G-2


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AcronymDefinition
G-2Group of 2
G-2Army or Marine Corps Component Intelligence Staff Officer (Army division or higher staff, Marine Corps brigade or higher staff; US DoD)
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The SFAB G-2 GEOINT advisors suggested Google Earth as the best possible solution to fulfill their needs for a common operational picture.
The 203rd Corps G-2 is responsible for enemy and friendly location updates on Google Earth.
Although the 13th ESC G-2 section built a strong foundation for conducting ISR operations and had a sound, systematic approach, the program required growth.
With this nagging malady addressed, to many shooters and hunters--myself included--the G-2 Contender is without doubt the simplest to operate, most accurate and versatile single shot hunting or silhouette handgun ever conceived.
Danilo Rodriguez, a former guerrilla who is now a lawyer and political analyst in Guatemala, also says that the G-2 "has carried out this kind of operation" in the United States and Mexico.
Celerino Castillo, a former agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration who dealt with the G-2 and the C.I.A.
The 4th ID chain of command supported the G-2 massing personnel on the MCTP academics event.
Army Europe staff, the G-2 hosts two senior intelligence officer
1st Armored Division G-2, using the aforementioned training model, begins to facilitate and support subordinate brigades' intelligence training through an analysis of our corps' training guidance and dialog with our brigade S-2s.
In May 2005, we vacated the bunker, established a temporary sensitive compartmented information facility in the G-2 Operations/Staff Weather Office building, and operated in that facility for a year before reoccupying the bunker in May 2006.
In the fall of 2013, the 8th TSC G-2 recognized the need for a sustainment-centric intelligence training exercise due to the unique mission of a theater sustainment command in the Pacific Theater.
Following the British model, Nolan divided his Headquarters G-2 section into four divisions: Information, Secret Service, Topographical, and Censorship and Press.