Marine Corps Intelligence Command
He created this organization to address the lack of expeditionary intelligence support for policy, acquisition, and operations, as each of the service intelligence centers focused only on their needs. Colonel Walter Breede III was the first Director.
The flagship study of the Center, "Planning and Programming Factors for Expeditionary Operations in the Third World", was published by the Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC) in March 1990, and was unusual for relying exclusively on open sources of information for creating a matrix of 143 mission area factors that could be objectively evaluated in relation to five degrees of difficulty, and for being published as an unclassified rather than a classified study.
- "Open secret's: a former CIA agent proves that military intelligence doesn't have to be an oxymoron.". This Magazine. 1 March 2004. Retrieved 6 September 2008.
- Expeditionary Factors Research & Analysis Model 1990
- Expeditionary Mission Area Factors Summary
- Expeditionary Environment List of Countries
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