A coalition of 17 agencies and organizations within the executive branch that work both independently and collaboratively to gather the intelligence that our government needs to conduct foreign relations and national security activities.  Its primary mission is to collect, assess, and convey— to the President and members of the policymaking, law enforcement and military communities—essential information regarding international terrorist and narcotic activities; other hostile activities by foreign powers, organizations, persons and their agents; and foreign intelligence activities directed against the United States.  In addition, the President also may direct the IC to carry out special activities in order to protect U.S. security interests against foreign threats.

 “Intelligence

drives our national security policies, and the Intelligence Community is responsible for supplying accurate and usable information to those in charge of national security. The successful intelligence process converts acquired information into clear, comprehensible intelligence and delivers it to the President, policymakers, and military commanders in a form they can utilize to make educated policy decisions. Generating reliable, accurate intelligence is an active, never-ending process commonly referred to as the intelligence cycle.”


500 Employees(35% military. and 65% civilian) Current Director is Lieutenant General Ronald Burgess  . 16. 1961 by Robert McNamara  Approx. Founded October 1.

  Founded in 1915 On December 28. 2001. Bush signed legislation that amended the National Security Act of 1947 to make Coast Guard Intelligence a member of the Intelligence Community Now part of DHS  . President George W.

000 Employees The National Security Council (NSC) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were created under the provisions of the National Security Act of 1947.• • • • Founded September 18. The National Intelligence Authority and the CIG were disbanded. VA Approx. 1947 Headquarters in McLean. . 20.

094 Contractors.  .000 federal Employees and 93. 16. Founded August 4. 1977  Approx. The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) is part of DOE.

Texas .• Founded June 8. 2007 • Motto is “Freedom Through Vigilance” • Headquarters in Lackland Air Force Base.

561.984 Active personnel 567. 1. 1775.283 total strength   Motto is "This We'll Defend" . Approx. Founded in June 14.129.299 Reserve and National Guard personnel.

827 and 40. Formed in November 10. 1775  Approx.000 reserve  Motto is “Semper Fidelis”. 200. VA . in  Headquarters Arlington.

Commitment" "Non sibi sed patriae" Headquarters in Arlington. 1775  Mottos are "Honor. VA   Officially established when the Continental Congress passed a resolution creating the Continental Navy. Soon after the end of the Revolutionary War the last ship was sold and the Continental Navy was disbanded . Courage. Founded October 13.

000 Employees  Approx. . VA 16. Formed in October 1. 1996  Headquarters are in Springfield.

in 1961 3. VA  Headquarters  Operates spy satellites .000 Employees in Chantilly. Founded  Approx.

MD creation of NSA was authorized in a letter written by President Harry S. November 4. 1952 (59 years ago) in Fort Meade.  Headquarters  The . Truman in June 1952.

  Founded November 25.000 employees. Its facilities currently are spread among more than 40 buildings in the National Capitol area. DC.   . 240. Headquarters in Washington. making it the third-largest cabinet-level agency in the federal government and the second-largest federal tenant. 2002 Approx.

664 Employees. 1908 (103 years ago). Founded July 26. 35. in Washington. DC field offices  Approx.  Headquarters  56 .

4.     Founded July 1.784 Employees Approx. . 10.890 Special Agents Headquarters in Arlington. 1973 Approx. as well as 85 foreign offices in 65 other countries. VA It maintains 226 domestic offices in the US.

1789  Approx. Founded September 2.897 Employees in Washington. DC third-oldest building in Washington.  Headquarters . 115.

400 Civil Service employees. 11. DC   . 1789 Approx. 7.000 Foreign Service National employees Headquarters in Washington. and 31.500 Foreign Service employees. Founded in July 27.

