US Space Command

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE USSPACECOM REGULATION 200-2
Headquarters United States Space Command
Peterson Air Force Base Colorado 80914-5001 19 January 1987

Intelligence

INTELLIGENCE RESPONSIBILITIES

This regulation gives the intelligence mission, responsibilities, and policy for United States Space Command. It applies
to HQ USSPACECOM and component commands.

1. General. The United States Space Command Direc- (7) Provides current intelligence and tailored
tor of Intelligence ensures intelligence is available to briefings.
support the Command's missions and to respond to in- (8) Formulates intelligence requirements to sup-
telligence requirements of higher authorities. port Command missions and performs collection
2. Mission. The Director of Intelligence provides management for the Command.
USCINCSPACE and his staff with necessary in- (9) Conducts intelligence production in accord-
telligence to support force planning, development, ance with assigned defense intelligence responsibilities.
posturing, and execution. The Director of Intelligence
provides managerial oversight and policy guidance for (10) Provides targeting support.
intelligence activities and functions for component (11) Distributes intelligence produced by the
commands and subordinate units.
Command to authorized elements.

3. Responsibilities:
b. Directors. Obtain intelligence support from
a. Director of Intelligence: the Director of Intelligence.
(1) Formulates Command intelligence policies,
plans, and programs in support of Command missions. 4. Policy:
(2) Manages the Indications and Warning Center a. The Director of Intelligence interfaces with the
as part of the Worldwide Warning Indicator Monitor- Defense Intelligence Agency, the Services, and other
ing System. national intelligence agencies.
(3) Provides strategic indications and warning for b. Intelligence estimates used to support Command
incorporation into the integrated tactical warning and planning and force development are validated by ap-
assessment network. propriate national-level intelligence agencies and the
(4) Provides intelligence on foreign space systems Director of Intelligence.
status and posture. c. The Director of Intelligence receives sustaining
(5) Provides intelligence on space and ballistic services support, to include Intelligence Data Handling
missiles to support North American Aerospace Defense System, Special Security Office, manpower, civilian
Command. personnel, budget execution, and formal training pro-
gram management from the Air Force Space Com-
(6) Prepares integrated air, missile, and space mand Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence in response
threat estimates. to Director of Intelligence requirements.

OFFICIAL ROBERT T. HERRES
General, USAF
Commander in Chief
G. A. STANSELL
Colonel, USAF
Director of Administration

No. of Printed Pages: 2
OPR: J2X (CAPT Robert F. Fogg)
Approved by: Brig Gen Richard J. O'Lear
Editor: Robert E. Kirk
Distribution: F;X(See page 2.)

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DISTRIBUTION: X
Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington DC 20330-2006 .............................................. 1
US Army Space Agency, Peterson AFB CO 80914-5001 ............................................... 1
US Naval Space Command/Dir of Intel, Dahlgren VA 22448-5170 ....................................... 1
HQ Air Force Space Command/IN, Peterson AFB CO 80914-5001 ...................................... 1
HQ USA ACSI, Washington DC 20330-2006 ........................................................ 1
HQ USN DNI, Washington DC 20330-2006 ......................................................... 1
HQ USAF ACS/I Washington DC 20330-2006 ....................................................... 1
HQ NORAD/NCI, Cheyenne Mtn Complex CO 80914-5605 ............................................ 1
Naval Space Command/VN17, Dahlgren VA 22448-5170 .............................................. 5