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704th Military Intelligence Brigade

Commander, 704th MI BDE
9805 Emory Road
Fort Meade, MD 20755-5930

(301) 677-0249

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Mission: The 704th Military Intelligence 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.

With the motto of “Here and Everywhere,” the 704th Military Intelligence Brigade has subordinate battalions at Fort George G. Meade, Md., and Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., with additional elements assigned in support of Army and joint commands such as U.S. Central Command, U.S. Joint Forces Command, Army Special Operations Command and Army Forces Command.

The 741st MI Battalion, stationed at Fort George G. Meade, Md., provides Soldiers to conduct information superiority operations within the National Security Agency and Central Security Service; linguist support to the National Security Agency, the intelligence community and other U.S. government agencies; and operates the Joint Training Center on behalf of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, Air Intelligence Agency and Naval Security Group Command.

The 742nd MI Battalion, also at Fort Meade, conducts contributory analysis and reporting through the Army Technical Control and Analysis Element, carries out information operations and supports the Trojan satellite communications system.

The 743rd MI Battalion, Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., provides technically qualified “space smart” Soldiers for exercises and in support of tactical commanders.

The 704th MI Brigade maintains a community-wide reputation for excellence as a result of its quality Soldiers and civilians. This “team of teams” sets the operational standard for all military intelligence brigades. Professionals and their dedicated support experts fully satisfy all intelligence requirements and are prepared for any contingency.

A challenging environment exists where those assigned are encouraged to grow beyond their own expectations, and tomorrow’s intelligence leaders are developed. Assigned personnel live and work in an atmosphere which reflects their personal and professional pride.

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