DCSINT

AcronymDefinition
DCSINTDeputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (US DoD)
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CW5 Kiss's last active duty assignment was as the coun-terintelligence/human intelligence advisor to the DCSINT, USAREUR, from 1996 to 2002.
Presently, DCSINT has produced OEAs for OIF, OEF, North Korea, and Azerbaijan.
and the Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, La., were the result of the DCSINT operational environment.
Griffin returned to LABCOM as the Deputy to the DCSINT and Chief of the Special Programs Branch.
A year later, he became the Deputy G2 in the Office of the DCSINT. In this capacity, he oversaw Army intelligence planning, programming and budgeting; intelligence operations; intelligence studies, architectures, and Army civilian intelligence personnel programs.
* DCSINT oriented organizations (EAC units and positions not formally assigned to a specific MI Group/ Brigade/Battalion).
MG Isler was selected by the Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (DCSINT) to serve as Director's Fellow, Continental U.S.
After command, he returned to the Army Staff and served as the Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (DCSINT).
A reorganization in 1994 made the former CAC Threats directly subordinate to the TRADOC Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (DCSINT), who was now the responsible official for the Army's OPFOR Program.
As part of the overall OSINT community's recent efforts at cooperation and collaboration, representatives from FMSO, DCSINT TRADOC, visited ASD in July 2005 to provide the Open Source Information Research & Analysis (OSIRA) Course to approximately 35 of ASD's DAC reports officers and Japanese analysts and translators.
In 2000, TRADOC DCSINT became the parent headquarters for FMSO, terminating its direct tie to CAC, where it remained a tenant organization under the TRADOC DCSINT and working closely with Threats.
In February of 2000, the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (DCSINT) of the U.S.