IMINT


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IMINTImagery Intelligence
IMINTImage Intelligence
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The data is displayed, analyzed, and cross-cued with the IMINT and SIGINT Analysts (and other intelligence disciplines as applicable).
With all of these tac-recce solutions available, as well as many others too numerous to list here, militaries looking to save their hard-to-come-by budgetary allotments have several tactical IMINT options.
It is perhaps better described as an augmentation to IMINT than as a coherent MASINT capability unto itself.
The methods of traditional foreign intelligence collection fall into the following five areas: imagery intelligence (IMINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), human intelligence (HUMINT), measurement and signatures intelligence (MASINT), and open source intelligence (OSINT).
Softcopy Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) products in a raster format could be embedded or encoded with improving accurate geographic metadata and shared with multiple users across an electronic medium.
-- During the conference I will be giving a presentation titled: Extending IMINT efficiency.
FMV gained the most attention outside the IC, but even within the realm of GEOINT/ IMINT it represents just one source of intelligence that exploded in demand to meet operational needs.
He was appointed an imagery intelligence (IMINT) warrant officer in 1985 and his first assignment was to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
At the top sit the government-owned satellites, such as the US NROL-45 satellite sent aloft on 10 February which may gather Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) for the US government, although the exact role of this satellite remains highly classified.
intelligence (IMINT) when employing EO/IR pods such as Litening or
Converted World War II airframes such as the RB-17 and RB-29 served as the first Air Force Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) platforms.