combat intelligence


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combat intelligence

That knowledge of the enemy, weather, and geographical features required by a commander in the planning and conduct of combat operations.
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Noun1.combat intelligence - intelligence that is required for the planning and conduct of tactical operations
intelligence activity, intelligence operation, intelligence - the operation of gathering information about an enemy
terrain intelligence - tactical intelligence on the natural and man-made characteristics of an area
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Layton was Combat Intelligence Officer on the staff of Adm.
Second Lieutenant Roni Johnson, Combat Intelligence Corps, Lisa Carcacerra, Steven Napolitano, Ofer Yardeni, Shari Yardeni, Lieutenant Avihai Rigbi.
He was an Army veteran of World War II and Korea where he served in combat intelligence.
The IDF has established the Nahshol, "the world's first female-only unit dedicated to combat intelligence missions, combin[ing] the fighting capabilities of combat forces with advanced intelligence-gathering skills.
Meanwhile, Bahrain is set to join the GCC Drug Combat Intelligence Centre as the council passed the decision yesterday.
The records will typically include operations reports, general orders (including medal citations), and records of attached artillery units, cavalry, engineers, combat intelligence, medical operations, military police, and the division's infantry regiments.
As a trusting citizen, Green signed himself into the Marine Corps as a combat intelligence officer without understanding the intent of the military, which was aimed at exploiting the aspirations of the 35 year-old man.
The long hours are minor burdens when put in the perspective of Predator eyes flying overhead supporting coalition forces, providing combat intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance--and saving lives everyday," he said.
Two of these efforts, which will now form part of the Combat Intelligence System, involve intelligence temminals, Sentinel Byte and Constant Source.
The new portal consolidates information from hundreds of legacy databases and applications to provide authorized users with access to everything from personnel data to frontline combat intelligence.
An MI Officers Reserve Corps (MIORC) was established from a group of World War I veterans associated with MI (1923) and a MIORC correspondence course was initiated to standardize combat intelligence training and conduct.

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