April 2, 2004

It Doesn’t Take A Hero But It Did Take The Marines

PETERSON AFB, Colo. -- Following the war against Iraq in 1991, a former “Desert Storm” Army commander wrote an autobiography entitled: “It Doesn’t Take A Hero.” On April 12, 2003, it did not take a

March 30, 2004

Standing Joint Force Headquarters-HLS Accomplishments Recognized

NORFOLK, Va. (March 26, 2004) – In a recognition ceremony held here today at the Joint Forces Staff College, Standing Joint Force Headquarters-Homeland Security (SJFHQ-HLS), a component command of

March 30, 2004

Mountain Men Change at Mountain Man

The end of an era led to a "new Deal" at the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center. On March 15, Maj. Gen. Kenneth M. “Mike” DeCuir relinquished command of CMOC to Brig. Gen. Duane Deal. The ceremony

March 30, 2004

Interns Spread the Word About USNORTHCOM

U.S. Northern Command is tapping virtually every communications route available – including “word of mouth” – to educate Americans about its homeland defense and support to civil authorities

March 23, 2004

NORAD, USNORTHCOM Net Over 30 Hoops Title

It was what a championship game is supposed to be … hard fought from the tipoff until the final buzzer sounded. Each team had its share of leads, but neither team could pull away from the other. With

March 3, 2004

JPEN Shares Antiterrorism Information Across Nation

U.S. Northern Command’s arsenal for deterring, preventing and defeating terrorism now includes an information sharing system with the capability of immediate dissemination of antiterrorism and force

March 1, 2004

New SEA Ready for Challenges

Marine Corps Sgt. Major D. Scott Frye has a message for the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) enlisted force: “You have one guy working for

Feb. 27, 2004

UDO4 Ups Ante for Future Exercises

The size, complexity, quality of decisions, and the ability to communicate effectively with the multiple agencies involved in “Unified Defense ‘04” have raised the bar for future U.S. Northern Command

Feb. 19, 2004

NORAD, USNORTHCOM Simulate Scenarios, Respond In Real Time

A major hurricane, a nuclear accident, and a nuclear detonation (all simulated, all occurring in Texas) are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg facing U.S. Northern Command forces during exercise

Feb. 11, 2004

Exercise Unified Defense 04 Announced

This month, the United States Northern Command will conduct Unified Defense 04, a major exercise designed to allow the command, Fifth Army, Joint Task Force Alaska and associated units to practice the