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Maverick Troop deployed two HCTs, trained to extract information from human sources and subsequently write Intelligence Information Reports.
25) In this analysis the Coast Guard production center analyst acts as a collector and applies the two step collection review to determine if the FIR should be translated into an intelligence information report (IIR).
Bratton and FBI Acting Director Pete Brust said the mall was being released through a routine intelligence information report when it was picked up by news agencies.
One of the best tools that is sometimes overlooked is the Intelligence Information Report (IIR) Evaluation, also commonly referred to as an Eval.
In just the first three months of the deployment, Corporal Heigh and his three-man team used their HUMINT source operations to produce 65 draft Intelligence Information Reports to meet the squadron's requirements.
As testimony to the high value of OSINT analysis and reporting, ASD's intelligence information reports since 2003 have received 28 "Major Significance" evaluations from the Defense Intelligence Agency, National Ground Intelligence Center, and the U.
ASD's translation section then converts the reports into English, and the DAC reports officers check these translations and perform the final editing and formatting before the reports are published as Intelligence Information Reports (IIRs), the unit's primary product.