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751th Military Intelligence Battalion
"Red Dragons" / "Silent Warriors"

On 16 June 2000, the 751st Military Intelligence Battalion was inactivated and its personnel reflagged as the 527th Military Intelligence Battalion.

The mission of the 751st Military Intelligence Battalion was to continuously collect, process, analyze, synthesize and disseminate intelligence to joint and combined warfighters on peninsula, and to theater level consumers.

751st Military Intelligence Battalion evolved from the redesignation and relocations of various United States Army Security Agency (USASA) units. The Battalion was located at Zoeckler Station, a sub-installation of Camp Humphreys. The senior USASA organization in Korea, the 508th USASA Group was redesignated as USASA Group Korea and moved to Camp Humphreys on 9 March 1970. On 30 September 1971, USASA Field Station Korea and 332nd ASA Operations Company (forward) were activated. The Field Station was resubordinated in April 1977 to the newly formed 501st Military Intelligence Group, headquartered in Seoul. At this time, USASA Field Station Korea became US Army Field Station Korea with 4 subordinate units: Headquarters and Service Company, Operations Company, 332nd ASA Operations Company (transferred to 532nd Military Intelligence Battalion in 1986), and the 146th ASA Aviation Company (subsequently reorganized as 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion).

US Army Field Station Korea was redesignated as the 751st Military Intelligence Battalion on 7 January 1988.

On 16 June 2000, the 751st Military Intelligence Battalion was inactivated and its personnel reflagged as the 527th Military Intelligence Battalion. The 527th Military Intelligence Battalion, previously serving in Germany, was subsequently reactivated in Korea.




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