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Recent Photos

Civil Affairs and PSYOP Soldiers make running the 30th Army Ten-Miler personal Civil Affairs and PSYOP Soldiers make running the 30th...
Lt. Col. Jeff Farris, battalion commander for the 450th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne), is greeted by his wife Karen, after finishing the 30th Army Ten-Miler Oct....
Medic applies stitches Medic applies stitches
Staff Sgt. Hector Rivera, medic, applies stitches to an injured Soldier's hand. Capt. Justin Stafford, Physician Assistant, offers assistance and oversight. Rivera...
412th Civil Affairs Battalion airborne jump 412th Civil Affairs Battalion airborne jump
Soldiers of the 412th Civil Affairs Battalion practice the “hit-it” drill to rehearse their exit during pre-jump under the watchful eyes of jumpmasters on Aug. 7,...
The Civil Affairs’ Vibrant Response The Civil Affairs’ Vibrant Response
Capt. Bradley Orndorff, team leader, Bravo Company, 412th Civil Affairs Battalion, reviews his mission with the incident commander, David Matthews, on Aug. 6, 2014,...
A change of command A change of command
Outgoing HHC Commander, Maj. Brandon Mills, hands the HHC colors to Brig. Gen. Alan Stolte, 352nd Civil Affairs Command commander.
Embrace the Challenge Embrace the Challenge
Army Maj. Marci Hodge, second from the left, with fellow female service members at Afghanistan's First National Women's Shura hosted by International Security...



Recent News Stories

The 30th Annual Army Ten-Miler gets personal The 30th Annual Army Ten-Miler gets personal
Running the distance for more than competition brought a group of civil affairs and psychological operations Soldiers together to participate in the Army Ten-Miler in...
The Civil Affairs’ Vibrant Response The Civil Affairs’ Vibrant Response
A major American city is hit by a nuclear weapon and various U.S. government agencies, the U.S. military, and non-governmental agencies respond to the crisis. Two...
A change of command A change of command
The guidon for a Fort Meade, Maryland, civil affairs unit were handed to a new commander at a change-of-command ceremony held here June 29 at the Capt. John E....
Embrace the Challenge Embrace the Challenge
Today, female Soldiers work and live side-by-side their male counterparts in combat zones. One of those Soldiers, Army Maj. Marci Hodge, proves how women join the...
New civil affairs brigade commander looks to continue readiness cycle New civil affairs brigade commander looks to continue...
The brigade colors for a Fort Jackson civil affairs unit were handed to an alumnus of Mississippi State University and the Thurgood Marshall School of Law to welcome...
Motown Showdown Motown Showdown
The quest to find the Army’s best warrior this year centered around the Motown Showdown for the Soldiers of the 352nd Civil Affairs Command and the 2nd...



Recent Publications

CACOM Courier - 11.17.2014
CACOM Courier - 11.17.2014
Fall 2014 Feature Stories: The Army Ten-Miler Gets Personal The Civil Affairs' Vibrant Response Star Performance Academy
CACOM Courier - 08.30.2014
CACOM Courier - 08.30.2014
This issue highlights summer annual training at the 352nd CACOM. Also features Promotions, advancements, and a note from the CACOM commander.
CACOM Courier - 05.02.2014
CACOM Courier - 05.02.2014
The 352nd Civil Affairs Command April News Letter 2014.
CACOM Courier - 08.10.2013
CACOM Courier - 08.10.2013
This is the June/July Issue. It features the Beach Warrior Story with highlights of unit training events within the command. This issue also takes a look at how CACOM...
CACOM Courier - 03.11.2013
CACOM Courier - 03.11.2013
In this issue: A message from former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and stories detailing training conducted by the 422nd and 412th Civil Affairs Battalion.
CACOM Courier - 01.17.2013
CACOM Courier - 01.17.2013
This will be a quarterly newsletter, focusing on the 352 CACOM and all of its subordinate units.