VA DNI Official is subject to the authority. Founded in April 22. 2005 Approx.    . 1. direction. and control of the President.500 Employees Headquarters in McLean.

gov/about-the-intelligencecommunity/how-intelligence-works/ .intelligence.  The DNI manages the implementation of the National Intelligence Program.  The DNI organizes and coordinates the efforts of the IC agencies.  The DNI serves as the principle adviser to the president and the National Security Council on intelligence issues related to national security.The DNI oversees the 17 member agencies that make up the IC.  The DNI has to make sure that all of the 16 other agencies are meeting their required task.   http://www.

 Office of the Director of the National Intelligence Agency  Established under the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act  Established to unify all agencies of the Intelligence Community  The IRTPA "sought to strengthen the IC by further defining goals and budgets. and by establishing a number of national centers tasked with developing collaborative approaches to the collection and analysis of intelligence for specific issues." .

the IC was supervised by the Director of Central Intelligence.intelligence.gov/about-the-intelligence-community/structure/ .gov/about-the-intelligencecommunity/structure/ Each of the 17 member agencies act under its own specific directive. The efforts of the IC are administered by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).   “The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA) established the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to better unify and manage the efforts of the Intelligence Community (IC). Each group shares the IC mission to collect and convey information and execute their required duties.intelligence. who also oversaw the Central Intelligence Agency. Prior to the passage of the IRTPA. The IRTPA effectively strengthened the IC by further defining goals and budgets. http://www.” http://www. and establishing a number of national centers tasked with developing collaborative approaches to collection and analysis of intelligence for a specific issue. which is lead by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).

intelligence. and evaluation the IC’s performance Departmentals: are IC components within government departments outside the DOD that focuses on serving their larger department’s intelligence needs Services: which encompass intelligence personnel in the armed forces. managing finances. developing budgets. and which primarily support their own Service’s needs. http://www.gov/about-the-intelligencecommunity/how-intelligence-works/   . Program Managers: advise and assist the ODNI in identifying requirements.

gov/about-the-intelligence-community/how-intelligence-works/ .http://www.intelligence.

 http://www.com/watch?v=Lln44qO OFUs .youtube.

12 C. 10 D. 15 B. 17 . Intelligence Community? A.S. How many member agencies are in the U.

17 .D.

 What department overlooks all of the other member agencies? A. DOD . DOJ B. Secret Service D. DNI C.


 Which department is NOT included in the U. Navy Intelligence B.S. Army Intelligence C. Secret Service D. Intelligence Community? A. Air Force Intelligence .

Secret Service .C.


 In 1948. as well as investigations of applicants for merchant marine documentation. counterintelligence and personnel security investigations within the Coast Guard's area of responsibility. and all applicants for positions therein. CGI became the primary investigative arm of the service. . This mandate for an "investigative service" required that special agents conduct criminal. CGI was charged with conducting all necessary investigations of Coast Guard personnel.

efficient and effective nuclear power plants for the United States Navy. . nonproliferation.  Insuring the integrity and safety of the country's nuclear weapons  Promoting international nuclear safety  Advancing nuclear non-proliferation  Continuing to provide safe. Enhance nuclear security through defense. and environmental efforts.

 The

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is responsible for merging law enforcement and intelligence information relating to terrorist threats within US borders. The DHS participates in interagency counterterrorism efforts and, along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is focused on ensuring information regarding terrorist threats is shared with state and local law enforcement.

The Department works with other federal agencies, foreign governments, and international financial institutions to encourage global economic growth, raise standards of living, and to the extent possible, predict and prevent economic and financial crises. The Treasury Department also performs a critical and farreaching role in enhancing national security by implementing economic sanctions against foreign threats to the U.S., identifying and targeting the financial support networks of national security threats, and improving the safeguards of our financial systems.

