The 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 American Intelligence Journal is published semi-annually. Each issue runs about 100 pages and is distributed to key Government officials, members of Congress and their staffs, and university professors and libraries, as well as to NMIA members, Journal subscribers, and contributors. Contributors include Intelligence Community leaders and professionals as well as academicians and others with interesting and informative perspectives.
The ZGram™ is an electronic newsletter containing news, resources, products, symposia, employment, and business opportunities regarding the United States Defense. The ZGram is delivered in PDF format on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to your e-mail address. All source links are active on the day each issue is transmitted. Copies of the ZGram will be available in the Members's Only sections for those members who subscribe.
The CABLE Gram
The CABLE Gram addresses law enforcement issues within the United States and issues from other countries that may directly affect the US law enforcement community. Issues covered in the CABLE Gram include: Homeland Defense, Homeland Security, Terrorism, Federal Law Enforcement, First Responders, Money Laundering, Identity Theft, NBC Weapons, Cybercrimes, Smuggling, Narco Trafficking, Hazardous Materials and other related topics. Copies of the CABLE Gram will be available in the Members's Only sections for those members who subscribe.