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ROUTINE 6 hours
IMMEDIATE (O) 30 minutes
FLASH (Z) 10 minutes or less
EMERGENCY (Y) Immediate
CRITIC Critical Information. Information of such importance it needs to be sent within 10 minutes
KLIEGLIGHT Time sensitive tactical data, released in a timely manner
TACREP Principal reporting vehicle used by the US SIGINT system to keep NSA, tactical commanders and national, theater, local and tactical- level non- SIGINT organizations advised of the status of continuing or potential threats
ACTIVATION/ DEACTIVATION This is in regards to a CDSE and will include a USSID SP0200 notification to request a SIGAD or to deactivate one
TACELINT MSG for EW contacts that contains parameters of contact of interest
IGRAM Integrate Graphics and Multimedia Reports (IGRAM). Uses attached media, connected via hyperlink, to enhance or clarify the information in the original serialized reports
STRUM general- purpose reporting vehicle for collection covers a 24 hour period
STI Significant Technical Interest. something happening out of the normal parameters
Implications of MINIMIZE Hold routine message traffic on station
DAG assigned, promulgated, and controlled by NSA, five letter groups used in the address component of the message to obviate the necessity for listing each address separately.
AIG Address Indicating group. represents 16 or more specific and frequently recurring combinations of action and/ or information addresses. Used to increase speed of message handling.
Producer Designator Digraph Two character designator assigned by NSA to identify a specific SIGINT producer
SIGAD SIGINT Activity Designator. Designate a SIGINT site, used for reporting purposes instead of having to include the Command Name in every correspondence in regards to reporting
DF Station Identification Two character designator assigned by NSA to identify a specific DF capable site/platform
GENSER Plain Language Address used when address cannot be reached by Defense Special Communications Systems
Routing Indicators Consist of 6 letters. Made up of letters that identify mode, geographical area and the rest are used for computer language to prevent message drop or misroute
DOI-101 Operating instruction DAGS
DOI-102 Operating Instruction Routing Indicators
DOI- 103 Operating procedures and practices applicable to Special Security
JDISS As a tactical extension of the DODIIS network, provides interoperability and compatibility for intelligence dissemination and communication throughout the DoD
GCCS-M (Global Command and Control System Maritime) Meets the mission applications requirements of the tactical commander for a near real- time, fused common tactical picture with integrated intelligence service and database
NRTD Supplies a combined near-real-time intelligence picture derived from SIGINT and other sources to operational and intelligence customers at all levels
S-TRED Standard Tactical Receive Equipment Display. A tactical display processor that parses and displays intelligence reports for situational awareness, wide area surveillance, indications and warning, and cueing for organic sensors
IBS- Simplex Formerly TDDS, a broadcast communications system for Intel data and indications and warning information in a near real time from national and theater- level intelligence collection systems to US and Allied military and national- level customers
IBS- Interactive Formerly TIBS, a tactical intelligence dissemination network developed to provide direct support to military operations in the areas of battlefield management and situational awareness as they relate to combat commanders.
IBS- Network NRTI and BINOCULAR. Provides a global architecture with theater focused capabilities
INTELINK A suit of web- based applications, tools and services provided by intelink enterprise collaboration center
ANCHORY database that retrieves NSA reports from up to three year back
CARILLON NSA General processing computing facility composed of four large scale state-of-the-art IBM z/OS computer systems.
WRANGLER ELINT database that provides characteristics of non- communications emitters
VINTAGE HARVEST world- wide based analytic tool offering comprehensive information about signals to the US intelligence community and Second Party partners
SEALINK Provides on- demand access to Office of Naval Intelligence real- time maritime database to include Sea Watch, NID, MSC, AMIDSHIPS and more
OILSTOCK A high resolution, geographic based graphics system used to display real time and historical data over a map background
ARCGIS mapping tools Allows you to author, analyze, map, manage, share and publish geographic information
GALE Lite (Generic Area Limitation Environment) Suite of tools and automated services designed to support a wide range of intelligence analysis functions
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