Service to the Nation

Della-Giustina, John E.
April 2000
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun2000, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p50
Focuses on the Reserve Intelligence Analyst (RIA) program of the Joint Task Force Six (JTF-6) which provides United States Defense Department counterdrug assistance to law enforcement agencies. Details on the program administration; Information on the training of counterdrug intelligence analysts; Military analyst roles and restrictions in JTF-6.


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