Army Intelligence Centre

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Army Intelligence Centre
Hærens Efterretningscenter
HEC logo.png
Coat of Arms
Active1 March 2014
Country Denmark
BranchFlag of Denmark (state).svg Royal Danish Army
TypeArmy Intelligence
Size457[1]
Part ofArmy Staff
Garrison/HQVarde
Nickname(s)HEC
Motto(s)Viden er Styrke (Knowledge is Strength)
Stable beltStable belt HEC
Commanders
Ceremonial chiefHM The Queen of Denmark
Colonel of
the Regiment
Lars Kristian Küseler [2]

The Danish Army Intelligence Centre (Danish: Hærens Efterretningscenter, HEC), is a collection of all intelligence units, created by the Danish Defence Agreement 2013-2017. It was created after lessons learned in Afghanistan and Iraq.[3] HEC, apart from army intelligence, also supports the army's NCO school with administrative, logistical and financial support.[4]

Structure[edit]

1 Military Intelligence Battalion[4]
  • Staff 1 MIBTN.
  • 1st HUMINT/UAS company.
  • 2nd CIMIC/PSYOPS company.
  • 3rd EW company, physically placed at Ryes Kaserne in Fredericia.
  • 4th Basic Training Company (Conscript).
2 Military Intelligence Battalion
  • Staff 2 MIBTN.
  • Intelligence Fusion Cell
    • Collection, Coordination & Intelligence Requirements Management section (CCIRM).
    • All Source Analysis Cell (ASAC).
    • Exploitation section (TECHINT).
  • Counterintelligence and Security section.
  • Interpreting Section.
  • All-Source Intelligence Cells x3 (ASIC).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "HEC: Tasks and organization" (in Danish). Retrieved 8 December 2015.
  2. ^ "HEC" (in Danish). Retrieved 8 December 2015.
  3. ^ "The army forces intelligence service with new centre" (PDF) (in Danish). Retrieved 8 December 2015.
  4. ^ a b "About HEC" (in Danish). Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 8 December 2015.