In the United States Army, approximately 28,000 military personnel and 3,800 civilian personnel are assigned to intelligence duties, comprising the Military Intelligence Corps. The primary mission of Army Intelligence is to provide timely, relevant, accurate, and synchronized intelligence and electronic warfare support to tactical, operational and strategic-level commanders. The Army’s intelligence components produce intelligence both for Army use and for sharing across the national intelligence community.
- Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence (G2). As the Army's Chief Intelligence Officer, the responsibilities of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence include policy formulation, planning, programming, budgeting, management, staff supervision, evaluation, and oversight for intelligence activities, as well as overall coordination of the major intelligence disciplines.
- The United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, located at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, is the Army's major intelligence command.
- The United States Army Intelligence Center, located at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, it is the Army's school for professional training of military intelligence personnel.