The U.S. Intelligence Community comprises 17 federal agencies and departments that gather, analyze, and share information for national security and defense, foreign relations, law enforcement, and other purposes.
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The National Maritime Intelligence Center is headquarters to the Office of Naval Intelligence, another of the agencies in the U.S. Intelligence Community. The Office of Naval Intelligence was established in 1882 in a push to modernize the U.S. Navy. The department produces maritime intelligence around terrorism, weapons and technology proliferation, narcotics, and smuggling activities for use by the Navy and federal government.