Geospatial engineering

Geospatial engineering

Geospatial Engineering, also known as Geospatial Information and Services (GI&S), and formerly called Mapping Charting and Geodesy (MC&G) remains a core mission of the Army Engineer branch and provides the foundation layers for GEOINT.

*Joint Publication 3-34, Joint Engineer Operations, 12 Feb 2007
*Army Regulation 115-11, Geospatial Information and Services

* GEOINT: Geospatial Intelligence

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