Detachment Six, 3100 Military Intelligence Analysis

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Over his twenty- seven year career, Lieutenant Colonel John C. Gurney distinguished himself by exceptionally meritorious service in a succession of positions of great importance and responsibility to the Army and the Nation, culminating as the Commander of Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group, Military Intelligence Readiness Command for the past twenty-six months. His previous positions of significant leadership included Strategic Intelligence Officer, Detachment Seven, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group; G-2, Assistant Chief of Staff, 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command; Operations Officer/Intelligence Officer, Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence Group. As the Commander Detachment Six, 3100 Strategic Intelligence …show more content…

As a result of this effort, the proposal has been delayed for further review. Additionally, his leadership and guidance provided well trained Intelligence Soldiers for the Defense Resources and Infrastructure Directorate of the Defense Intelligence Agency where they produced numerous actionable intelligence reports and products making a significant positive impact on the War on Terror. Lieutenant Colonel Gurney played a key role as the primary intelligence staff officer for the 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, comprised of over five thousand Soldiers serving within the Iraqi Joint Operational Area in support of Operation New Dawn. He expertly lead a team of ten Soldiers and three contractors responsible to provide all daily intelligence briefings and products to include trend analysis of insurgent attacks, collection management, predictive analysis and staff planning for the Commanding General during pre-deployment training, deployment and combat operations. LTC Gurney coordinated with three

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