Army intelligence leaders meet Soldiers at NIE 18.2

By U.S. ArmyNovember 6, 2018

Sgt. 1st Class Samuel Thorington (seated), an intelligence analyst with the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, Ariz., talks about intelligence products being gathered on the battlefield during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2 at McGregor Range, N.M. with Mr. Roy Fox, chief of the Army's Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. NIE 18.2 is a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. Running until Nov. 12, NIE 18.2 is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. as the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. 1st Class Samuel Thorington (seated), an intelligence analyst with the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, Ariz., talks about intelligence products being gathered on the battlefield during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2 at McGregor Range, N.M. with Mr. Roy Fox, chief of the Army's Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. NIE 18.2 is a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. Running until Nov. 12, NIE 18.2 is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. as the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael M Novogradac (Hood)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Col. William T. Adams (left), The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine command's Capability Manager -- Foundation, Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, Ariz., speaks about intelligence gathering processes with Mr. Terry Mitchell (center), Director of the Plans and Integration Directorate, Department of the Army Intelligence in the Pentagon, and Mr. Roy Fox, chief of the Army's Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. The three are at McGregor Range, N.M. during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2, a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. Running until Nov. 12, NIE 18.2 is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. -- the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. William T. Adams (left), The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine command's Capability Manager -- Foundation, Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, Ariz., speaks about intelligence gathering processes with Mr. Terry Mitchell (center), Director of the Plans and Integration Directorate, Department of the Army Intelligence in the Pentagon, and Mr. Roy Fox, chief of the Army's Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate, U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence. The three are at McGregor Range, N.M. during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2, a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. Running until Nov. 12, NIE 18.2 is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. -- the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael M Novogradac (Hood)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Mr. Terry Mitchell (left), Director of the Plans and Integration Directorate, Department of the Army Intelligence, talks with Lt. Col. Al S. Roach, assistant chief of staff for intelligence with the Fort Bliss, Texas-based U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, about intelligence products being gathered on the battlefield during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2 at McGregor Range, N.M. Part of Roach's role is to monitor exercise scenarios that drive the intelligence feeding commander information systems. NIE 18.2 is a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. NIE 18.2 runs until Nov. 12, and is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. as the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Mr. Terry Mitchell (left), Director of the Plans and Integration Directorate, Department of the Army Intelligence, talks with Lt. Col. Al S. Roach, assistant chief of staff for intelligence with the Fort Bliss, Texas-based U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, about intelligence products being gathered on the battlefield during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2 at McGregor Range, N.M. Part of Roach's role is to monitor exercise scenarios that drive the intelligence feeding commander information systems. NIE 18.2 is a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. NIE 18.2 runs until Nov. 12, and is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. as the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael M Novogradac (Hood)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Mr. Terry Mitchell (left), Director of the Plans and Integration Directorate, Department of the Army Intelligence, listens to Lt. Col. Al S. Roach, assistant chief of staff for intelligence with the Fort Bliss, Texas-based U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, as Roach explains intelligence products being gathered on the battlefield during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2 at McGregor Range, N.M. Part of Roach's role is to monitor exercise scenarios that drive the intelligence feeding commander information systems. NIE 18.2 is a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. NIE 18.2 runs until Nov. 12, and is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. as the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Mr. Terry Mitchell (left), Director of the Plans and Integration Directorate, Department of the Army Intelligence, listens to Lt. Col. Al S. Roach, assistant chief of staff for intelligence with the Fort Bliss, Texas-based U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, as Roach explains intelligence products being gathered on the battlefield during Network Integration Evaluation 18.2 at McGregor Range, N.M. Part of Roach's role is to monitor exercise scenarios that drive the intelligence feeding commander information systems. NIE 18.2 is a Soldier-led evaluation exercise designed to integrate and rapidly progress the Army's battlefield communications network, and support the Network Cross Functional Team's modernization efforts. NIE 18.2 runs until Nov. 12, and is championed by the 3rd Brigade (ABN), 82nd Airborne Division, from Fort Bragg, N.C. as the rotational unit testing the Army's communications backbone. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael M Novogradac (Hood)) VIEW ORIGINAL