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| October 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

FORT SHAFTER FLATS — Col. Keith Geiger (left), intelligence officer, U.S. Army-Pacific; Lt. Gen. Benjamin Mixon (middle), commander, USARPAC; and Col. Patricia Frost, commander, 500th Military Intelligence Brigade, cut a ribbon, Oct. 7, signifying the official dedication of the USARPAC Intelligence Enterprise Network and Analysis Center. The dedication ceremony marked the culminating event in providing world-class intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to U.S. Pacific Command, USARPAC, and Intelligence and Security command commanders. The IENAC capabilities provide Army and joint intelligence analysts, at all echelons, access to hundreds of data sources that span multiple classification levels. This enabler-source uses advanced analytic tools, which enhance operators’ ability to better understand norms; detect changes; discern linkages; and identify, track and provide targeting data of hostile forces in a timely and effective manner. The targeting data can be rapidly mined, fused and visualized geospatially to achieve an unprecedented understanding of the operational environment. (Pfc. Rachael Montes | 205th Military Intelligence Battalion, 500th MI Brigade)

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