Force XXI MI officer professional development

Kiely, Timothy P.; Dannewitz, Duane A.
April 1996
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr/Jun96, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p40
Discusses the need to reevaluate and modify the military intelligence (MI) officer professional development to be able to effectively support the United States Army's Force XXI project. Changes being done to the MI Corps; Weak link created by the identical career patterns of MI officers; Qualifications for MI officers; Proposed career tracks for MI officers.


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