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Recent Photos

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...
New civil affairs brigade commander looks to continue readiness cycle New civil affairs brigade commander looks to continue...
Command Sergeant Major James Helmes, CSM for the 360th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne), out going commander 360th CA BDE (A), Col. Woodward Nunis, Brig. Gen. Alan...
Motown Showdown Motown Showdown
Sgt. Josh Painter, with the 412th Civil Affairs Battalion, makes his way along the 12k ruck march course during the joint best warrior competition, dubbed "Motown...
Civil affairs unit strives for greater impact in Delta region Civil affairs unit strives for greater impact in Delta...
Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Williams, command sergeant major of the 360th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne), asks a question in a missions brief Aug. 13 while visiting a...
Civil affairs unit strives for greater impact in Delta region Civil affairs unit strives for greater impact in Delta...
Kamron Hunt, O.D., owner of SEMO Vision in Malden, Mo., gives a free vision screening Aug. 12 to Elanora Booth, during the Innovative Readiness Training medical event...
Innovative Readiness Training brings smiles to Missouri community Innovative Readiness Training brings smiles to Missouri...
Spc. Brandy Henson, 431st Civil Affairs Battalion, Nancy Robbins, Sarah Isbell, Pfc. Rebekah Muday, 431st Civil Affairs Battalion, and Ingram Robinson share a candid...



Recent News Stories

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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...
Civil affairs unit strives for greater impact in Delta region Civil affairs unit strives for greater impact in Delta...
A Little Rock, Ark., Army civil affairs battalion goes beyond its city limits to have a substantial reach and impact in surrounding Mississippi Delta communities. ...
Innovative Readiness Training brings smiles to Missouri community Innovative Readiness Training brings smiles to Missouri...
Heartfelt gratitude and smiles achieve visible results during the continued Innovative Readiness Training medical mission that kicked of the beginning of August in...
Civil affairs soldiers distinguish themselves at Beach Warrior 2013 Civil affairs soldiers distinguish themselves at Beach...
Army Reserve soldiers from Northern Virginia and Flint, Mich., earned the right to call themselves the 352nd Civil Affairs Command’s best noncommissioned officer...



Recent Publications

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.