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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Module 4 Summary – Chapter 5 Collection
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Objectives Overarching themes Strengths and weaknesses Key terms Please check the end of Chapter 5
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I INTs PIZZINT: pizza intelligence RUMINT: rumor intelligence LAVINT: lavatory intelligence REVINT: revelation intelligence DIVINT: divine intelligence
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Overarching Themes Budget Technical collection systems are expensive Each system is specialized Launch is expensive Major means of Congressional influence Budget approval process
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Overarching Themes Long lead times Technical collection is complex Must collect, store, transmit and process Build and launch timeline System antiquated before launch Priorities change requiring different systems Improve capabilities on a regular basis Collection synergy Systems “tip” or cue other systems Goal is All Source Intelligence (fusion intelligence)
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Overarching Themes Cuban missile crisis Analysts failed to predict Khrushchev’s actions Anti-Castro Cubans provided evidence of missile deployment A human source provided data to target U-2 flights Imagery provided crucial status of missile fields and approximate time of completion Soviet colonel Oleg Penkovsky, spying on behalf of the U.S. and U.K. provided Soviet technical manuals and expertise Imagery and naval units provided locations of Soviet ships delivering missiles
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Overarching Themes Processing and Exploitation Imbalance Volume of raw data collected versus processed Past budget decisions favored new systems NSA reports 650M events daily, 10K reports P&E requires more manpower/funding to sift
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Overarching Themes Competing collection priorities Finite capability Prioritization of requirements zero-sum gain System has no appreciable surge capability Time and budget constraints for technical collection Soviet’s low-cost satellites and rockets HUMINT development time consuming Need to shift resources in emergencies 1998 Indian nuclear tests India publicly stated intent to conduct tests Assets were focused on the Korean DMZ
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Overarching Themes Swarm ball Collecting on important events, even if the systems isn’t best suited Why? Defending budgets
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2010 for the course MGMT 201 taught by Professor Claper during the Winter '10 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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