DCSINTDeputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (US DoD)
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were the result of the DCSINT operational environment.
The DCSINT operational environment was key to creating scenario for Unified Quest 03, a wargame at Carlisle Barracks, Pa.
Nomination packets will be reviewed from 4 to 8 January 2010 by a board consisting of the MI Corps CSM, Honorary MI Corps CSM, INSCOM CSM, Army DCSINT G2 CSM, and CSM Doug Russell, Retired.
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.
TRADOC DCSINT approves the annual FMSO research plan.
Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), DCSINT, "Capturing the Operational Environment", Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 2 February 2000.
As the DCSINT, she ensured that Army Intelligence both supported the warfighter and met the Army's responsibilities in executing the National Military Strategy.
While assigned to the office of the DCSINT, USAREUR and Seventh Army, Colonel Elliott had a profound impact on intelligence as the Chief, Requirements Branch.
Returning to SOC after DESERT STORM, he assumed duties as DCSINT and then Chief of Staff.