The 309th Military Intelligence Battalion is comprised of Active and Reserve component Soldiers, department of the Army civilians (DACs), and contracted instructors provided by companies such as Raytheon, General Dynamics, SAIC, Northrup Grumman, Engility and CACI who support the Military Intelligence professionals on Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
Fort Huachuca and the United States Army Center of Intelligence (USAICoE) are charged with training and doctrine (TRADOC).
The history of the 309th Military Intelligence Battalion:
“The 309th Military Intelligence Battalion conducts initial entry, collective, and functional training to produce competent, disciplined, and physically fit military intelligence warriors, instilled with the Army values, ready to join the Army at war.” (IKN.mil)
Demographics within the 309th Military Intelligence Battalion are:
Bottom Line up Front (BLUF) For the sakes of training and training purposes only
The age of Soldiers (adult learners) range from seventeen (17) and above. A student trainee must be at least a high school junior, with the consent of their parents to join the Army. Race and ethnicity are from all different walks of life. The medium community income of the student trainee ranges depending on their rank, time in service and date of rank.
- Active and Reserve component Soldiers
- Department of the Army civilians (DACs)
- Contracted instructors provided by companies such as Raytheon, General Dynamics, SAIC, Northrup Grumman, Engility, Sotera, STG and CACI