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The Military Intelligence Corps was activated on 1 July 1987 in accordance with the United States Army Regimental System. One year later, on 1 July 1988, the Military Intelligence Corps Hall of Fame was formally established. Its purpose is to honor those Soldiers and Civilians whose exceptional performances have made special contributions to the Military Intelligence profession.

To date, including the Class of 2019, 270 Military Intelligence professionals have been selected for membership in the MI Corps Hall of Fame. Each year, the selection process is deliberate and thorough. Each nomination is judged by a board of active and retired senior officers, warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and professional civilians. The board's recommendations are presented to the Chief of the Corps who makes the final selection. The inductees are then added to the Hall of Fame display, located in Alvarado Hall, the Headquarters of the US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, at Fort Huachuca as a lasting symbol of their legacy to the MI Corps.

Through the tabs on the top of this page, you will find information pertaining to past and current Hall of Fame activities; photographs, interviews and biographies of the MI Corps Hall of Fame inductees; and information about Distinguished Members of the Corps, Honorary Officers, and Honorary Members of the Corps. The most recent nomination procedures for the Hall of Fame are also provided.

You will also find information about the MI Corps four annual awards for Excellend in Military Intelligence:  the LTG Sidney T. Weinstein Award given to a deserving MI Captain; the CSM Doug Russell Award given to an exceptional enlisted Soldier who has contributed to the advancement of MI; the CW5 Rex Williams Award presented to a company-grade MI Warrant Officer, and the Mrs. Dorothe K. Matlack Award given to a Department of the Army Civilian for contributions to Military Intelligence. The nomination procedures are provided as well as biographies for past recipients of the awards.

For feedback or questions, contact usarmy.huachuca.icoe.mbx.command-historian@mail.mil or 520-533-4113 (DSN 821-4113).

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