Wash. National Guard opening intelligence center
A National Guard spokesman says Camp Murray was chosen for the facility because of its geographic location and the Washington Military Department's partnership with local, state and federal jurisdictions.
Capt. Keith Kosik says the new $1.5 million building will operate with the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Office of Naval Intelligence, United States Central Command, and Commander Pacific Fleet. These units provide support to a variety of worldwide missions.
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