WASHINGTON — Air Force 1st Lt. Roslyn L. Schulte was posthumously awarded the National Intelligence Medal for Valor on Friday for her efforts to teach Afghan military officials how to gather and interpret military intelligence. She died in May in Afghanistan when an improvised explosive device struck her vehicle en route to a Bagram Airfield meeting on the very issue that powers the IC: sharing intelligence.

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