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1993 Reports

  • The Intelligence Community Accompanying Report of the National Performance Review - Office of the Vice President - Washington, DC - September 1993
  • FINAL REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT COUNSEL FOR IRAN/CONTRA MATTERS Volume I: Investigations and Prosecutions - Lawrence E. Walsh Independent Counsel [August 4, 1993 Washington, D.C. UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT]
  • "Aerial Tactical Reconnaissance--A Necessity" by Major James G. Braswell, United States Air Force. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that the branches should established squadrons that are specifically dedicated to tactical reconnaissance using the Advanced Tactical Reconnaissance System.
  • "A New Pair of Dimes For the Intelligence Community" by Major Richard W. Britton, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that the training and doctrine of Marine Corps Intelligence should be changed to reflect the concepts of maneuver warfare.
  • "Aerial Reconnaissance: A Dedicated Squadron" by Major Wayne E. Breakfield, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that the Marine Observation Squadron should be retained but equiped with new aircraft.
  • "The Extinction of Ground Reconnaissance: A Preventable Tragedy" by Major William J. Corcoran, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Discusses the implications of the 1991 Force Structure Planning Group recommendations concerning ground reconnaissance.
  • "Marines: Blind and Deaf in Future Wars" by Major Cletis R. Davis, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Discusses the role of ground reconnaissance in Marine Corps doctrine, evaluating the implications of force restructuring proposals on the Corps ground recon capability.
  • "Tactical Intelligence: Reducing Reliance on the National Intelligence Agencies" by Mr. Jeffrey T. Dubiel, Central Intelligence Agency. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that the service branches relies overmuch on the national intelligence assets for tactical intelligence and that instead, the services should collect, analyze, and dessiminate their own product by utilizing a variety of methods including UAVs and image interpreters.
  • "Tactical Reconnaissance: Bringing Imagery into Focus" by Lt. Commander M.A. Dombrowski, United States Navy. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that the Navy and Marine Corps should procure UAVs and enhance the services digital and information bandwidth capabilities.
  • "Intelligence Coordination in Support of Central Command" by Lt. Commander Patrick F. Donohue, United States Navy. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that a lack of intelligence coordination both within CENTCOM and between CENTCOM and the other area commands is hindering the preparation of forces being deployed to the CENTCOM area.
  • "Intelligence Challenges In The 1990's" by Major Rhonda LeBrescu, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that intelligence assets will have to focus on low intensity conflicts, increasing HUMINT capabilities, and providing tactical intelligence to commanders.
  • "Enhancing The Surveillance, Reconnaissance, And Intelligence Group (SRIG)" by Major John E. McKnight, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that Marine Corps needs to develop doctrine for SRIG.



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