501st Military Intelligence Brigade hosted the semi-annual NCO Induction Ceremony. Sgt. David Cho from the 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion was one of many NCOs inducted into the NCO Corps on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 28, 2018. (Photo by 1st LT. Sai Ruhlen)
NCOs from the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade recite The Charge of the NCO during the NCO Induction Ceremony on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 28, 2018. (Photo by 1st LT. Sai Ruhlen)
501st Military Intelligence Brigade NCO Induction Ceremony. From left to right 1st Sgt. Ruel Delosreyes, Command Sgt.Maj. Garth Newell, Command Sgt. Maj. Lance Kachermeyer, Command Sgt. Maj. Rodney Parker, Command Sgt. Maj. Kristen Grover, Sgt. Maj. Scott McGee, Sgt. Maj. Everitt Williamson, and Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse Townsend. Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 28, 2018. (Photo by 1st LT. Sai Ruhlen).
Soldiers from the 719th Military Intelligence Battalion pose with 1st place trophy from the Turkey Bowl on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 20, 2018. (U.S. Army Photo)
501st MI BDE Commander Col. James P. Walsh presents the Spirit Streamer to the 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion after the Turkey Trot on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 20, 2018. (U.S. Army Photo)
Senior Leaders from the Brigade served Soldiers and Civilians during a traditional Thanksgiving meal. From left to right Maj. Matthew Peterson, Maj. Maribel Cisneros, Lt. Col. Kelly Heth, Maj, (CH) Martin Cho, and Maj. John Kim, Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 22, 2018. (U.S. Army Photo)
Soldiers from HHC, 501st Military Intelligence Brigade flag football team pose for a photo before the Turkey Bowl on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, November 20, 2018. (Photo by 1st Sgt. Ruel Delosreyes)
Headquarters Service Company, 3rd MI BN hosted the first ever Quarterly Platoon Competition on 04 October 2018 at Camp Humphreys, South Korea. Winners of the Spartan Cup are from 3rd Platoon. From left to right 1st Lt. Blake, Spc. Keith, Pfc. Hong and Spc. Bradley. (Photo by 1st Sgt. Benjamin Rhode).
Gen Vincent K. Brooks, Commanding General USFK and Command Sgt. Maj. Steven L. Payton, Command Sergeant Major USFK, Lt. Col. Jason S. Meisel, Battalion Commander 524th MI BN along with the HHD, 524th MI BN Command Team honored Mrs. Aileen Welsh receiving the DOD Family Member Good Neighbor Award, USFK Headquarters, South Korea, 20 September 2018. (U.S. Army Photo)
From left to right, Capt. Aaron S. Byron (Incoming Commander), Lt. Col Jason S. Meisel (Battalion Commander) and Capt. Peter R. Teachout (Outgoing Commander), stand in view of the formation of Soldiers and NCOs of Alpha Detachment 524th MI BN during the unit's most recent change of command on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, 06 September 2018. (U.S. Army Photo)
501st Military Intelligence Brigade Change of Command at Camp Humphreys. 2Aug18.
Colonel James Walsh incoming Brigade Commander for the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade. 2Aug18.
Cake cutting ceremony after the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade Change of Command. From left to right Sophia Walsh, Colonel James Walsh, and Kelsey Walsh, Camp Humphreys, South Korea, August 2.
From left to right, Second Lieutenant Dawes, Warrant Officer One Myers, Staff Sergeant Kindelan, Corporal Kim, and Private First Class Rosvold. Winners of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade Best Warrior Competition. 13Apr18.
Physical readiness training with the USARPAC Command Sergeant Major Benjamin Jones and Soldiers of the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade. 3May18.
From left to right Command Sgt. Maj. Kristen L. Grover, Col. Wendy L. Harter (Guest Speaker), Col. Derrick S. Lee, and Col. Scott W. Mueller observes National Women's History Month and salutes the many contributions of American Women to our country on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, March 29. (Photo by Sgt. Gregory A. Narine)
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!