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MacB provides a full range of intelligence, counter-intelligence and counterterrorism engineering services as critical components in the tasking, collection, processing, exploitation and dissemination of actionable intelligence. For decades, our expert teams have designed, delivered and managed cost-effective, innovative and efficient multi-intelligence (multi-int) solutions for the Intelligence Community (IC).
We are uniquely positioned to affect positive change for the IC through a number of strategic support contracts with both Intelligence agencies and tactical operational locations. One example is the USAF Special Operations Command (AFSOC) Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) contract, where we provide various mission specialists across the multi-int spectrum (GEOINT, SIGINT, AGI, Spectral and Motion Imagery). Other key support is represented at the 513th Military Intelligence Brigade where our team of analysts deliver around-the-clock, critical multi-int products to our downrange operators.
Because our analysts sit at the crucial nodal crossing of strategic and tactical intelligence data flow, we have the advantage of understanding mission requirements as they occur. Our developers are then empowered to act on said requirements, and rapidly deliver operationally relevant tools for IC analysts. MacB analysis tools are employed at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), United States Air Force National Tactical Integration (AF NTI) program and the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) worldwide 24/7/365.
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