CSA's Focus Area 16: Actionable Intelligence…

Iwicki, Stephen K.
October 2004
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct-Dec2004, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p43
Discusses the accomplishments of the Army Focus Area of the U.S. Army since its operation in October 2003. Objectives of the Task Force Modularity; Challenges faced by military officials in its attempt to leverage the intelligence services; Efforts of the U.S. Army to achieve professional development of military intelligence branch.


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