Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) MCWP 2-15.4

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Maintain the capability to conduct suppression of enemy air defense operations. Organization There are six F/A-18D VMFA(AW)s in the operating forces. Each squadron has 12 reconnaissance-capable aircraft. However, only four can be configured with ATARS at any one time to provide this aerial reconnaissance capability. The VMFA(AW) will normally function as an integral unit. It is structured to operate as a subordinate unit of a MAG. 3-9 commander exercises C2 via the ACE G-3/S-3 and the MACCS (see MCWP 3-25).

Figure 3-3. E-8C JSTARS Aircraft. refueling system extends the E-8C’s 11-hour mission endurance, making missions of 20 hours or more possible. The E-8C’s 140-foot long cabin readily accommodates the operator workstations communications suite and associated equipment, with space for rest areas and other crew facilities (see figure 3-4). The standard mission crew complement is 21, but an augmented mission crew of 34 can be easily accommodated. Transportation The JSTARS CGS team has sufficient resources to displace all CGS equipment.

Major organizations are listed below. S. Marine Corps Intelligence Department Imagery Plans and Policies Branch The Marine Corps Director of Intelligence implements those CMC responsibilities as they relate to IMINT and other imagery matters through the Imagery and Geospatial Plans and Policy Branch. Specific imagery and IMINT-related tasks include: ● Developing Marine Corps plans and policies for IMINT. ● Validating Marine Corps requirements for national imagery collection, production, and dissemination of imagery and all-source intelligence products.

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