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The 11th Intelligence Squadron (11 IS), provides tailored full-motion video processing, exploitation and dissemination for special operations forces engaged in both combat and non-combat operations worldwide.
The squadron was established in August 2006, in order to provide tailored and dedicated intelligence support to special operations forces. It became the first imagery and full-motion video intelligence unit to be specifically assigned to Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). It is unique among Air Force intelligence squadrons in that it does not report to the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA).
Rapid growth in special operations missions and in reconnaissance operations in support of the Global War on Terrorism led to the unit becoming one of the fastest growing Air Force units. The unit expanded to include geographically separated units at Fort Bragg, North Carolina and Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico. In addition, the unit is affiliated with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C. and St. Louis, Missouri.
With the dramatic growth in UAVs and full-motion video capabilities, the 11th Intelligence Squadron is responsible for more than half of all the full-motion video exploited by the U.S. military.Operation Iraqi Freedom
Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan
Operation Enduring Freedom - Philippines
Operation Enduring Freedom - Horn of Africa
Operation Enduring Freedom - Trans-Sahara
Operation Unified Response
Hurlburt Field, Florida, 2006–Present
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 2006–2012
Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 2008–2010 (formally called "Det 2" was stood down and replaced by the 56th IS)
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, District of Columbia, 2006–Present
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Missouri, 2008–Present