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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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Acting on intelligence provided by the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Coast Guard seized more than 17 metric tons of cocaine from Mexican drug cartels, at the time the largest maritime seizure of cocaine in the world. The DEA is part of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

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