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Soldiers from the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, and the U.S. Army Reserve's 259th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, gathered at French Theater, on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Monday, July 10, 2018, to commemorate the start of Exercise Always Engaged.

"Always Engaged" is a first of its kind, multi-component, and multi-discipline intelligence exercise that's structured to support total force integration between America's I Corps, 7th Infantry Division, First Army, the 201st EMIB, and the 259th EMIB.

Over the next fourteen days the 201st EMIB will help evaluate and certify the 259th EMIB, as well as assist them as they conduct focus exercises in maintenance and support operations. (U.S. Army photos by Staff Sgt. Chris McCullough)

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The Army Commendation Medal is presented for meritorious service while supporting Disrupter Hwal. Their exemplary performance and outstanding leadership directly contributed to the success of the exercise. Their actions are keeping with the finest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon themselves, the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, and the United States Army. Signed Todd A. Berry, Colonel, MI, Commanding.

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Chief Warrant Officer 5 (Retired) Michael Fried was presented the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteer Service at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, July 6, 2018. The award recognizes United States citizens who have dedicated 4,000 or more hours of volunteer service over their lifetime. Mr. Fried has accrued over 40,000 hours of service (approximately 21 years' worth) in addition to his 42 years of uniformed service to the nation. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Chris McCullough)

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Col. Todd A. Berry, 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade commanding officer, leads Soldiers from the brigade on a four-mile run on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington July 6, 2017. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Chris McCullough)

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Col. Todd A. Berry, 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade commanding officer, leads Soldiers from the brigade on a four-mile run on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington July 6, 2017. (U.S. Army photos by Staff Sgt. Chris McCullough & Spc. Jaivon Danzy)

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The #SoundOfFreedom. Happy Independence Day, Gryphons.

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The Secretary of the Army has reposed special trust and confidence in the patriotism, valor, fidelity and professional excellence of these Soldiers. In view of their qualities and demonstrated leadership potential and dedicated service to the United States Army, they are, therefore, promoted.

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#OTD in 1987 the Military Intelligence Corps was activated as a regiment under the U.S. Army Regimental System. All United States Army Military Intelligence personnel are members of the Military Intelligence Corps. Learn more about the activation of our Military Intelligence Corps at http://go.usa.gov/xnuFD

TRAFFIC ALERT: Pendleton Avenue is open to traffic.

Yesterday two-time Super Bowl Champion, Rob Gronkowski -Gronk, All-Pro tight end for the New England Patriots was at the Lewis Main Exchange for an autograph session. The 201st EMIB was on hand, not only to cover the event but get a couple signatures as well. Thanks to CW2 Jamie Switras, with the 502d MI BN, for making the happen. ICYMI, the full story can be found here: https://www.army.mil/article/207904/

I Corps​, 7th Infantry Division​, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division​, 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion

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Two-time Super Bowl Champion, Rob Gronkowski -Gronk, All-Pro tight end for the New England Patriots, could be expected to be having fun during his time off before training camp begins next month, yet Wednesday afternoon the Gronk was found honoring the Soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, with an autograph session at the Lewis Main Exchange. https://www.army.mil/article/207904/

I Corps, 7th Infantry Division, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion

TRAFFIC ALERT: JBLM will conduct a 24-hour Nine-Gate Access Plan exercise starting tonight.

During the exercise, these nine gates will be OPEN:
* On Lewis Main -- Liberty Gate, 2 inbound lanes only; Madigan Gate, East Gate; DuPont Gate; and Logistics Center Gate
* On Lewis North -- Lewis North Gate; Integrity Gate
* On McChord Field -- McChord Field Main Gate and Barnes Gate

During the exercise, these six gates will be CLOSED:
* On Lewis Main -- The RCF Gate with access to Center Dr. and Mounts Rd.; and the Transmission Line Gate On Lewis North; The D. Street Gate
* On McChord Field -- McChord Field North Gate; Woodbrook Housing Gate, and the Commercial Vehicle Inspection Point

All 15 JBLM gates will return to normal operations on Thursday, June 21 Joint Base Operations Center: (253) 967-0015

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Joint Base Lewis-McChord will close six gates to the base for 24 hours next week to test whether fewer gates can handle the base's population "in the event contingency operations or a work force reduction require gate closures," according to a news release from the base.

These six gates will close at 9 p.m. Tuesday: RCF (with access to Center Drive and Mounts Road), Transmission Line, D Street, McChord North, Woodbrook Housing, and McChord Commercial Vehicle Inspection Point.

Nine gates will be open during the exercise: Lewis Main Liberty (inbound only), Madigan, East, DuPont, Logistics Center, Lewis North , Integrity, McChord Field Main and Barnes.

https://www.theolympian.com/news/local/article213106829.html

Col. Todd Berry, commander of the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade and Command Sgt. Maj. Jose Melendez, the "Gryphons" Brigade CSM, led the brigade on a I Corps-led run that included over 12,000 Soldiers. It was part of the corp's celebration in honor of the Army’s 243rd birthday, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, June 14. It was the first corps run since 2009 and marked the 243rd Army Birthday, as well as the 100th year since America's First Corps was activated in Neufchâteau, France in 1918.

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The 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, bid farewell to 1st Sgt. Roger Dover, the outgoing senior enlisted leader for Headquarters and Headquarters Company, and welcomed 1st Sgt. Theresa Hudson, the incoming senior enlisted leader for the Hellhounds Company, during a Change of Responsibility ceremony held on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, June 8, 2018. The Brigade would like to thank 1st Sgt. Dover for his dedication to the Hellhound Soldiers and say to 1st Sgt. Hudson, "Welcome to the best Company in the Army!"

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What did you do this weekend? Some of our 201st EMIB #GryphonWarriors were at Vassault Park, in Tacoma, on Saturday, June 9, for the 43rd running of the 12K Sound to Narrrows Military Run.

The #RunS2N is the South Sound's kick-off to summer. It includes the state's oldest 12k, as well as a fast and challenging 5k route, though all I Corps Soldiers raced in the 12k. (Courtesy Photo)

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The 502d Military Intelligence Battalion took part in the Sound to Narrows run Saturday, June 9 -- a 12K run from Vassault Park, through Point Defiance Park, and back. CPT Jensen, 1LT Wright, 2LT Bayer and 1LT McClendon represented their battalion as part of the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade "Super Squad" which maintained a 7:45 pace over the 7.45 mile route. As well, CPT Porter, 1LT Walkingstick and 1SG Lukowski ran with teammates from the 109th Expeditionary MI Battalion to round out the nearly 50 Soldier #GryphonBrigade team. (Courtesy Photo)

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Our 201st EMIB #GryphonWarriors are at Vassault Park, in Tacoma, for the 43rd running of the I Corps / Sound to Narrrows Military Run.

The #RunS2N is the South Sound's kick-off to summer. It includes the state's oldest 12k, as well as a fast and challenging 5k route. All I Corps Soldiers will be racing the 12k.

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