San Antonio, US: LTG Paul E. Menoher has been named as the recipient of the 2011 Arthur C. Lundahl Lifetime Achievement Award during GEOINT 2011. The Award is presented, upon selection by the USGIF Board of Directors, to an influential member of the community who has dedicated much of his or her work to the geospatial intelligence tradecraft. Arthur C. “Art” Lundahl is recognised as the father of imagery analysis.
Menoher was an influential visionary and innovator throughout his career. He held a series of demanding positions of great responsibility during his 35 years of commissioned service, including Commanding General of the Army Intelligence Agency, Commanding General of the US Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, Commanding General of the Army Intelligence and Security Command and Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence.
Menoher pioneered for the Civilian Personnel Proponency System for the Army, taking the lead for Training and Doctrine Command to fully integrate the civilian professional intelligence workforce into the Military Intelligence Corps. He directed the action to consolidate and create new enlisted military occupational specialties to leverage the superb qualities of military intelligence (MI) soldiers, economise operations and provide assignment flexibility across the force.
Source: KMI Media Group