Michael T. Flynn is a retired United States Army lieutenant general who served as the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, and chair of the Military Intelligence Board from July 24, 2012, to August 2, 2014. Prior to this he served as assistant director of national intelligence. He consistently pushed for greater information and intelligence sharing and was a leading figure in coalition and special operations intelligence operations. Flynn published a report in January 2010 through the Center for a New American Security entitled “Fixing Intel: A Blueprint for Making Intelligence Relevant in Afghanistan”, that took the intelligence community to task for lacking an understanding of the human-socio context of the battlefield in Afghanistan.
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