With this funding, our unit was able to send over 30 Soldiers to LET opportunities at ARNORTH headquarters and various other locations.
The majority of these LET opportunities allowed our unit to send all-source analysts to ARNORTH headquarters to support every day operations.
As we began to see the return on investment we gained from the all-source LETs, we worked with ARNORTH to expand opportunities into other MI fields.
Several months into the 3/3 RAF mission, ARNORTH began to utilize our Brigade's MI Soldiers to augment MI-specific TSC missions.
By having DIRLAUTH with ARNORTH, our MI leaders were able to build relationships and integrate ourselves into the ARNORTH team.
This support was evident early on, as ARNORTH G2 representatives took part in a 3/3 simulation exercise to prepare our Brigade's MI Soldiers for the RAF mission.
Another great asset for our team was the ARNORTH Human Terrain Team.
ARNORTH deployed its teams as part of a unified, coordinated federal effort to support the local and state officials leading the response, said Col.
ARNORTH currently has defense coordinating officers assigned to 10 Federal Emergency Management Agency regions.
A small number of ARNORTH personnel remained in Boise and in California through early November to monitor the wildfire situation and coordinate any additional requests for DOD support.