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General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army.  He is one of 3 African Americans in the Military Intelligence Branch to attain the rank of general officer.  He was born in New Braunfels, Texas.  Upon completion of the Reserve Officers Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View A University in 1955, he was commissioned a second lieutenant of Infantry Chemistry.

General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army. He is one of 3 African Americans in the Military Intelligence Branch to attain the rank of general officer. He was born in New Braunfels, Texas. Upon completion of the Reserve Officers Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View A University in 1955, he was commissioned a second lieutenant of Infantry Chemistry.

U.S. Army Military Intelligence Officer

U.S. Army Military Intelligence Officer

German POW officers line up after the surrender (May 1945). Most German officers of lower to medium rank were allowed to go home after a short period of processing. Anyone from the rank of colonel and above, however, was within the jurisdiction of Allied military intelligence and senior Allied commanders. Officers of General rank experienced significantly lengthier periods of processing and interrogation. #Germany #WWII #War

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 539

Military Intelligence is one of the United States Army's basic branches.

Military Intelligence is one of the United States Army's basic branches.

Wilhelm Canaris (1887–1945) was a German admiral, head of the German military intelligence service during WWII and a member of the German Resistance. His personal style as a gentleman was incompatible with the thuggish behaviour of most of the Nazis and his opposition to regime grew after witnessing mass exterminations in Poland. Although no direct link between him and various plots to assassinate Hitler were found, he was found guilty of treason and publicly marched to gallows naked.

Wilhelm Franz Canaris January 1887 – 9 April was a German admiral, head of the Abwehr, the German military intelligence service, from 1935 to 1944 and a member of the German Resistance.

Admiral Wilhelm Franz Canaris (1887 –1945) was chief of the Abwehr, the German military intelligence service, from 1935 to 1944. He was among the military officers involved in the clandestine opposition to Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime. He was executed in the Flossenbürg concentration camp for the act of high treason after the failed attempt of the opposition to assassinate Hitler on July 20, 1944.

Admiral Wilhelm Franz Canaris, head of the Abwehr (the German military intelligence service) and fellow conspirator

▶ TRUNEWS 6/1/15: It is the biggest scandal in American history, yet nobody whispers it in Washington! Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton armed, trained, and funded al-Qaeda and ISIS. It makes the Iran Contra scandal look silly in comparison. At least Ronald Reagan was trying to kill communists in Central America. Judicial Watch official Christopher Farrell, a former U.S. military intelligence officer, talks with Rick about the treasure trove of documents that confirm that Hillary Clinton and…

▶ TRUNEWS 6/1/15: It is the biggest scandal in American history, yet nobody whispers it in Washington! Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton armed, trained, and funded al-Qaeda and ISIS. It makes the Iran Contra scandal look silly in comparison. At least Ronald Reagan was trying to kill communists in Central America. Judicial Watch official Christopher Farrell, a former U.S. military intelligence officer, talks with Rick about the treasure trove of documents that confirm that Hillary Clinton and…

German soldiers in Poland 1939

German soldiers in Poland 1939 Wow. Ammo pouches and all. I must say though, BW is more emotionally ominous looking. Don't like thinking they were human.

Wilhelm Franz Canaris (1887-1945) was a German admiral and chief of the Abwehr, the German military intelligence service, from 1935 to 1944. During the World War II, he was among the officers involved in the clandestine opposition to Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime. He was executed in Flossenbürg concentration camp in April 1945.

Wilhelm Franz Canaris was a German admiral and chief of the Abwehr, the German military intelligence service, from 1935 to During the World War II, he was among the officers involved in the clandestine opposition to Adolf Hitler and the

A Soviet military intelligence officer turned lobbyist attended the meeting at Trump Tower last June between a Russian lawyer and Donald Trump Jr.

A Soviet military officer turned lobbyist attended the Trump Jr. meeting — and there may have been a 6th person, too

A Soviet military intelligence officer turned lobbyist attended the meeting at Trump Tower last June between a Russian lawyer and Donald Trump Jr.

Military Intelligence Pin - The officer branch insignia is a gold-colored metal dagger, point up, 11⁄4 inches overall in height, upon which there is a gold-colored metal heraldic sun composed of four straight and four wavy alternating rays, surmounted by a gold heraldic rose with dark blue enamel petals.

Military Intelligence Pin - The officer branch insignia is a gold-colored metal dagger, point up, 11⁄4 inches overall in height, upon which there is a gold-colored metal heraldic sun composed of four straight and four wavy alternating rays, surmounted by a gold heraldic rose with dark blue enamel petals.

Upon his retirement, General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army.  He is one of three African Americans in the Military Intelligence Branch to attain the rank of general officer.  He was born in New Braunfels, Texas.  Upon completion of the Reserve Officers Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View A University in 1955.

Upon his retirement, General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army. He is one of three African Americans in the Military Intelligence Branch to attain the rank of general officer. He was born in New Braunfels, Texas. Upon completion of the Reserve Officers Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View A University in 1955.

Air Force History: n 1920, Moorman spoke to the officers of the Military Intelligence Division in an effort to pass on insights relevant for the future. He recalled that his most pressing problem was obtaining adequate personnel...“The difficulty in finding men who could actually think without a guardian was surprising,” Moorman said. “It is hoped that one of the aims of the future will be to develop this ability in men chosen for code and cipher work.” #aerotechnews #dmafbnews

Air Force History: n 1920, Moorman spoke to the officers of the Military Intelligence Division in an effort to pass on insights relevant for the future. He recalled that his most pressing problem was obtaining adequate personnel...“The difficulty in finding men who could actually think without a guardian was surprising,” Moorman said. “It is hoped that one of the aims of the future will be to develop this ability in men chosen for code and cipher work.” #aerotechnews #dmafbnews

California congressman was lobbied by the same former Soviet military intelligence officer at the Trump meeting - LA Times

California congressman was lobbied by the same former Soviet military intelligence officer at the Trump meeting

California congressman was lobbied by the same former Soviet military intelligence officer at the Trump meeting - LA Times

Lieutenant (later Major, later Member of Parliament) Airey Neave, DSO, OBE, MC, the first officer to make a successful escape from Colditz PoW facility when he reached Switzerland in 1942. Neave was subsequently recruited to the military intelligence service, where he served for the remainder of the war.

Lieutenant (later Major, later Member of Parliament) Airey Neave, DSO, OBE, MC, the first officer to make a successful escape from Colditz PoW facility when he reached Switzerland in 1942. Neave was subsequently recruited to the military intelligence service, where he served for the remainder of the war.