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A Brief Overview of the General Field of Marine Corps Intelligence

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USMC Intelligence contains, on average,  11,500 personnel including approximately 1,400 active duty USMC officers and 6,500 enlisted Marines.  The rest are reservists, private contractors and civilians.  In total, the "uniformed military" within the Intelligence field is about 96% of the total population of USMC Intelligence, with 3% being civilians and the lone 1% being contractors.

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Lockheed Chief Sees Commercial Demand for Cybertechnology - Bloomberg

Lockheed Chief Sees Commercial Demand for Cybertechnology - Bloomberg | USMC Intelligence and How to Get There | Scoop.it
Lockheed Chief Sees Commercial Demand for Cybertechnology
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The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the Littoral Combat Ship, and the C-130 cargo transports are all under the list of combat weaponry and hardware that the US Military and Government have received from Lockheed Martin Corp. Now, Lockheed presents its cybersecurity business to the U.S. Government.  This will aid the efforts in protecting national security as well as fields such as counter-intelligence.

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Elbit gets Navy contract to provide helmet display tracker systems for Marine Corps Cobra attack helicopters

Elbit gets Navy contract to provide helmet display tracker systems for Marine Corps Cobra attack helicopters | USMC Intelligence and How to Get There | Scoop.it
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Pilots of AH-12 Whiskey Cobra attack helicopters are being outfitted with helmet display tracker system kits as well as electro-optical sensors for the choppers themselves.

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Navy buys one Insitu RQ-21A Blackjack UAV in preparation for ...

Navy buys one Insitu RQ-21A Blackjack UAV in preparation for ... | USMC Intelligence and How to Get There | Scoop.it
2013. are buying one new tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), intended as an organic and dedicated multi-intelligence UAV for U.S. Marine Corps and Navy tactical commanders, in preparation for ramping-up production ...

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Paraphrase 1: In November of 2013, the US Navy paid Boeing Insitu Inc. for an RQ-21A Blackjack UAV.  This investment brought along the Blackjack, air vehicles, ground control stations, launch and retrieval hardware, and a support system.  All of this accumulated a total cost of $8.8 million dollars.

 

Paraphrase 2: The reason for the Blackjack's expense is due to its versatility.  In other words, the RQ-21A can be sent and retrieved from nearly anywhere; from ground or aquatic terrain, neglecting the necessity of runways.  After launch, surveying and reconnaissance becomes simple with its monoplane frame and twin-boom single engine.

 

Paraphrase 3: The benefits of this new UAV are obvious but vary between the USMC and the Navy.  The Marine Corps is receiving aid in surveillance, reconnaissance, and the MEUs (Marine Expeditionary Units).  This will allow information to be transferred between sites in the blink of an eye.

 

Paraphrase 4: Benefits to the Navy include constant updates of RSTA information from ship to land forces and special operations units as well as transfers to command bases.  The Air Force will use the RSTA information for MP information and defense of cargo.  This will also allow a better scan of the weather.

 

Paraphrase 5: The Blackjack is currently being constructed in Washington.  Boeing Insitu plans to have this project completed in May.  Should the reader of this scoop be interested in more information, www.insitu.com will allow civilian access to unclassified information. 

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FY13 Sales Opportunities within the United States Navy- Marine Corps

Video Clip from the FY13 DoD IT Budget Briefing on October 25, 2012. Tim Larkins, immixGroup Market Intelligence Consultant, discusses the opportunities with...
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A sample 2013 for the Naval Intelligence organizarion-USMC

 

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How Lockheed Martin Costs Taxpayers Big Money - U.S. News & World Report

How Lockheed Martin Costs Taxpayers Big Money - U.S. News & World Report | USMC Intelligence and How to Get There | Scoop.it
How Lockheed Martin Costs Taxpayers Big Money
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Lockheed Martin and company, partnered with Under Armour, have had yet another failure.  The F-35 aero-vehicle, expensive as it is, is becoming an even bigger weight on America's wallet.  The flaws that it has been designed with have deemed it to be "doomed from the start." 

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'Israel compromises US intelligence' - Panorama.am

'Israel compromises US intelligence' - Panorama.am | USMC Intelligence and How to Get There | Scoop.it
'Israel compromises US intelligence'
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... all American intelligence is now compromised with Israel. It's a disgusting situation.
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The US Intelligence program is on thin ice ever since the discovery of Israel having open doors to American Intel.  This means that those in Jerusalem could gain access to numerous top-secret military secrets including U.S. launch codes. There is no wonder why Germany passed counter-espionage measures after this security scare.

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US intel: Sense of destiny drives China aggression - Marine Corps Times

US intel: Sense of destiny drives China aggression
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WASHINGTON — The chief of U.S.
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On Tuesday, February 4th 2014, US Intelligence Chief announced that China has been vigorously fighting for claim of a string of islands in the East Asian seas.  China's aggressive tactics are said to be due to "a sense of historical destiny" and is the major source of distress for neighboring countries.  China has been molding its military after the US in the hopes of making it stronger and more modern in order to bolster the severity of threats being made to countries across the globe in pursuit of these few islands.

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U.S. Marine Corps Military Intelligence

U.S. Marine Corps Military Intelligence.
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This is a recording of what goes down in USMC intel

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