DOD IG launches two studies examining ISR needs in Middle East

By Jordana Mishory / September 1, 2016 at 11:00 AM
The Defense Department inspector general's office is launching a set of studies examining the department's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance efforts in the Middle East. The DOD IG intends to evaluate whether the effort against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has the requisite ISR resources, and if the U.S. Forces Afghanistan ISR allocation process addresses necessary counterterrorism operations. "Our objective is to evaluate whether the [Operation Inherent Resolve] commander's intelligence requirements are being satisfied by the current airborne...

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