NGA Pathfinder Magazine Highlights Humanitarian Assistance, Homeland Security

SPRINGFIELD, Va.—The January/February 2012 issue of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) Pathfinder magazine, now available online at, highlights NGA’s humanitarian assistance and homeland security work around the world. Feature articles include:
  • “NGA and First Responders Field Test Mobile Apps”
  • “NGA Domestic Deployment Team Responds to Heartland Flooding”
  • “Leveraging GEOINT for Long-Term Humanitarian Assistance”
  • “NGA-FEMA Cooperation Embraces New Practices, Emerging Technologies”
  • “NGA Focuses on Earthquake Relief in Japan”
  • “Remembering Vietnam: Staying Ahead of the Curve”
NGA publishes the Pathfinder magazine bimonthly to promote public awareness and understanding of the geospatial intelligence discipline. Editors of other publications may reproduce articles from the Pathfinder in whole or in part without permission, unless stated otherwise. Please credit the author and NGA’s Pathfinder magazine.
Journalists interested in interviewing NGA subject matter experts on these and other geospatial intelligence topics should contact NGA public affairs at the above listed e-mail or number.
NGA is the nation’s primary source of geospatial intelligence for the Department of Defense (DOD) and the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC). As a DOD combat support agency and a member of the IC, NGA creates GEOINT products using imagery, geospatial analysis, image sciences, modeling and safety of navigation for U.S. national defense and disaster relief. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter (@NGA_GEOINT) and Facebook.


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