Joint Intelligence Architecture Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
joint intelligence architecture
1.) A dynamic, flexible structure that consists of the Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center, combatant command joint intelligence operations centers, and subordinate joint task force intelligence operations centers or joint intelligence support elements to provide national, theater, and tactical commanders with the full range of intelligence required for planning and conducting operations.
- see also intelligence
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Term Classification: intelligence
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