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United States Army Functional Concept for Intelligence: 2016-2028
Michael A. Vane (fr); Lucious B. Morton (au)
This report describes what the Army must do to develop forces capable of conducting intelligence collection, analysis, and dissemination in support of commanders and facilitate understanding of the operational environment, the enemy, terrain, and civil considerations in support of military operations. In addition to the warfighting challenges of the future, the Army also faces a number of institutional challenges. The rapid pace of technological change, prolonged acquisition timelines, and growing resource constraints make it necessary for the Army to adopt a more responsive approach to capabilities development. The report provides guidance on how to develop the intelligence capabilities needed to succeed on future battlefields using innovative, critically thinking, and culturally aware Soldiers and civilians who will possess a balance of technical acuity and collaborative communication skills. This concept also serves as a point of departure for wide-ranging discussions, wargames, and experimentation. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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