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By Christopher Paul

ISBN-10: 0833052659

ISBN-13: 9780833052650

Over the earlier decade, specially, U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) intelligence has needed to tailor its association to fulfill the evolving calls for of the operational surroundings. This has ended in a few advert hoc preparations, practices, and enterprises. A wide assessment of the organizational layout of USMC intelligence tested easy methods to align it successfully and successfully with present and destiny missions and functions.

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This varied significantly by organizational level. For example, 75 percent of GCE personnel were outside a central location (division staff being the major exception), but all ACE personnel were in a central location. Seventy-five percent of the LCE was centrally located, as was 80 percent of the CE and 70 percent of the intelligence and radio battalions. In essence, while some of the CE capability is in the regimental and below areas, it is not a large percentage. 4 summarizes the intelligence structure discussed earlier.

MCCD = USMC Combat Development Command. MCIA = USMC Intelligence Activity. MCSC = USMC Systems Command. MEF = Marine Expeditionary Force. TECOM = USMC Training and Education Command. 4 Chapter Four Literature on Organizational Design and Analytic Framework The RAND team brought to the project considerable prior experience with organizational design and theory. In our research proposal, we included a model of the relationship between organizational structural components and an organization’s inputs and outputs.

Distribution by Organization Level The CE has the majority of all intelligence manpower—officers and enlisted personnel in occupational fields 02XX and 26XX. ) Fifty-five percent of military intelligence (MI) personnel are in the CE, largely in the intelligence and radio battalions. Another 20 percent is in the supporting establishment, mainly at MCIA. The combat elements, the GCE, ACE, and LCE, account for 13, 11, and 1 percent of manpower, respectively. 1. Distribution by Grade In terms of intelligence authorizations, the more experienced officers are in the supporting establishment and CE, while the less experienced are in the three combat elements.

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