Laboratory to Support Joint Intelligence Efforts

May 2, 2008
By H. Mosher

The U.S. Joint Forces Command has opened the doors of its Joint Intelligence Laboratory, a focal point for partnerships across the U.S. Defense Department, intelligence community, industry and academia. The laboratory will be the hub for emerging technologies, intelligence and operations to support mission readiness exercises, operational planning and mission rehearsal, and joint training development, experimentation and systems integration. It also will serve as a forum for collecting and analyzing best practices. According to Col. Chuck Mehle, USA, commander, Joint Transformation Command for Intelligence, laboratory staff will focus on discovering emergent processes, methodologies and technologies to enhance the discipline of intelligence.

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