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Purpose of Naval Intelligence Support the CDR, identify centers of gravity and critical vulnerabilities, support planning and execution of operations, and protect the force
5 Steps of Intelligence Cycle Planning, Collection, Processing, Production, Dissemination
3 Categories of Intel Strategic, Operational, and Tactical
National Level collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination activities
Theater Level non- navy assets in theater that can be utilized by CDR for a joint operation
Fleet Level produce intelligence assessments on nations of concern- particularly their military forces- monitored by maritime movements
PIR (Priority Intelligence Requirement) any subject upon which there is a need for collection of information or the production of intel
CCIR (Commander's Critical Intelligence Requirement) information critical to the CDRs management and decision- making process that affect successful mission accomplishment
Publications that govern Intel oversight EO 12333 DOD 5240.1-R SECNAVINST 3820.3E
Difference between US citizen and person US citizen- actual citizen of the US US person- resident alien
Intelligence preparation of battles pace environment Continuous analysis of adversary, terrain, and weather assigned to potential battle space
Fleet Intelligence Office Mission Plan, manage, and execute Fleet intelligence TYCOM functions Subordinate commands are ONI and NMCI
ISR mission requirements Intelligence, Surveillance, recon Used for planning operational missions
Intelligence Fusion Cell Function To provide all- source, fused Intelligence that provides the most accurate and complete picture possible of what is known of an activity
HUMIT Human intelligence
OSINT (open source intelligence) sources available to the public
MASINT ( Measurement and Signals Intelligence) technical intelligence obtained by quantitative and qualitative analysis of data
SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) communications intel, electronics intelligence, and foreign instrumentation signals intelligence ELINT, FISINT, COMINT
IMINT (Imagery Intelligence) visual photography, infrared sensors, lasers, electro-optics, and radar sensor
ACINT (Acoustic Intelligence) collection and processing of acoustic phenomena
3 Intel brief examples Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) Country Overview (Country Study) Order of Battle (OOB)
Intelligence Watch Floor Role To provide fused multi-sourced intelligence into products for National, Fleet, Tactical, and Joint CDRs