Intelligence Support Activity
US Army Intelligence Support Activity (USAISA), also known as ISA, 'The Activity', and, in recent times, 'Gray Fox', is a top secret Army intelligence unit. The Activity grew out of the need for specialized intel support for US Special Operations that was highlighted by the failed US attempt to rescue American hostages from Iran in 1980
Intelligence Support Activity - Role
The Activity's primary role is to gather actionable intelligence in order to pave the way for special operations undertook by units such as Delta Force (known as 'operational preparation of the battlespace'). The forms of intelligence gathered by the Activity include:
Intelligence Support Activity - Organization
The Activity is thought to made up of around 300 operators and is under the command of JSOC (Joint Special Operations Command).
The unit is organized into several elements
Since its inception, the Activity has been providing invaluable intelligence and support to many United States operations.
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