- "The Use of Covert Paramilitary Activity as a Policy Tool: An Analysis of Operations Conducted by the United States Central Intelligence Agency, 1949-1951" by Major D.H. Berger, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Analyzes the success of CIA covert paramilitary operations at the outset of the Cold War.
- "A Critical Analysis of the I MEF Intelligence Performance in the 1991 Persian Gulf War" by Major Raymond E. Coia, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Analyzes I Marine Expeditionary Forces intelligence capabilities and performance during both Desert Storm and Desert Shield, concluding that a lack of doctrine, clearly defined responsibilities within the command structure of the MEF and robust restrictions placed on MEF intelligence, prevented it from providing sufficient intel to the MEF and MAGTF's.
- "Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition Collection Planning--Embedded Within the MEF Intelligence and Operations Cycles" by the Intelligence Doctrine Working Group. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that MEFs need to develop an internal board that will process and dessiminate RSTA data.
- "Naval Intelligence: One Mind, Two Bodies" by Major R.J. Raftery, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that a greater interoperability needs to be achieved between the Navy and the Marine Corps' intelligence branches.
- "Intelligence in Coalition Operations" by Major Roger R. Royston, United States Marine Corps. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that intelligence restrictions hinder coalition operations, recommends a review of policy.
- "Military Intelligence Support to Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies: Rethinking the Way Defense Intelligence Combats Emerging Perils" by Lt. Commander Stephen M. Vetter, United States Navy. Marine Corps University Command and Staff College Argues that military intelligence resources and analysis should be made available to municipalities to help combat emerging threats.
- "Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Where Are They Going and Where Do the Belong?" by Major Gary A. Warner, United States Marine Corps.
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