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Members of the Deputy CIO/G-6 Quarterly Workgroup gather for a photo outside Greely Hall, at Fort Huachuca, AZ. The workgroup meets regularly to synchronize Army and theater-level actions affecting operations of the Army network. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
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A Soldier from Headquarters Company, NETCOM, uses available cover to ambush his opponents during a paintball match Oct. 2, during the unit's sports day at the Fort Huachuca Sportsman's Center. (U.S. Army photo by Lawrence Boyd)
Spc. Kyle Baker (left) assists Maj. Gen. John B. Morrison Jr. (right) and Command Sgt. Maj. Stephfon Watson with laying a wreath inside the Signal Cove of Remembrance, as a tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice from Sept. 11, 2001 to the present. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
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Members of the Community Leaders' Panel, part of NETCOM Women's Equality Observance, speak to members of the command about the importance of voting and equality for women. Gwen Calhoun, Diana Douglas and Grace Wiggins, all long-time community residents with long histories of service, answered questions and delivered their opinions on how they see women's roles in voting and the 19th Amendment. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
Charlie Fulford, NETCOM G-3, looks at his retirement certificate with NETCOM Commanding General, Maj. Gen. John Morrison Jr., during a retirement ceremony Aug. 27.
Members of the NETCOM Command Group bid Charlie Fulford (far right), NETCOM G-3, and his family farewell and good luck during Fulford's retirement luncheon Aug. 27, at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre on Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Fulford is retiring after more than 46 years of Federal service - 26 as a Soldier and 20 as a Civilian. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond Chandler speaks to Soldiers on Fort Huachuca, Arizona, during a visit to the post Aug. 20-21. SMA Chandler discussed the possible future force structure and opportunities still available to Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tim Chatlos)
Sgt. Maj. Vickie Rivera, sergeant major of the Human Resources Command Retention and Reclassification Division, talks to Career Counselors at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona, giving them the low-down on the possible future as the Army right-sizes its force structure. The Network Enterprise Technology Command's Retention Office hosted a training event for its Career Counselors and those of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. The training was done to keep abreast of new retention guidelines, network with other Army Career Counselors and share information. (U.S Army photo by Eric Hortin)
Major General John B. Morrison Jr. received his commission through ROTC at James Madison
University in Virginia where he graduated in 1986 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree,
majoring in marketing. He also holds a Master of Science Degree in Telecommunications Management
from Webster University and a Master of Strategic Resourcing from the Industrial College of the Armed
His military education includes Signal Officer Basic Course, Officer Advanced Course, the Tactical
Signal Officer's Staff Course, and the Advanced Airborne (Jumpmaster) School. In addition to ICAF,
Major General Morrison is also a graduate of both the Command and General Staff College (CGSC) and
the Joint Forces Staff College.
Colonel Gerald Miller assumed his current position as the Deputy Commander on Dec. 18, 2013.
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Eastern Kentucky University where he earned his commission as a Second Lieutenant through the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps program.
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Colonel Kris Kramarich is currently the NETCOM Chief of Staff.
COL Kramarich is a graduate of the Naval War College, Army Command and General Staff College, Signal Officer Advanced Course, Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course, and the Basic and Advanced Airborne Schools. She earned Masters Degrees in Telecommunications Management from Webster University and National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College.
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