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To facilitate joint operations, Air Force ISR liaison officers and expeditionary signals intelligence liaison officers are assigned to multinational divisions in Iraq and to regional commands in Afghanistan, as well as to more specialized units including special operations forces and key brigade combat teams.
He has served as a platoon leader, XO, company commander, intelligence liaison officer, brigade S2, and operations officer in the U.
Last, the committee focused on Fusion Centers, hearing from Robert Rankin, field intelligence liaison officer, DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis, State and Local Fusion Center Program Office, and Dr.
Hans Josef Horchem, who headed Germany's Verfassungsschutz (VfS) security service from 1969 to 1981, told the Guardian that he learned of Thadden's status from a British intelligence liaison officer in the late 1970s.
Sir John disclosed for the first time that in February a British military intelligence liaison officer had been sent to Conakry, the capital of Guinea, where President Kabbah's government -in-exile was based.