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Again, these are fundamentally worthy objectives, but relying on them exclusively baits intelligence shops into reacting to enemy tactics at the expense of finding ways to strike at the very heart of the insurgency.
The modem table of organization and equipment (MTOE) for a rifle company does not come complete with an intelligence shop.
People like Douglas Feith, who ran a freelance intelligence shop inside the office of the Secretary of Defense, provided Rumsfeld and the administration ever-harder "evidence" of the threat, much of it uncorroborated rumors or outright fabrications previously discarded by other intelligence agencies, and often coming from defectors provided by Ahmad Chalabi.
A battalion typically has an intelligence shop of five to seven people, which quickly gets overwhelmed by the amount of intelligence that is collected and processed.
Rhode later landed on his feet in Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith's Office of Special Plans, the Pentagon's in-house intelligence shop charged with uncovering sundry links between Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden.
The Pentagon's intelligence shop will have sweeping authority over the direction, policies and budgets of all Defense Department intelligence programs and organizations.
Unlike other Defense Department organizations, the intelligence shop will be required to participate in real-world operations, said Haver.