DOD Rejects Proposed Intelligence Center For Irregular Warfare

/ April 1, 2010 at 5:00 AM
The Pentagon's under secretary of defense for intelligence, James Clapper, is rejecting a proposal by House lawmakers to create a center of excellence for intelligence support to irregular warfare. In a March 12 letter to the congressional defense and intelligence committees, Clapper responds to a requirement in the classified annex of the House version of the Fiscal Year 2010 Intelligence Authorization Act, which directed his office to provide a report on the value of establishing such a center. "Due to...

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