joint intelligence architecture

joint intelligence architecture

A dynamic, flexible structure that consists of the National Military Joint Intelligence Center, the theater joint intelligence centers or joint intelligence center equivalents, and subordinate joint force joint intelligence support elements. This architecture encompasses automated data processing equipment capabilities, communications and information requirements, and responsibilities to provide national, geographic combatant, operational, and tactical commanders with the full range of intelligence required for planning and conducting operations. See also architecture; intelligence.
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Doctrinal precepts, particularly those related to joint intelligence architecture, have been adapted to a high-tech environment.
Under his guidance, new Joint intelligence architectures were developed and a complete overhaul of the command's indications and warning system was put in place.

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