The roles of MI NCOs in the 75th Ranger Regiment

Blaess, James A.
January 1998
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jan-Mar98, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p12
Discusses how the military intelligence (MI) of noncommissioned officer's (NCOs) and intelligence soldiers of the 75th Ranger Regiment of the US Army accomplish the mission of providing tactical intelligence to the combat commander. Mission of the 75th Ranger Regiment; Organizational structure of the 75th Ranger Regiment; Function of detachment NCOs during the phases of MI Detachment operations of the 75th Ranger Regiment.


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