Management of a national drug intelligence program in cooperation with federal, state, local, and foreign officials to collect, analyze, and disseminate strategic and operational drug intelligence information. Coordination and cooperation with federal, state, and local agencies, and with foreign governments, in programs designed to reduce the availability of illicit abuse-type drugs on the United States market through non-enforcement methods such as crop eradication, crop substitution, and training of foreign officials. Responsibility, under the policy guidance of the Secretary of State and U.S. Ambassadors, for all programs associated with drug law enforcement counterparts in foreign countries. Liaison with the United Nations, Interpol, and other organizations on matters relating to international drug control programs.

and continue to expand our contribution to the Intelligence Community knowledge base. . In order to be successful. the FBI must understand the threat. and criminal enterprises. those that seek to proliferate weapons of mass destruction.    The FBI’s national security mission is to lead and coordinate intelligence efforts that drive actions to protect the United States. continue to integrate our intelligence and law enforcement capabilities in every FBI operational program. foreign intelligence services. Because national security and criminal threats are often intertwined. Their goal is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the threats and penetrate national and transnational networks that have a desire and capability to harm us. Such networks include: terrorist organizations. the FBI’s ability to integrate intelligence and investigations makes us uniquely situated to address our nation’s threats and vulnerabilities.

intelligence professionals were better able to exploit and analyze imagery and geospatial information to describe. GEOINT enables our nation’s leaders to make the best policy decisions possible. and accurate geospatial intelligence in support of national security. NGA continues to deliver these vital intelligence products in responding to. It also supports our military partners’ tactical and operational missions abroad. relevant. Today. . our nation’s most critical national security challenges. and anticipating.    GA provides timely. assess and visually depict physical features and human activity on the Earth. By combining America’s most advanced imagery and geospatial assets within the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) in 1996. our nation created a much-needed critical mass of skills and technologies under a single mission umbrella.

Information from these satellites is used to warn of potential foreign military aggression. build. practice.  The NRO is our nation’s eyes and ears in space  They design. enforce arms control and environmental treaties. monitor weapons programs.purpose is to advance and shape the Intelligence Community’s understanding of the discipline. and assess the impact of natural and manmade disasters. and operate the nation’s signals and imagery reconnaissance satellites. and history of national reconnaissance.  .

and enables Computer Network Operations (CNO) in order to gain a decision advantage for the Nation and our allies under all circumstances. Mission confronts the formidable challenge of preventing foreign adversaries from gaining access to sensitive or classified national security information.  . consistent with U. The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) leads the U. and disseminates intelligence information from foreign signals for intelligence and counterintelligence purposes and to support military operations. This Agency also enables Network Warfare operations to defeat terrorists and their organizations at home and abroad. The Signals Intelligence mission collects.S.S. laws and the protection of privacy and civil liberties. Government in cryptology that encompasses both Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and Information Assurance (IA) products and services. processes.

 Who is responsible for merging law enforcement and intelligence information relating to terrorist threats within US borders? a. Drug Enforcement Administration . National Reconnaissance Office d. Department of Energy b. Department of Homeland Security c.

B. Department of Homeland Security .

1944  D. Coast Guard Intelligence became the primary investigative arm of the Coast Guard in what year?  A. 1948  B. 1951 . 1960  C.

A. 1948 .

 Insuring the integrity and safety of the country’s nuclear weapons is the responsibility of which department?  A. Department of Defense  C. Department of Homeland Security  B. Department of Energy  D. Department of Justice .

Department of Energy .C.

 True or False: The Department of State provides information and assessments of potential chemical and biological weapons sources throughout the world .

True .

 True or False: The National Reconnaissance Office designs. . and operate the nation’s signals and imagery reconnaissance satellites. build.

True .

Members of the Intelligence community in the US that focus on foreign threats. .

surveillance and reconnaissance agency. Air force Intelligence. Military intelligence corps(army). Defense intelligence agency. . Marine Corps intelligence agency.  State department. Bureau of intelligence and research. NCIS. CIA  DOD: ONI. Air force office of special investigations. Army CID.


and 3. 2. gather information on our adversaries.  The mission of the CIA has three main components.  1. . Is an independent intelligence agency which differs from other intelligence agencies that fall under larger departments like the NGA that falls under the DOD. conduct covert activity to achieve US policy objectives. analyze the information collected to provide policy recommendations.

