National Ground Intelligence Center

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National Ground Intelligence Center
— NGIC —
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Seal of the National Ground Intelligence Center
Agency overview
Formed 8 July 1994
Headquarters Nicholson Building, Rivanna Station, Charlottesville, VA
Motto Intelligence Today for Tomorrow's Fight
Employees Classified
Annual budget Classified
Agency executive Colonel Nichoel Brooks, USA, Commander
Parent agency United States Army Intelligence and Security Command


The National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) is part of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command. The NGIC provides scientific and technical intelligence (S&T) and general military intelligence (GMI) on foreign ground forces in support of the warfighting commanders, force and material developers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense, and National-level decisionmakers. The NGIC also manages the Army's Foreign Materiel Exploitation Program and foreign material acquisition requirements, and constitutes a single authoritative source for comprehensive ground forces threat to the Army and other services. (Chapter 8, Army Field Manual 34-37, Preliminary Draft)

The Center is located in northern Albemarle County, Virginia, just north of Charlottesville. It is approximately 100 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. and 85 miles west of Richmond, Virginia.

NGIC was created on 8 July 1994, by merging the US Army Foreign Science and Technology Center (FSTC) and the US Army Intelligence and Threat Analysis Center (ITAC). The former headquarters of FSTC in Charlottesville, Virginia, became the headquarters of the new Center. (INSCOM Permanent Order 41-1, 3 June 1994)

The Air Force counterpart to NGIC is the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, located at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.

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Coordinates: 38°09′22″N 78°24′54″W / 38.156°N 78.415°W / 38.156; -78.415