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US Army Intelligence and Security Command

Definition/Scope: US Army intelligence organization which conducts multi-discipline intelligence and security operations at the echelon above corps (EAC) level. (ADRP 2-0) The U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) conducts multidiscipline intelligence operations, aerial reconnaissance and surveillance, cyber warfare, and knowledge management for the intelligence enterprise. Additionally, INSCOM delivers specialized quick-reaction capabilities, advanced skills training, and linguist support for deploying forces to support Army and joint commands, coalition partners, and the intelligence community.

Used For:

Army Intelligence Agency
Army Security Agency



Broader Terms:

Direct Reporting Units (Army)
intelligence organization

Narrower Terms:

501st Military Intelligence Brigade
Army Central Personnel Security Clearance Facility
Central Security Service
Land Information Warfare Activity
National Ground Intelligence Center

Related Terms:

Army Commands
Army Service Component Command
Army Signal Activity-Intelligence and Security Command
DCS, G-2
Fort Belvoir
major Army commands

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