IMINT

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IMINT

(IMagery INTelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.
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It supplies imagery and mapping products to the military and national leaders that are beamed to earth from photoreconnaissance planes, commercial and military satellites, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
On October 31, 1941, #413 Squadron was assigned to a photoreconnaissance of the Norwegian coast.
Nevertheless, the FEAF Commander opted to do anything he could, so plans were made to launch a three-ship of B-17s to conduct a photoreconnaissance mission over Formosa to determine the point of greatest Japanese strength.
He fixed bugs in the nation's first photoreconnaissance satellite, led studies that provided a scientific basis for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and has worked on many technical issues related to U.
3 F/A-18Fs embarked on board Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) made the first operational flight of the Super Hornet Fast Tactical Imagery photoreconnaissance module during a strike over Iraq.
The CIA relied on various sources including published Soviet statistics and estimates based on photoreconnaissance.
The RAF's Canberra PR9 photoreconnaissance aircraft, flying at altitudes of 48,000ft, were in operation today, scouring the mountainous Afghan landscape for evidence of bin Laden and his followers.
The planes flying photoreconnaissance flights were not able to get good pictures either.
Scientific firsts that we achieved included the world's first photoreconnaissance cameras in space, the first mapping of the Earth from space and the first dual camera stereo- optical data from space,'' Frey said.
transport, photoreconnaissance, and special mission).
These organizations were amazingly successful in routing and rerouting convoys, directing convoy escorts and air support to engage U-boats, and managing photoreconnaissance assets.
On the same day as the Israeli photoreconnaissance, signals intelligence intercepted an order from the Egyptian high command to break the Ramadan fast, a sure sign that something extraordinary was about to occur.