Joint Intelligence

Some articles on joint intelligence, intelligence, joint:

Concept - Battlespace Intelligence Preparation - Joint Intelligence Preparation
... Joint intelligence preparation of the battlespace (JIPB) is the analytical process used by joint intelligence organizations to produce intelligence ... JPIB products are used by the joint force and component command staffs in preparing their estimates and are also applied during the analysis and selection of friendly ...
National Assessments Bureau - History
... A forerunner to the NAB, the Joint Intelligence Office, was originally established in 1949 ... In 1953, it was renamed the Joint Intelligence Bureau ... In 1975, the Joint Intelligence Bureau was incorporated into a new organisation, the External Intelligence Bureau, which also assumed a number of responsibilities ...
Joint Intelligence Committee
... The Joint Intelligence Committee is a nodal government agency in several countries, responsible for the internal and external security apparatus of the respective nations ... Joint Intelligence Committee (India) Joint Intelligence Committee (United Kingdom) ...
United States Special Operations Command - Subordinate Commands - Air Force
... operations specialized air mobility specialized refueling and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance ... to provide highly trained special operations command and control (C2), intelligence, and reachback support forces to deployed air commanders for execution ... serves as the core to United States European Command's standing Joint Special Operations Air Component headquarters ...

Famous quotes containing the words intelligence and/or joint:

    It is worth the while to detect new faculties in man,—he is so much the more divine; and anything that fairly excites our admiration expands us. The Indian, who can find his way so wonderfully in the woods, possesses an intelligence which the white man does not,—and it increases my own capacity, as well as faith, to observe it. I rejoice to find that intelligence flows in other channels than I knew. It redeems for me portions of what seemed brutish before.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    There is no such thing as “the Queen’s English.” The property has gone into the hands of a joint stock company and we own the bulk of the shares!
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)