Ashley: Intel corps has to excel in analog and digital space

By Courtney McBride / May 22, 2017 at 10:05 AM
Success in a fast-paced, highly lethal future operating environment will require an intelligence corps capable of keeping pace with commanders, according to the Army's deputy chief of staff (G-2). Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley told Inside the Army in a May 18 interview that this means achieving levels of expertise in the corps' four core competencies: analysis; collection; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance synchronization; and processing, exploitation and dissemination. "I don't want to ever be the person that slows a commander...

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