For those that may not be aware, the Corps recently comissioned a painting by artist Stuart Brown of Skipper Press entitled 'Fixing Intel'** to mark the granting of the Freedom of Entry by Marlborough to 4 MI Battalion on the 23 Jun 11. Although the painting could be illustrating one of many MI capabilities that deploy to HERRICK, it is designed to show the typical activities of a Company Operational Intelligence Support Team (COIST) operator, one of the many successful initiatives the Corps delivers. It combines the idea of a foot patrol and shura by showing locals gathering for a meeting while in the foreground a village elder volunteers information to an MI operator through a local interpreter. The MI operator is clearly identifiable as such by the 1 MI Brigade flash he has stuck on the back of his notepad. The painting has been completed, along with 250 limted edition prints signed by the artist. The prints are competively priced at £30 and are available from the Intelligence Corps museum. **For all you pedants, in January 2010 Maj Gen Flynn, the US Chief J2 in Afghanistan, published a document entitled Fixing Intel a blueprint for Afghanistan...hence the spelling as Intel, not Int or Intelligence.