1ID

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1ID1st Infantry Division (US Army)
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The user jury was jointly planned and coordinated between the 1ID, the MCBL, CERDEC CP&I and the TCM Mission Command and Command Posts (MC/CP).
While at Fort Riley with the 1ID, one soldier stated that the Commander's Toolkit, or a Leader's Toolkit, should be available to all leaders,.
As part of a joint effort with 1ID, we also completed a convoy live-fire training course before the deployment.
We also formulated a Service Level Agreement with the RHN that allowed 1ID technicians to work inside the RHN to support 1ID's network and we tweaked the reporting procedures to establish reporting channels that included 1ID.
These solutions were successful in that 1ID was able to communicate throughout the breadth of Iraq during this deployment.
The June 2014 engagement at 1ID started in the Joint Operations Center.
1ID subscribers had an insatiable appetite not only for SIPR and NIPR data, but for secure voice as well.
LTC Rovegno remained the 1ID GZ, working extensively in Germany and Macedonia until February 1999 when he took command of the 101st MI Battalion and deployed with the battalion as part of the Kosovo Initial Entry Force in June, remaining in Kosovo just over one year.
The key concept behind enabling an effective ISF was the creation of the Joint Coordination Center, one of which was formed in each major city in Area of Operations Danger, the 1ID AO.
Following the M1 Officer Transition and Advanced Courses, he served in a variety of positions in the G2, Division ACE, and S2 for TF 1-26 IN in Bosnia with 1ID.
LTC Rovegno remained the 1ID G2, working extensively in Germany and Macedonia until February 1999 when he took command of the 10 1st MI Battalion and deployed with the battalion as part of the Kosovo Initial Entry Force in June, remaining in Kosovo just over one year.
First Lieutenant Mike Crane is currently the Operations Platoon Leader of B Company, 101st Military Intelligence Battalion, 1ID in Wuerzburg, Germany.