technical intelligence


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technical intelligence

[′tek·nə·kəl in′tel·ə·jəns]
(ordnance)
Intelligence pertaining to foreign or enemy technological developments capable of, or having, a practical application to warfare.
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Most damaging of all, the report cites extensive information derived from technical intelligence to make the case that many of the deliberate massacres of Syrian civilians can be attributed to militants rather than to the government of Bashar al-Assad.
For example, commanders are often provided "slice elements" such as explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) and weapons technical intelligence (WTI) teams but the primary missions of these elements fall outside this lane.
The Sbirs satellites were designed to give advanced missile warning to the US military, and to support critical missile defence applications, provide technical intelligence and enhance battlespace awareness - essentially, to operate as space-based C4ISR assets.
In an expert panel discussion on market intelligence deliverables, Gary Whitehurst, Corporate Competitive & Technical Intelligence Manager EMEA from Procter & Gamble, said that companies may face issues that executives are not comfortable with confronting.
A spokesman of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that in the past there had only been sharing of technical intelligence in some areas.
The Ministry of Defence set up a secret flying saucer working party in the 1950s drawing in experts from the Directorate of Scientific Intelligence and the Joint Technical Intelligence Committee with nothing better to do in those over-staffed times.
The A7 offers a new level of technical intelligence with logical, self-explanatory ergonomics.
NTRO is a key government agency that gathers technical intelligence while DIA is tasked with collating inputs from the Navy, Army and Air Force.
An internationally known specialist in naval, aviation, and technical intelligence issues, with over 40 books to his credit and service as a consultant or adviser to three secretaries of the Navy and two chiefs of naval operations, Polmar comes well prepared for the task.
Under terms of the contract, the TASC team will work on several key mission areas of the Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) program, the nation's missile early warning and defense system, including missile defense, battlespace awareness and technical intelligence.
Frances Blackburn, service manager education and training coordinator at Healthy Hearts, gave lectures on the use of technology in cardiac investigations, in line with the academy''s specialism of technical intelligence.
He became part of a team led by Ian Fleming which collected technical intelligence ahead of the Allied invasion of Europe and he took part in the D-Day landings After the war he joined the BBC where he began working on the sub-editorsCO desk in the Latin American section of the World Service.

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