American Intelligence Journal
The American Intelligence Journal is the flagship publication of the NMIA. Now in its fourth decade, the Journal's focus remains on education and professional development. We seek to augment both the capabilities and the performance of armed forces intelligence operators and their civilian counterparts.
The legal environment increasingly demands joint, interagency, and coalition approaches to military and homeland security operations. Today, the military intelligence professional must be proficient across traditional and emerging disciplines, missions, and functions. NMIA is the only joint military intelligence professional association in the United States. Our American Intelligence Journal offers readers an artful balance between the wisdom of scholars and the street smarts of practitioners. We also encourage international authors.
Intelligence operators need high-caliber reference material, free from an excessive emphasis on methodology and the limited access jargon now so prevalent in the academic media. The Journal is a trusted source. With plain language, we also amplify public understanding of the contributions military intelligence makes to national security and homeland defense.
The Journal features leading-edge work by authors throughout the wider Intelligence Community, the armed services, and academia. We have an active dialogue with the National Intelligence University, the National Defense University, the Senior Service Colleges, and American Military University to review and publish appropriate articles by their faculty and students. Pieces submitted for publication must pass a careful peer review process.
The American Intelligence Journal is presently published twice a year; digital copies are sent to NMIA members and subscribers. Selected articles are now available on the NMIA portal. Guidance provided by the Editorial Review Board assures that the Journal retains its unique, instructive, and beneficial place among publications serving the military intelligence community and the American public.
Authors interested in submitting an article to the Journal are encouraged to send an inquiry – with a short abstract of the text – to the Editor by e-mail at William.Spracher@dodiis.mil. Articles and inquiries may also be submitted in hard copy to Editor, c/o NMIA, 256 Morris Creek Road, Cullen, Virginia 23934. Comments, suggestions, and observations on the editorial content of the Journal are also welcomed. Questions concerning subscriptions, advertising, and distribution should be directed to the Production Manager at Admin@nmia.org.
Feel free to browse through the AIJ Table of Contents available on the website or a PDF listing. Some back issues are available for purchase through the website.
After over 30 years in publication we are pleased to announce that the
American Intelligence Journal has gone digital.
Vol. 28, No. 2, 2010, was the last full paper production of AIJ. The theme of that issue was 'Cyber Security and Operations.' Now the Journal will be provided to all NMIA members electronically.