Admiral Bobby R. Inman Intelligence Chair Dedication Ceremony
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Today is a very important day for Naval Intelligence. The creation of The Admiral Bobby R. Inman Intelligence Chair recognizes the significance ,)f the academic partnership between the Office of Naval Intelligence and [he Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). In today's post-Cold War world. naval intelligence professionals find themselves working in very demanding, dynamic. and highly technical environments addressing a broad spectrum of issues. The Intelligence Program offered by NPS teaches our officers and civilian intelligence analysts to think and provides them with the unique and critical skills necessary to excel in the execution of their duties.
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