IMINT

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IMINT

(IMagery INTelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.
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ISR systems such as the RQ-4 Global Hawk, GPS constellation, and photoreconnaissance satellites reflect how dependent U.
photoreconnaissance aircraft and satellites, ocean-scale sonar arrays) are capable of monitoring movements of military personnel and equipment.
Hezbollah, the radical Shi'a terrorist group based in southern Lebanon, is known to possess a fleet of small RPAs capable of carrying photoreconnaissance equipment, munitions, and presumably even chemical weapons.
In particular, Chinese photoreconnaissance, radar, and signals intelligence satellites might enable the targeting of anti-ship ballistic missiles (ASBM) or other weapons on the US fleet in the event of a crisis in the Western Pacific.
recall that 12 launches of the revolutionary CORONA photoreconnaissance satellite were required before a successful demonstration of film capsule recovery on the 13th flight [Wheelon, 19953).
He worked as an engineer, repairing aircraft for the vital missions to resupply troops, evacuate casualties, conduct photoreconnaissance and drop bombs during the Burma Campaign.
He does a good job of interspersing accounts of combat operations with explanations of how photoreconnaissance and ULTRA information influenced particular campaigns, target selections, damage assessment, and most importantly, how leaders interpreted or misinterpreted the information.
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.
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.
My first mission as an ECM operator was a photoreconnaissance mission to Singapore--as a single air-craft.