Analysis and Control Team-The New Force Multiplier

Diaz, Victor J.
July 2000
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jul-Sep2000, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p21
Reveals the results of a study that defined the roles and responsibilities of the Analysis and Control Team (ACT) of the 103d Military Intelligence Battalion of the United States Army. How the ACT is described in Army regulations; Mission of the ACT; Overview of the problem with the ACT; How the ACT was redefined. INSET: National Training Center (NTC) in the Heat of Battle.


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