Potter relinquishes command today, headed for Afghanistan

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FORT HUACHUCA — This morning Maj. Gen. Gregg Potter will give up his command on the Army’s premier intelligence training center and this southern Arizona Army post.

But when it comes to the success of his slightly more than two-year assignment, Potter said it wasn’t a solo effort but rather a “we” one.

“I’m proud of what the people across the board accomplished,” Potter said.

From training at the Intelligence Center of Excellence to ensuring those assigned to the fort had good facilities, the general said the success includes a list of those in the intelligence school, the garrison supporters and the entire military partners of other commands on the post.

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