Information Environment Advanced Analysis (IEAA)

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The Information Environment Advanced Analysis course is a two week course integrating intelligence professionals, planners, and operators.  The course is taught in a graduate-level seminar format with highly interactive discussions. There is a significant amount of reading each night to prepare for the next day's plenary sessions, small group discussions, and dynamic practical exercises. Graduates are equipped to work in joint operating settings with concepts, techniques and constructs that will enable them to anticipate, sustain and seize the initiative in the information environment.

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