Another win for the Antiterrorism Office

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Another win for the Antiterrorism Office

by: Clint Stone, USAG Humphreys Public Affairs | .
OPNG | .
published: January 30, 2016

CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – The Humphreys Garrison Antiterrorism Office received another accolade when the Army named it the winner, Best Antiterrorism Program – Installation, Category B on Monday, Dec. 28, 2015.

A category B installation is a full-service garrison with a workforce of more than 15,000 but less than 20,000.

Humphreys competed against garrisons worldwide for the award. The Army award follows the best in IMCOM-Pacific award the AT program earned last month.

In addition to the Army-level award, Humphreys’ antiterrorism officer, James Price will participate in the 2016 IMCOM Headquarters Centralized Mentoring Program (HCMP) as a mentee. Price joins 35 selectees from this year’s candidate pool of 132 IMCOM employees worldwide.

Price is not the only U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys employee in the mentorship program. John W. Knee, Stationing Analyst; Luis C. Rosa Rodriguez, Lead Stationing Analyst; and So, Hyon Hui, Stationing Program Analyst in the Garrison Transformation office will join Price as mentees.

IMCOM selected David M. Hartsfield, Chief Plans, Analysis and Integration Office (PAIO) for a second year as a mentor.

The HCMP is one of the essential pillars of the IMCOM Workforce Development Program. HCMP matches competitively-selected mentees with senior leader mentors for a one year mentoring program which prepares employees for increased responsibility and higher level positions.

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