U.S. Army military intelligence is a complex environment with many military occupational specialties supporting the mission. Signals intelligence analysts examine foreign communication and forward that information to their commanders or higher authority. May 30, Company B, 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion, 504th Military Intelligence Brigade, headed to a training site to hone their skills in examining intelligence through low-level voice interception. Soldiers left mid-morning on a ruck march to their training site on West Fort Hood (Now designated Fort Cavazos). After completing their ruck march, the Soldiers completed training on antenna group OE-254 and the Wolfhound Handheld Threat Warning System. After training, they completed mission set to observe the training in action.
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