- "MOS Organization And Training For Tactical SIGINT Modernization" by Major Joseph A. Bruder, IV, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College The Marine Corps must reorganize and retrain the SIGINT/ Ground Electronic Warfare military occupational specialty or it will effectively lose its tactical SIGINT capability in the coming decade.
- "DIA's 30-Year Commitment To Excellence: 1961 To 1991" by Robin B. Boatman, Defense Intelligence Agency. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College This paper presents a historical overview of the Defense Intelligence Agency's service to our nation, including organizational changes within the Agency and major world events that have influenced, shaped, and consumed the Agency's attention.
- "A Certain Grandeur: U.S. Communications Intelligence In The Pacific War, 1941-1945" by Lt. Commander P. R. Gardella, United States Navy. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Reviews the role of COMINT during World War II.
- "Improving Marine Corps Intelligence: A Navy View" by Lt. Commander Guy Holliday, United States Navy. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Marine Corps intelligence deficiencies during operation Desert Storm reflect functional and structural problems that can be improved upon using the Naval intelligence model.
- "Real-Time Imagery--Merging Doctrine And Technology" by Major David A. Wright, United States Air Force. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College The need to effectively integrate today's new real-time imagery sensors into the battlefield decision cycle is becoming fundamental to the success of evolving service doctrines.
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