National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency January/February Pathfinder Magazine Now Online

Bethesda, Md.—The January/February 2011 issue of the Pathfinder magazine is available online at This issue highlights National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Letitia A. Long’s vision of putting “the power of GEOINT in your hands.” 
NGA publishes the Pathfinder magazine bimonthly to promote public awareness and understanding of the geospatial intelligence discipline. This issue includes the articles “New NGA Capability Brings Transparency to Requests for GEOINT,” “Seeing into the Future: InnoVision Studies Reveal Growing GEOINT Challenges and Opportunities,” and “Technology Environment Increases the Impact of GEOINT.” 
Editors of other publications may reproduce articles in the Pathfinder in whole or in part without permission, unless stated otherwise. Please credit the author and NGA’s Pathfinder magazine. Journalists interested in interviewing NGA subject matter experts on these and other GEOINT topics should contact NGA public affairs at the listed e-mail or number.
NGA is a Department of Defense combat support agency and a member of the national Intelligence Community. The agency’s mission is to provide geospatial intelligence, which is the exploitation of satellite or airborne images, fused with other intelligence and geospatial information like mapping, charting and geodesy, to help warfighters and national decision makers visualize what they need to know. NGA is the nation’s eyes.
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