The Tom Smith New Mexico Chapter

Revision Date 11/08/2020


Home    About our Chapter       Meeting and Location      Nat HQ website     How to become a Member

Members Only - The Good Stuff   (Chapter News Letters, By-Laws, Articles, etc.)        webmaster@afionm.org


What's new:


For access to the Members Only website area, please contact Sam Shaw for the username and password if you do not already have it.

Newsletters updated under Members section.
-
Our November 11th. meeting will be in-person at Sunnyside Up Cafe.


       Our meeting this month is on Wednesday November 11h, for those who feel comfortable enough to venture out and attend. The room should be available by 11:00 and orders placed by 11:30 when the meeting is scheduled to begin. We have been delayed the last two meetings in accessing our room due to the restaurant using the room for regular diners, due to the restricted number of occupants allowed, but have told me that they will make a more concerted effort to have it ready for us by 11:00. Masks are encouraged but optional and no one will take offence at whatever your choice is after you are in our meeting room. October's meeting went well, again with 6 of us in attendance. It was good to see Hamid again as he made it up from Las Cruces. Tom did part 1 of his presentation, on things leading up to the current situation in Belarus.

A reminder that we still need nominations and have an election for the 2020 - 2022 term of Chapter officers but the voting can wait until we are meeting in strength again, which may not be until later next year. The current officers will continue in their capacity until such a time as this, but are looking forward to those elections.

Hope you have been able to get your flu shot, and remember to stay safe out there.

November's Speaker: TBD

Topic:

I hope you are all doing well and staying safe. Looking forwarded to this virus crisis being over so we can all meet again with no concerns.

  A Password is needed for the Members Only section of this Website.

  Please contact Chapter President for User Name and Password if you are a new member or have forgotten it: Sam Shaw - Phone: 505-379-3963   or   e-mail: President@afionm.org to request it.

- Home -

    I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all

AFIO Principles and Objectives AFIO

Chapters are fully autonomous groups supported and chartered by AFIO National Headquarters to conduct activities in consonance with current AFIO bylaws, principles and educational objectives. Through meetings, publications and scholarships, Chapter members and Associate members serve to maintain and strengthen professional and collegiate bonds.

AFIO members subscribe to the US intelligence community’s core values of patriotism, excellence, integrity, dedication and loyalty. By understanding the history of intelligence from its ancient world underpinnings to twenty-first century wizardry, AFIO’s key objectives and principles are to support today’s needs and foster forward thinking for:

A strong and responsible national intelligence establishment able to manage growing threats and issues in today’s globally intertwined environment.

Understanding of the intellectual, political, business and public communities for an effective and cohesive national intelligence infrastructure.

Strategies in intelligence operations that support leaders at the local, state and federal levels as they make timely security decisions.

Stimulation of interest in the career needs of US Intelligence and its contractors, among a wide range of students at high schools and universities around the country.

Execution of effective national policies that advance the defense and security of the country, its citizens and its allies.

 

Intelligence Community Member Organizations:

  Army Intelligence       Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency

Central Intelligence Agency     Defense Intelligence Agency      Department of Energy

Department of State      Department of the Treasury      Drug Enforcement Administration     

Federal Bureau of Investigation NSB      Marine Corps Intelligence      National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

     National Intelligence       National Reconnaissance Office     National Security Agency     Navy Intelligence

US Coast Guard      US Marshals Service     US Postal Service


State, County & Local Law Enforcement