IIIth Training Notes

Watson, Russell W.; Vanotten, George A.
July 2003
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jul-Sep2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p65
Focuses on the reorganization of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center directed by Brigadier General John Custer. Transfer of training development and support missions to the Directorate of Training Development and Support; Realignment of functions of the Military Intelligence Battle Command Battle Lab.


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