b'timelines, to soldiers and commanders at all levels. It is increasing military intelligence capacity and skills balance. It is enabling distributed access to an all-source, flat, integrated network.It is expanding human intelligence capacities. And it is working to increase the ability of soldiers to understand their environment and recognize and report useful information.NAVY INTELLIGENCEThe Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) (www.oni.navy.mil) supports joint operational commanders with a worldwide organization and an integrated workforce of active duty, reserve, officer and enlisted and civilian professionals. ONI supports a variety of missions including US military acquisition and development through scientific and technical analysis of naval weapons systems. The ONI also supports missions relating to counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics and customs enforcement, and is working to structure interaction with other government organizations that can use or provide valuable intelligence related to seagoing issues. To that end, in 2009 the Navy created a new entity dedicated to maritime intelligence, The National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO). The NMIO performs a national-level, cross-departmental mission to facilitate the proactive integration of intelligence within the maritime domain; provides direct support to the National Security Staff and facilitates information sharing and collaboration across the Global Maritime Community of Interest, which consists of US federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial governments; the maritime industry; academia; and our foreign partners. MARINE CORPS INTELLIGENCE The Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) (www.hqmc.marines.mil) provides tailored intelligence and services to the Marine Corps, other branches of the military, and the Intelligence Community. These include threat assessments, estimates, and intelligence for service planning and decision-making. The MCIA also provides combat developers with threat data and other intelligence support for doctrine and force structure development, systems and equipment acquisition, war-gaming, and training and education. 39'