Redefining intelligence support in a resource constrained environment
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The intelligence community must embrace technology and an organizational restructuring to provide more accurate, effective, and efficient intelligence while reducing its resource footprint. With the establishment of permanent intelligence fusion centers stateside, reporters, analysts, linguists and watch officers can focus their energy on training a more professional, capable force while providing increasingly complex and sophisticated analysis to support operators on the ground.
2011 Special Operations Essay, 1st place winner. “Captain Carrick Longley is a U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence Officer. He submitted this paper while attending the Naval Postgraduate School for a Master of Science in Information Warfare Systems Engineering and working towards completing his Joint Professional Military Education Phase I at the Naval War College Distance Education Program. He is currently assigned to the Naval Postgraduate School where he is pursuing a Doctorate in Information Sciences.”
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