Military Intelligence Board

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The Military Intelligence Board (MIB) serves as the senior-level board for coordination of intelligence assets in support of military operations globally. The board is chaired by the Defense Intelligence Agency and seeks consensus across commands, agencies, and services and is a forum to discuss any intelligence issues related to the military. During combat operations, the MIB meets almost daily to address and coordinate intelligence analysis, assets, collection, systems, and personnel.[1]

The MIB consists of the following members:

Principal Members:

Associated members:

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