intelligence requirement


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intelligence requirement

1. Any subject, general or specific, upon which there is a need for the collection of information, or the production of intelligence.
2. A requirement for intelligence to fill a gap in the command's knowledge or understanding of the battlespace or threat forces. See also battlespace; intelligence; priority intelligence requirements.
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Chief Inspector Marc Anderson said tackling county lines was a "big intelligence requirement" and how it was important to use information to "stamp on it immediately".
One NSA memo notes that New Zealand provides "valuable access not otherwise available tosatisfy US intelligence requirement," including information abouttrading partners inthe area and aboutgovernments ofisland nations, The Intercept reported.
NSA only generates signals intelligence reports when the information meets a specific intelligence requirement, regardless of whether the proposed report contains U.S.
Born out of the nation's World War II electronic signals intelligence requirement, VQ-2 was the Navy's sole airborne unit conducting reconnaissance missions in the Mediterranean theater.
The combatant commander is directed to turn to the DIOCC for coordination and (logically) tasking of the intelligence requirement to the remainder of the DOD CSAs, as suggested by DODD 5105.21, but again, there is no backing in Federal law for the DIOCC to perform prioritization or tasking to other CSAs and little in the way of formal structure with which to do so, such as the Joint Staff tasking system.
In essence, an intelligence requirement seeks to fill a gap with the missing information that a decision maker needs.
Detective Inspector Marc Anderson said tackling county lines was a "big intelligence requirement" and how it was important to use information to "stamp on it immediately".
(1.) "An intelligence requirement that the commander and staff need to understand the threat and other aspects of the operational environment." Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joint Publication (JP) 2-01, Joint and National Intelligence Support to Military Operations (Washington, DC: U.S.
This allowed a manager to conduct a quick visualization of only HUMINT reporting to identify trends in reporting and facilitate collection management needs for the development of priority intelligence requirements. The division G-2X manager was also able to set up alerts to notify the managers when new HUMINT EOBSREPs entered the IFS.
Information flows up and down echelons across the battlefield to answer commanders' priority intelligence requirements and to detect, find and destroy enemy assets using available assets, including non-lethal targeting options.
Planners are aided in this task using the Generic Intelligence Requirements Handbook.
It is a tool to make all services in Dubai compatible with artificial intelligence requirements. A

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