To put together the "intellectual diversions," the OPMG created the Prisoner of War Special Projects Division (SPD) under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Edward Davison and Major Maxwell McKnight in 1944.
Scholar Ron Robin, author of The Barbed-Wire College: Reeducating German POWs in the United States during World War II (1995) argues that the program's overly academic slant failed to reach the average soldier and thus did not accomplish the goals set forth by the OPMG. Krammer, however, believes that if even one POW carried democratic ideals learned from the reeducation program back to Germany and used them in his own life, then the program worked.
The Antiterrorism Division, OPMG, used JARVISS to directly support an open-post event at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, over the Independence Day holiday.
The Law Enforcement and Antiterrorism Divisions, OPMG, met with the Installation Management Command, Law Enforcement Division, and users from Fort Drum, New York; Fort Bragg, North Carolina; and the U.S.
is also casting, furnishing and erecting the precast cells for the CCA-Red Rock Correctional Facility, which is expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2006.
Organizations that took part in the moving museum experience included the OPMG headquarters staff, the U.S.
David Friedman, regional director for the Anti-Defamation League, and Major Charcillea Schaefer of the Plans and Policy Division, OPMG, indicated that strong Army Values are some of the main factors that guide Soldiers in making the right decisions in their professional lives.
OPMG has been unable to verify the deaths of these individuals with the Social Security Administration.
For the past 2 years, OPMG has collaborated with the U.S.
also partnered with CID to provide criminal intelligence analysts and military and DA civilian police investigators with a criminal intelligence analytical tool.
requested USMS analytical and operational assistance in locating and apprehending felony deserters.
The "Army Antiterrorism Strategic Plan" (2) (ATSP), which was developed by OPMG
in direct support of the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, focuses and supports Army AT policy.