 Its 1.4 million square-foot Original Headquarters Building (completed in 1961) and the companion New Headquarters Building (completed in 1991) both are set on 258 acres in the Langley neighborhood of McLean. analyze. . evaluate and disseminate foreign intelligence to help government policymakers as they make national security and defense decisions. Va.. Primary mission is to collect. eight miles from the District of Columbia.

 http://www.com/watch?v=_HCEx3i 2ijc . The third objective of carrying out covert operations is the most controversial of the three as the CIA has had a mixed record on the effectiveness of their covert operations.youtube.  Bay of pigs.


 Mission includes counterintelligence. office of naval intelligence  Role: combat related intelligence. Naval criminal investigative service  Role: force protection.  NCIS.  ONI is tasked with maritime intelligence provides information on maritime threats to the navy  Established in 1882 ONI is the nations longest continuously operating intelligence service. is . ONI. which essentially action taken to protect against espionage.

Founded in 1948 and patterned after the FBI  .Air force Intelligence. surveillance and reconnaissance agency  Role: combat related intelligence.  Air force office of special investigations. AFOSI  Role: force protection  AFOSI handles criminal investigations and investigations into terrorist or espionage threats to the air force. They are providing intelligence for the battle field.  Mission is to gather and provide ISR. Intelligence. surveillance and reconnaissance to combat commanders.

    Military intelligence corps(army) Role: combat related intelligence Provides intelligence and electronic warfare support to the army. intelligence. and communications intelligence MOS’s ( military occupational specialties) Army criminal investigations command. CID Role: force protection Conducting criminal investigations in cases in which the army is a party of interest. Includes electronic warfare.     . They gather intelligence on threats to Army personal at home or abroad and also conduct counter-intelligence to protect the service from espionage. counter/human intelligence.

.  Also work to analyze information for the development of service doctrine and training. and work closely with ONI and the office of coast guard intelligence. Marine Corps intelligence agency: MCIA  Role: combat related intelligence  The MCIA provides intelligence to command and has a special partnership with the intelligence agencies of other maritime service branches.  NCIS:  Detailed under the slide on the navy but they also provide force protection intelligence for the Marine Corps.

S.C. AL.. with major operational activities as follow:  The Defense Intelligence Analysis Center in Washington The National Center for Medical Intelligence in Frederick. VA The Missile and Space Intelligence Center in Huntsville.Produces and manages foreign military intelligence by assessing foreign military intentions and capabilities for U. MD The Joint Use Intelligence Analysis Facility in Charlottesville. . military commanders and civilian policymakers.  Headquartered on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington. D.

 Provide strategic intelligence to the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. and coordinates the work of the individual services intelligence agencies. Defense Intelligence Agency.youtube.com/watch?v=SzATvGBEJc8 &feature=related  (play clip till 2:02 mark) . DIA  Is the central intelligence agency of the DOD.  http://www.


  They also conduct and analyze foreign opinion polls for the state department and During FY 2007. Provide intelligence to the state department to provided the needed information to support US diplomacy efforts. . INR commissioned 236 public opinion polls and surveys. Their main purpose is to directly tie the intelligence community into the foreign policy objectives of the nation and ensure that the two are being mutually supportive.

CIA D. NCIS .Question #1 A. DIA C. State Department B.

B. DIA .

B. Bay of pigs Cuban missile crisis Guantánamo Bay Operation invasion . D. C.Question #2 A.

Bay of the Pigs .A.

B.Question #3 A. Gather information on adversaries Analyze information and provide policy recommendations Provide intelligence and electronic warfare support to the army Conduct covert activity to achieve US policy objectives . D. C.

Provide intelligence and electronic warfare support to the army .C.

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