Col. Derrick S. Lee leads the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade on a run in order to foster esprit de corps on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, September 15. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Col. Derrick S. Lee awards the 532nd Military Intelligence Battalion the ragon Spirit streamer on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, September 15. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Members of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade participates in a Pugel Stick match during the Red Dragon Day on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, September 15. (Photo by Spc Jordan S. Pryce)
Spc. Jonathan P. Austin breaks a tackle while participating in the Red Dragon Day Flag Football match on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, September 15. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Members of the 719th Military Intelligence Battalion participates in a Tug of War match during Red Dragon Day on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, September 15. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Col. Derrick S. Lee presents the commander of the 532nd Military Intelligence Brigade the Overall winner's trophy for Red Dragon Day on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, September 15. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
On Camp Humphreys Aug 30, 501st MI Bde hosts NBC broadcasting team; Vivian Kim-producer, Richard Engle- reporter and Kyle Eppler- camera man (Center). Maj. Buttram, Maj. Meachant, and Capt. Jimenez, (left). Lt. Col. Severn, Lt. Col. Hursey, and Maj. Wiebeld (right). (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Karim B. Clarke)
On Camp Humphreys Aug 15, from left to right Command Sgt. Maj. Grover, Lt. Col. Severn, Lt. Col. Hursey, Maj. Meachant, Maj. Staton, Maj. Buttram along with Al Jazeera media team. (Photo bySgt. 1st Class Karim B. Clarke)
Col. Derrick S. Lee leads the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade on a run in order to foster esprit de corps on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, July 14. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Col. Derrick S. Lee awards the 719th Military Intelligence Battalion the Dragon Spirit streamer on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, July 14. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Command Sgt. Maj. Kristen L. Grover speaks to the Brigade upon completion of a Brigade run on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, July 14. (Photo by Spc. Jordan S. Pryce)
Col. Derrick S. Lee, Lt. Col. Jason S. Meisel and Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph D. DiMaggio uncase the Battalion Colors during the reactivation ceremony of the 524th Military Intelligence Battalion on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, October 13. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Vincent C. Floyd)
Col. Derrick S. Lee (Reviewing Officer), Lt. Col. Jason S. Meisel (Battalion Commander) and Maj. Robert F. Murry (Commander of Troops) executes pass and review during the reactivation ceremony of the 524th Military Intelligence Battalion on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, October 13. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Vincent C. Floyd)
On Camp Humphreys October 13, 501st Military Intelligence Brigade hosts the reactivation ceremony of the 524th Military Intelligence Battalion, “Collect and Protect.” (Photo by Staff Sgt. Vincent C. Floyd)
The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade has a legacy of service as the eyes and ears for the longest-standing stabilization force mission in U.S. military history. The brigade is dedicated to supporting combined forces operations upholding the armistice agreement that ended hostile action on the Korean Peninsula in 1953.
The brigade, headquartered in Seoul, Korea, along with its five battalions, is a uniquely configured military intelligence organization incorporating all forms of traditional and developing intelligence collection, analysis and dissemination technologies. The 501st MI Brigade is the only Army unit of its kind containing organic assets that span the full array of intelligence disciplines: imagery, signals, measurement and signatures, and human intelligence.
The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade conducts theater level multi-discipline intelligence for Joint and Combined Warfighters from the Republic of Korea.
The 501st Military Intelligence Brigade welcomes new members coming to Korea. Are you heading for a tour here? Please send us an email. We can help you prepare, answer questions and ease your transition once you arrive. It's always best to plan ahead!