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PURPOSE OF INTEL?
Supporting the Commander
Identifying Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities
Planning and Operations
Protecting the Force
Combatant Assessment
5 Steps of Intel
Planning and Direction
Collection
Processing
Production
Dissemination
3 Types of Intel
Strategic
Operational
Tactical
Strategic
National and International Levels.
Operational
Regional theaters or areas of operations
Tactical
Component or unit level
PIR
Priority Intelligence Requirements. Critical to accomplishing the mission normally having to do with the Commands Course of Action
CCIR
Critical Commanders Intelligence Requirements. Required to enable the Commander to make decisions that will provide a timely and appropriate response to actions by the potential or actual enemy. Includes: warning of attacks, aggression against a friendly country, nuclear/biological/chemical weapons, nuclear strike plans.
Intelligence preparation of the battle space environment
defining the battle-space environment, describing the battle space effects, evaluating the advesary to determine to opponents capabilities.
Fleet Intelligence Office
Plan, Manage, and execute Fleet Intelligence TYCOM functions that optimize intelligence readiness across all navy warfare.
ISR
Intelligence,Surveillance and Reconnaissance. Provides a level of planning, analysis and targeting support.
Intelligence Fusion Cell
Naval intelligence centers serve as fusion centers where information from various sources is validated, correlated, analyzed, and disseminated to support operations.
TYPES OF INTEL
HUMINT
OSINT
MASINT
SIGINT
COMINT
FISINT
ELINT
IMINT
ACINT
HUMINT
Human Intelligence- information collected and provided by human resources.
OSINT
Open Source Intelligence - finding, selecting, and acquiring information from publicly available sources.
MASINT
Measurement and Signature Intelligence - detects, tracks, identifies, or describes the signatures of fixed or dynamic target sources.
SIGINT
Signals Intelligence - interception of signals by either people or electronic signals or both.
COMINT
Communications Intelligence - a sub-category of SIGINT that involves messages or voice information derived from foreign communications.
FISINT
Foreign Instrumentation Signals Intelligence -electromagnetic emissions associated with the testing and operational deployment of foreign aerospace, surface, and subsurface systems.
ELINT
Electronic Intelligence - Technical and geo-location intel derived from foreign non-communications electromagnetic radiations emanating from other than nuclear detonations or radioactive resources.
IMINT
Imagery Intelligence - technical, geographic, and intel information derived through the interpretation or analysis of imagery and collateral materials.
ACINT
Acoustic Intelligence - collection and processing of acoustic phenomena.
Intelligence Watch Floor
acts as the strategic center with ties to both national intelligence agencies and the HQ-level law enforcement intelligence activities.
BMD
Ballistic Missile Defense - respond to growing threats that range from terrorism to ballistic missiles intended to intimidate and coerce US and US allies.
EX) North Korea and the aggressive pursuit.
3 imaging Systems
EO (Electro-optical) provides highest quality of imagery.

IR - literal images and thermal observations.

SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) High quality radar imagery.
Image Product Library
central repository for the Fleet to store image products.
Precision Targeting Work Station
screening, exploitation, annotation and measuratin of national, tactical and commercial imagery as well as for target developement and mission planning support.
National, Theater, Tactical intelligence orginizations.
National- executive, strategic intel

Theater- operational intel

Tactical - tactical intel.
HULTEC
Hull to Emitter Correlation - emitters parametric values to a specific vessel
UMOP
Unintentional Modulation Of Pulse- specific emitter identification technique that helps destinguish between different radars.
ELNOT
Electronic Intelligence Notation- an electronic emitter code assigned to a radar.

character - 3 numbers - character
Three Types of Electronic Warfare
Electronic Protection - Protecting friendly personnel, facilities, equipment, and objectives.

Electronic Support- use of electromagnetic spectrum in order to gain intel about other forces.

Electronic Attack - use of electromagnetic energy, directed energy, or anti-radiation weapons to attack with the intent to degrade/neutralize/destroy enemy capabilities.
RADAR
Radio Detection and Ranging - system that uses radio waves to detect the range, altitude direction, or speed of both moving and fixed objects.
SONAR
Sound Navigation and Ranging - sound propagation under water to navigate or detect other vessels.
Parent Agencies
HUMINT - DIA - DC
SIGINT - NSA - Forte Meade, MD
IMINT- NGA- Bethesda, MD
ACINT-DNI - DC
DPI
Desired Point of Impact -a precise point, associated with a target, and assigned as the impact point for a single unitary weapon to create a desired effect.
DMPI
Desired Mean Point of Impact - assigned as the center for impact of multiple weapons or area munitions to create a desired effect.
First space based satellite imagery system
Corona- took images, put in capsules, and set back to earth for US to retrieve.
Joint Targeting
logical methodology for the development, planning, execution, and assessment of the effectiveness of targeting and weapons employment