The 902d Military Intelligence Group and Homeland Security

Pratt, Ginger T.
July 2002
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jul-Sep2002, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p15
Talks about the 902d Military Intelligence Group, the U.S. Army's strategic counterintelligence organization. Information on threats of espionage against the Army; Discussion on the mission of the 902d MI Group; Details on techniques used by foreign intelligence services and international terrorist organizations in collecting against the U.S. Army; Role of the 902d MI Group in support of the Homeland security mission.


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