By Christopher Paul
Over the previous decade, specifically, U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) intelligence has needed to tailor its association to satisfy the evolving calls for of the operational surroundings. This has led to a few advert hoc preparations, practices, and enterprises. A large assessment of the organizational layout of USMC intelligence tested how you can align it successfully and successfully with present and destiny missions and functions.
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The USMC will be a force able to act with unprec2 3 See Appendix D for a recent history of Marine Corps intelligence. S. Marine Corps Intelligence Department, 2010. Strategic Intent and Organizational Assessment 37 edented speed and versatility in austere conditions against a wide range of adversaries. Marine Corps Operating Concepts presents overarching operating concepts, including the USMC’s role in national security and proposed enhancements to MAGTF operations in such core areas as engagement, crisis response, and power projection.
48). Unpredictability is a “lack of understanding or ignorance of the environment in terms of the nature of the factors and their variance” (p. 41). Many factors characterize the supporting establishment’s intelligence environment, and they are generally well known. This constitutes a “varied” environment. , they influence one another), but these factors are relatively predictable and/or they tend to change within known limits” (p. 45). As one moves from the supporting establishment to the CE and then to the ground, air, and logistics combat elements (GCE, ACE, and LCE), the complexity remains but the unpredictability increases.
This review contributed to the overviews presented in Chapter Three, which examines current organization, and Chapter Five, which addresses strategic intent. The review of strategic intent, in turn, contributed to our broader analysis of organizational alternatives (Chapter Seven and Appendix F) and helped establish a scheme for prioritizing the issues identified in Chapter Six. Specifically, our review of the strategic guidance included the following: • The Marine Corps Intelligence Plan (1994) • National Military Strategy (2004) • The Marine Corps Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Roadmap (2006) • A Cooperative Strategy for a 21st Century Seapower (2007) • National Defense Strategy (2008) • Marine Corps Vision and Strategy 2025 (2008) • Vision 2015 by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (2008) • National Intelligence Strategy (2009) • Quadrennial Intelligence Community Review (2009) • National Security Strategy (2010) • Quadrennial Defense Review Report (2010) • The Marine Corps Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Enterprise (MCISR-E) Roadmap (2010) • Marine Corps Operating Concepts (2010).