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d)Indicates information that is pulled from raw data that cannot be validated448. Intelligence definitions:g. Warning Intelligence– Focuses on the opportunities to counter and alter only those threats that havedetrimental effects for the U.S. (including U.S. military or political decision cycles, infrastructure, COA, orloss of governance). Provides a distinct communication to a decision maker about threats against U.S.security, interests, or citizens; carries a sense of urgency, implying the decision maker should take actionto deter or mitigate the threat's impact.a. Current Intelligence– Involves the integration of time-sensitive, all-source intelligence andinformation into concise, objective reporting on the current situation in a particular area.Involves theintegration of time-sensitive, all-source intelligence and information into concise, objective reporting onthe current situation in a particular area.h. General Military Intelligence– Supports the requirements to quickly respond to differing crisissituations with corresponding intelligence spanning the globe.Focuses on the military capabilities offoreign countries and organizations to include non-state actors, and other topics that could affectpotential US or multinational military operations.
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f. Target Intelligence-Identifies and nominates specific COGs and HVTs that, if exploited in a systematicmanner, will create the desired effects and support accomplishment of the commander’s objectives.Portrays and locates the components of a target or target complex, networks, and support infrastructure,and indicates its vulnerability and relationship to the enemy Centers of Gravity (COG); consists of analysisof physical and virtual attributes and signatures as well as Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) resultingfrom the application of lethal or non-lethal military force.b. Scientific and Technical Intelligence-Comprises characteristics, capabilities, vulnerabilities, andlimitations of all weapon systems, subsystems, and associated material, as well as related research anddevelopment. Examines foreign developments in basic and applied sciences and technologies withwarfare potential, particularly enhancements to weapon systems; addresses overall weapon systems,tactics analysis, and equipment effectiveness.d. Counterintelligence– Analyzes the threats posed by foreign intelligence and security services, andthe intelligence activities if non-state actors such as organized crime, terrorist groups, and drugtraffickers.Information gathered and activities conducted to identify, deceive, exploit, disrupt, or protectagainst espionage, other intelligence activities, sabotage, or assassinations conducted for or on behalf offoreign powers, organizations, or persons, or their agents, or international terrorist organizations oractivities.

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