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    Analysis of Defense Intelligence Agency

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    organizational structure of the DoD and U.S. foreign intelligence came to a new shape with the establishment of DIA. It was Robert McNamara, then Secretary of Defense, who came up with the concept of DIA in 1961. DIA gathers human source intelligence, analyzes technical intelligence, distributes intelligence/reports to the intelligence agencies, provides advice and support to the Joint Chiefs of Staff with foreign military intelligence, and provides military intelligence to combatant commands as its operational

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    "More times than we can count, we've made history, without history even knowing we were there." - GEN Keith Alexander - Director NSA/Chief CSS The National Security Agency (NSA) has been news regarding breaking privacy boundaries and overstepping its legal authority through the unauthorized surveillance of Americans or foreign intelligence targets in the United States and abroad. In the most significant leak of government secrets in history, NSA's data-gathering programs were used to expose leaker

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    History of the DIA

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    of the Defense Intelligence Agency In the years following World War II, there were many turf battles fought between the intelligence agencies of the United States. The Central Intelligence Agency, which was created in 1947 with the passing of the National Security Act, won the initial battles. This agency had won both legislative status and budget authority and was to make recommendations for coordinating intelligence activities; and to correlate, evaluate, and disseminate intelligence (Laqueur

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    Intelligence Customers

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    INTELLIGENCE CUSTOMERS The collapse of the Soviet Union has finally brought the cold war to a conclusion in the 1980’s. This collapse brought about a transfer in the global power structure. Threats such as terrorism, nuclear proliferation, narcotics trafficking and organized crime e became more prominent. The United States’ national security policies were revolutionized to be successful against the new risks towards the Nation. It may be assumed that the best group to handle the new pressures of

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    Preventing Terrorism

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    monograph is to suggest measures that could be implemented to prevent terrorism, from an emergency management perspective. It will also seek to provide an explanation of the intelligence cycle and structure of the United States intelligence community, with an examination of some of the existing problems in counterterrorism intelligence in the United States. Everything we do for prevention of a terrorist act will have a trade-off. The more precise the information we receive about a specific threat, the

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    National Intelligence Estimates (NIE’s)

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    way to help predict possible outcomes in the future is the usage of National Intelligence Estimates (NIE). NIE is defined as “authoritative written judgments on national security issues and designed to help US civilian and military leaders develop policies to protect US national security interests”#(National Intelligence Council, 2007). The NIE is the highest-level strategic document generated by U.S. intelligence agencies. How are NIE’s created? NIE are only produced only when they are requested

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    A New Framework for Counterterrorism

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    elaborate counterterrorism and intelligence framework. This framework is starting to become obsolete with how terrorist organizations are adapting to the tactics. With a new type of war against terrorism, there is a greater need to gather intelligence to combat this new form of terrorism. A new framework will take advantage of the United States full arsenal and perform at the highest standards. The more defined role for different agencies will simplify and advance our intelligence gathering and counterterrorism

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    Intelligence versus Law Enforcement Intelligence collection and apprehension of criminals have occurred for many years; however, with the exception of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, these actions were performed by different organizations. Nonetheless, roles and responsibilities have changed since the attacks on September 11, 2001. Intelligence-led policing and the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing program were incorporated, and fusion centers were established to help gather intelligence

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    to the nascent intelligence community's inability to determine the time and place of the attack. The question of preventing the attack is beyond the scope of an intelligence agency, such an action is the product of policy. That being said, the intelligence community provided the President with insufficient information to mitigate U.S. losses on the eve of the U.S. entry into World War II. This result was not wholly the responsibility of the underfunded and under-supported intelligence and military

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    My Air Force Experience

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    Force career and current leadership characteristics have been molded by incidents in my life and career. These incidents include my grandfather’s influence, significant events in my Air Force career, and my contributions to Air Force and national intelligence objectives in my current job. These three things are the leading factors that have made me the leader I am today. Each of these things contributed to different traits like; dedication to hard work, honesty, goal setting, initiative, persistence

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