acoustic intelligence


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acoustic intelligence

Intelligence derived from the collection and processing of acoustic phenomena. Also called ACINT.
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The stratified nature of today's systems, points out the DARO document, was evident in the number of discrete systems deployed during Operation Desert Storm: 33 unique imagery intelligence (IMINT) systems (14 of which were not interoperable); 18 different SIGINT systems; a unique acoustic intelligence system; 3 radar intelligence and 3 MASINT systems; and HUMINT systems.
The work we provide in information assurance through efficient, real-time or near real-time secure data exchange of acoustic intelligence - and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance 'cue' interceptions is key to the successful completion of this tasking," said Kenneth J.
Flash ranging, a part of acoustic intelligence (ACOUSINT), was one new intelligence discipline to emerge during World War I, along with aerial photography and radio intelligence, which became mainstays of combat intelligence.