The U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), an Army major command, conducts intelligence, security and information operations for military commanders and national decision makers.
Headquartered at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, INSCOM is a global command with 10 major subordinate commands and a variety of smaller units with personnel dispersed over 180 locations worldwide.
» 1st Information Operations Command (Land)
The 1st IO Command is the only Army full-spectrum IO organization engaged from information operations theory development and training to operational application across the range of military operations.
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» 66th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 66th MI Brigade conducts theater level multidiscipline intelligence and security operations and, when directed, deploys prepared forces to conduct joint/combined expeditionary and contingency operations in support of U.S. Army Europe and U.S. European Command.
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» 300th Military Intelligence Brigade (Linguist)
The 300th MI Brigade provides trained and ready linguist and military intelligence soldiers to commanders from brigade through Army level.
» 470th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 470th MI Brigade provides timely and fused multi-discipline intelligence in support of U.S. Army South, U.S. Southern Command and other national intelligence agencies.
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» 500th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 500th MI Brigade, located at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, provides multi-disciplined intelligence support for joint and coalition warfighters in the U.S. Army Pacific area of responsibility.
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» 501st Military Intelligence Brigade
The 501st MI Brigade conducts theater-level multi-discipline intelligence for Joint and Combined Warfighters from the Republic of Korea.
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» 513th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 513th MI Brigade deploys in strength or in tailored elements to conduct multidiscipline intelligence and security operations in support of Army components of U.S. Central Command, and theater Army commanders.
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» 704th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 704th MI Brigade conducts synchronized full-spectrum signals intelligence, computer network and information assurance operations directly and through the National Security Agency to satisfy national, joint, combined and Army information superiority requirements.
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» 706th Military Intelligence Group
The 706th MI Group, located at Fort Gordon, Ga., provides personnel, intelligence assets and technical support to conduct signals intelligence operations within the National Security Agency/Central Security Service Georgia (NSA/CSS Georgia) and worldwide.
» 780th Military Intelligence Brigade
The 780th MI Brigade, located at Fort George G. Meade, Md., conducts signals intelligence, computer network operations, and enables Dynamic Computer Network Defense operations of Army and Defense networks.
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» 902d Military Intelligence Group
The 902d MI Group provides direct and general counterintelligence support to Army activities and major commands.
» Army Cryptologic Operations (ACO)
ACO serves as the Army G2 and Service Cryptologic Component (SCC) representative to provide expert cryptologic leadership, support, guidance and advice to U.S. Army Warfighters and Intelligence leaders. Lead the Army’s Cryptologic effort to satisfy Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) requirements by leveraging NSA Extended Enterprise, Intelligence Community, Sister Services and Service Laboratories. Ensure timely and effective support to operations by providing optimized capabilities, training and resources.
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» Army Field Support Center (AFSC)
AFSC provides specialized operational, administrative and personnel management support to Department of the Army and other Department of Defense Services and Agencies as directed.
» Army Operations Group (AOG)
AOG conducts human intelligence operations and provide expertise in support of ground component priority intelligence requirements using a full spectrum of human intelligence collection methods.
» Central Clearance Facility (CCF)
Army CCF serves as the U.S. Army’s executive agency for personnel security determinations in support of Army world-wide missions.
» Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS)
Army JSTARS provides Army aircrew members aboard JSTARS aircraft to support surveillance and targeting operations of Army land component and joint or combined task force commanders worldwide.
» National Ground Information Center (NGIC)
NGIC is the Defense Department’s primary producer of ground forces intelligence.