and any additional schooling.
Military Intel Officer Assignments post-MICCC
CONUS and OCONUS assignments after the Captain’s Career Course are levied by the Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (ISR) Branch Manager at PERSCOM and are based on an OML (order of merit list) as determined by the course evaluation, past performance, and personal preferences of the officer. MICCC graduates can expect to be sent to a key developmental (KD) assignments including a Battalion S2, MICO Command, BCT A/S2 or S2X/electronic attack officer, ACE (Analysis and control element officer), a Collection manager/targeting officer/watch officer, a training or support Company or detachment command, JRTC or NTC or a CTC observer/controller (OC), MI transition team advisor in a combat situation (either foreign nation TT), Developmental branch specific assignments will provide captains with exposure to the Army and in some cases, to JIIM organizations.
Reserve MI Captain’s Career Course – RC-MICCC
The Reserve MICCC at Fort Huachuca for National Guard and Reserve personnel is generally a TDY assignment lasting about a month long. The Army Intelligence Knowledge Network (IKN) Portal offers several distance learning courses as a pre-requisite for the MICCC. The RC-MICCC completion certificates do not offer any Army correspondence course credit for retirement points.
The RC-MICCC is broken down into four phases. Currently Phases I and III are long Distance Learning through the IKN portal, and Phases II and IV are resident courses requiring TDY travel which last 2 weeks each at Fort Huachuca. If traveling to the Reserve Component MICCC and requiring a furnished rental, be sure to check out all of our rentals which currently rent at GSA Per Diem Rates.
Military Intel Areas of Concentration (AOC) under ISR Branch
All of the following areas of concentration are offered through the Fort Huachuca Schools operated by UASAIC under the guidance of TRADOC (Training and Doctrine Command). The following schools can generally be taken either before or after the MICCC provided that the follow on assignment necessitates the additional skills identifier (ASI) and training.
CI 35E-counter intelligence
HUMINT 35F-human intelligence
IMINT 35C-imagery intelligence
MASINT 35D (all source) -measurement and signature intelligence
OSINT 35D (all source) -open-source intelligence
SIGINT 35G-signal intelligence
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