Features In this Issue of Military Geospatial Technology:
- Intelligence Agent
Lieutenant General Michael D. Maples Director Defense Intelligence Agency
- Industry Interview
Dan London Vice President Sales and Marketing BAE Systems
- View From the Hill
The U.S. must remain the standard-bearer for developing, maintaining and investing in space technologies, but space policy issues are not being addressed to the degree they deserve.
- Intelligence Beyond Imagery
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is on the cusp of dramatic advances in GEOINT, as it focuses on using new technology, sensors, tools and methods to support advanced geospatial intelligence.
- Intelligence Family
Amid all of the discussion in recent years about the transition to network-centric warfare, the Distributed Common Ground System is one area where talk is being matched by action.
- ISR Interoperability Challenge
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is co-leading an exercise to improve interoperability through the ability to transmit geospatial imagery and other types of intelligence.
Previous MGT VIP Interviews:
- Colonel Stuart Harrison – Commandant The School of Geospatial-Intelligence National Geospatial-Intelligence College
- James R. Clapper Jr.
Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
- Representative Silvestre Reyes
Chairman House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
- Rear Admiral Victor C. See Jr.
Director, Communications Systems Acquisition and Operations Directorate National Reconnaissance Office Commander, SPAWAR Space Field Activity Program Executive Officer for Space Systems
- Lloyd Rowland
Deputy Director National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- General Michael V. Hayden
Director Central Intelligence Agency
- Robert S. Zitz
Deputy Undersecretary for Preparedness Department of Homeland Security
- Donald M. Kerr
Director National Reconnaissance Office
- Vice Admiral Robert B. Murrett
Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- Lieutenant General William Boykin
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence