Applied Intelligence project

CIB Applied Intelligence Project briefs US Space Force intelligence official

Members of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief’s Applied Intelligence Project briefed Colonel Mary-Kathryn Haddad, Mobilization Assistant to the Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, Headquarters United States Space Force. Col. Haddad was briefed during her two-day visit to Coastal Carolina University. The visit included a well-attended talk about the role of intelligence in the U.S. Space Force, as well as a tour of the Intelligence Operations Command Center.

During the brief, the Directors of four Critical Mission Centers, along with their Senior Intelligence Analysts, gave Col. Haddad pertinent information about a host of timely concerns to U.S. national security from around the world. The topics remain classified as per the Applied Intelligence Project’s information distribution rules. At the end of the brief, Col. Haddad asked insightful questions and provided useful constructive feedback regarding intelligence briefing to the Critical Mission Center staff.

The CIB expresses its gratitude to Professor Mark Chandler, who arranged Col. Haddad’s visit to CCU.