Tanzania Defence Intelligence College will be the Cornerstone of Intelligence Education for the Tanzania People's Defence Force

The Tanzania Defence Intelligence College is a multi-story structure that will be the cornerstone of intelligence education for the Tanzania People’s Defence Force and the sole source learning institution for the Armed Force Intelligence branch.

The Tanzania Defence Intelligence College is a multi-story structure that will be the cornerstone of intelligence education for the Tanzania People’s Defence Force and the sole source learning institution for the Armed Force Intelligence branch. The CJTF-HOA country engineers provide construction management and technical support locally from Djibouti while NAVFAC provides project management and oversight from Naples, Italy (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie)

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