Sgt. 1st Class Ian Watterson and Spc. Tyler Carrin, both with the 111th Military Intelligence Brigade, operate WASP and FMV from the Enterprise Challenge's Forward Operating Base during exercise at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., in July. The Army Intelligence Center of Excellence hosted its annual event to address how Soldiers collect intelligence information and get it to the tactical edge. (U.S. Army photo by Kristen Kushiyama)

Army increases intel operability, decreases learning curve

U.S. Army researchers joined other Defense Department agencies, Army contractors and coalition partners to further develop, integrate and test architectures and technologies for intelligence systems throughout July at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. The......READ MORE



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