Army Intelligence (Army Intel)
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Army intelligence is one of 16 elements of the "intelligence community" (IC). The Department of the Army's IC component is also known as Army Military Intelligence (Army MI). The deputy chief of staff (DCS) G-2 is the Army staff principal responsible for Army MI. The DCS G-2 mission is to formulate Army intelligence policy, plans, programs and budgets and is responsible for Army-level oversight of multidisciplined intelligence operations, intelligence support to computer network operations, MI personnel, training, readiness and equipping, security, foreign liaison and future threats. The DCS G-2 plans and executes the Army Intelligence Campaign Plan in support of Army transformation, enabling effective all-source intelligence at brigade combat team, battalion and company levels, as well as other tactical Army organizations and activities.
The Army's operational-level intelligence organization is the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) in Fort Belvoir, Va. The Army's Military Intelligence Readiness Command (MIRC) is responsible for overseeing Army Reserve intelligence activities and is located alongside INSCOM in Fort Belvoir. The MIRC reports to the U.S. Army Reserve Command.
The Army's principal intelligence training organization is the U.S. Army Intelligence Center (USAIC) in Fort Huachuca, Ariz. The USAIC reports to the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.
The National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) provides the Army with military, scientific and technical intelligence. The NGIC is in Charlottesville and reports to INSCOM.
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- Management consulting and administration
- Air and satellite operations
- Border control
- Counter-drug operations
- Counter-IED explosives operations
- Cyber operations
- Facilities and Infrastructure
- Ground force operations
- Human intelligence
- Information technology
- Intelligence analysis
- Law enforcement
- Staffing and personnel
- Psychological operations
- Building and personal security
- Technical intelligence
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