What are 4 steps of the intel Process
- Generate Intelligence Knowledge
How many intelligence Disciplines are there and what are they?
- Counterintelligence (CI)
- Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT)
- Human Intelligence (HUMINT)
- Measurement and Signature Intel(MASINT)
- Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT)
- Signal Intelligence (SIGINT)
- Technical Intelligence (TECHINT)
counters or neutralizes intel collection efforts through collection, CI investigations, operatins, analysis, production and technical services and support
4 Primary Missions to CI
- CI support to force protection
- CI suppport to research, development, and acquisition
- Cyber CI
It is the exploitation and analysis of the imagery and geospatial information to describe, assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically reference acitivities on Earth.
Intelligence collector of foreign information from people and multimedia to identify elements, intentions, composition, strength, dispositions, tactics, equipment, and capabilities.
What are HUMINT sources
- Enemy POW
- Local In habitants
- Friendly Forces
- members of foreign gover't nongovermental organizations
Intelligence obtained by quantitative and qualitative analysis of data (metric, angle, spatial, wavelength, time dependence, modulation, plasma, and hydromagnectic)
Measurement and Signature Intelligence
Information of potential intelligence value that is available to the general public
Intelligence derived from communications, electronic, and foreign instrumentation signals
Subcategories of SIGINT
- Communications Intelligence (COMINT)
- Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)
- Foreign Instrumentation Signals Intel (FISINT)
Technical information and intelligence derived from foreign communications by other than the intended recipients
Communications Intelligence COMINT
Technical and geolocation intelligence derived from foreign noncommunications electromagnetic radiotions emanating from other than nuclear detonations or radioactive sources.
What are the ELINT subcategories?
Operational and Technical
Tehcnical information and intelligence derived from the intercept of foreign electromagnetic emissions associated with the testing and operational deployment of non-US aerospace, surface, and subsurface systems.
Intel derived from the collection, processing, analysis, and exploitation of data and information pertaining to foreign equipment and materiel for the purpose of preventing technological capabilties, and developing countermeasures designed to neutralize any adversary's technological advantages.
What are the complementary intelligence capabilities?
- Biometrics-enable intelligence (BEI)
- Cyber-enable intelligence
- Document and media exploitation (DOMEX)
- Forensic-enabled intelligence (FEI)
Information associated with and/or derived from biometric signatures and the associated contextual information that positively identifies a specific person and/or matches an unknown identity to place, activity, device, component, or weapon.
Processing, translation, analysis, and dissemination of collected hardcopy documents and electronic media that are under the US Government;s physical control and are not publicly available.
Document and media exploitation (DOMEX)
The use of forensic techniques to provide timely and accurate information that facilitates situational understanding and supports decisionmaking.
Forensic-enabled intelligence (FEI)
Complementary intelligence capability providing the ability to collect information and produce unique intelligence.
The intergration of intelligence from all relevant sources in order to analyze situations or conditions that impact operations.
What are the CI core functions?
- Technical Services and Support
- Analysis and Production
What is GEOINT comprised of?
- Imagery Intel
- Geospatial information
HUMIT collection methodologies include 5 categories, what are they?
- HUMINT in military source ops