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Civil affars battalion changes command at historic Riverdale House Museum Civil affars battalion changes command at historic...
Lt. Col. Jeffrey M. Farris, outgoing commander of the 450th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne), hands the unit colors to Col. Isaac Johnson Jr., 360th Civil Affairs...
Rasul uses language to mediate at NTC Rasul uses language to mediate at NTC
Spc. Bilal Rasul (center), a civil affairs specialist who speaks Arabic, diffuses a dangerous situation. The Arabic villager was speaking ill about the PSYOP sergeant...
412th noncommissioned officer at NTC 412th noncommissioned officer at NTC
412th Sgt. Corey Damron interacts with a local villager during NTC 15-07.
91-year-old-paratrooper visits 412th 91-year-old-paratrooper visits 412th
Left to right: Capt. Justin Stafford, Andrew Foltin, and the Executive Officer of 412th, Maj. Josef Freer, a jumpmaster, pose with the World War II paratrooper before...
Retired general visits 412th Airborne operation Retired general visits 412th Airborne operation
Master Sgt. Russell Lavoie, a jumpmaster assigned to the 15th PSYOP Battalion based in Cincinnati, Ohio, organizes equipment during the 412th Civil Affairs...
US Army War College graduation US Army War College graduation
Col. Jeremy Alan Crist, Operations Team Chief for the 352nd Civil Affairs Command, a U.S. Army Reserve unit located at Fort Meade, Maryland, graduated from U.S. Army...



Recent News Stories

US Army War College graduation US Army War College graduation
Four officers, Col. Jeremy Alan Crist, Col. Gene Del Bianco, Lt. Col. Dennis H. Greco, and Lt. Col.James Michael Guelcher, from the 352nd Civil Affairs Command...
Far from sea, close to home Far from sea, close to home
Miles from water, a lighthouse stands over a church. The distance of the Dexter community from water makes the lighthouse an unusual but welcome sight, much like the...
Civil affars battalion changes command at historic Riverdale House Museum Civil affars battalion changes command at historic...
The 450th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne), a U.S. Army Reserve unit in Riverdale Park, Maryland, conducted a change of command ceremony on July 11, 2015.
412th trains at NTC Fort Irwin 412th trains at NTC Fort Irwin
A mangy coyote scurried across the sand. Powerful condors fought the 50-mile-per hour wind gusts and seemed temporarily halted by the conditions. As sand and...
412th Civil Affairs Battalion specialist uses language skills to help 412th Civil Affairs Battalion specialist uses language...
Army Civil Affairs Specialist Bilal Rasul was born in Youngstown, Ohio. Soon afterward, his family relocated to the town of Al-Birah, in Palestine, when he was a...
Relevant, ready and resilient
In 2012, the 422nd Civil Affairs Battalion, a U.S. Army Reserve unit located in Greensboro, North Carolina, successfully implemented the pilot Comprehensive Soldier...



Recent Publications

CACOM Courier - 06.27.2015
CACOM Courier - 06.27.2015
352nd Civil Affairs Command Spring 2015 Newsletter
CACOM Courier - 03.22.2015
CACOM Courier - 03.22.2015
Winter 2015 Edition of the Quarterly newsletter for the 352 Civil Affairs Command, Ft. Meade, Maryland.
CACOM Courier - 12.22.2014
CACOM Courier - 12.22.2014
The 352nd CACOM Courier first Holiday Issue. Featuring highlights of holiday events around the CACOM to include the 17th Annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop.
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.