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Army Counterintelligence Command

Commander, USACIC
2600 Ernie Pyle Street
Fort Meade, MD 20755-5910

(301) 677-6991

Mission: The U.S. Army Counterintelligence Command conducts global counterintelligence against U.S. adversaries to protect the U.S. Army and Defense Department.

Vision: The best multi-domain counterintelligence team in the Department of Defense.

The U.S. Army Counterintelligence Command (USACIC) conducts worldwide counterintelligence activities to detect, identify, neutralize, and exploit foreign intelligence entities, international terrorists, insider threats, and other foreign adversaries in order to protect the U.S. Army and DoD's strategic advantage.

USACIC counterintelligence forces support the Army in competition, conflict, and crisis with delegated authorities and counterintelligence assets to protect the Army's modernization efforts and support theater requirements. USACIC is the only U.S. Army element - and only one of four members of the Intelligence Community - capable of executing the full spectrum of counterintelligence activities: analysis and production, investigations, collections, operations, and functional services.

Through its regional headquarters and local field offices, USACIC provides Army commanders and units with threat awareness and reporting briefs, counterintelligence threat and vulnerability assessments, foreign travel briefings and debriefings, linguist screenings, and other counterintelligence services. Its special agents conduct military counterintelligence collection, vulnerability assessments, local nationals screening and vetting. USACIC further supports requirements by deploying polygraph examiners where needed.

Established in December 2021, USACIC was created from the former 902nd Military Intelligence Group and the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command's (INSCOM) G2X Staff (Chief of Staff of the Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence Division). The establishment of USACIC as a one-star command with a reconfigured, flattened structure has improved systems and processes, resulting in a lethal and agile counterintelligence force supporting the Army in competition, conflict, and crisis.

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