Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate

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Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate
I2wd logo.jpg
Country United States
Branch US Army, CERDEC
Type Research and Development
Garrison/HQ Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Motto(s) Listen. Inform. Attack. Protect.
Commanders
Director Henry Muller
Deputy Director Michael Lombardi

The Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (or I2WD) is a component of the US Army Communications-Electronics RD&E Center, based out of Aberdeen Proving Ground. Consisting of five primary divisions, I2WD forms a cohesive and effective Research and Development (R&D) enterprise which is capable of rapidly maturing critical technologies from initial concept, through support, to fielding.

I2WD’s goal is to develop and apply emerging technology that will significantly advance the Soldier’s fighting capabilities now and in the future. I2WD is developing and integrating the critical technologies required to provide a speedy transition from the research phase to the field.

Operations previously resided at Fort Monmouth, NJ. However, due to the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure act, the majority of I2WD activities were transferred to Aberdeen Proving Ground Sep 2011.[1][2]

Core capabilities[edit]

  • Radar/combat identification
  • Electronic warfare air/ground survivability equipment
  • Information and network operations
  • Signals intelligence (SIGINT)
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Information fusion
  • Measurement and signatures intelligence
  • Electronic warfare countermeasures
  • Intelligence dissemination

Mission statement[edit]

By identifying, developing, evaluating, tailoring and inserting emerging information technologies into operational systems, I2WD provides our Warfighters effective intelligence and information warfare tools that equip America’s Warfighter with the superior integrated systems needed to ensure information dominance.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.brac.gov/docs/AppendixCFinalUpdated.pdf
  2. ^ http://www.app.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070617/NEWS/706170457/1004/NEWS03