It provides the soldier with real-time video access to critical tactical intelligence and the capability to share video from the individual soldier to the tactical network.
What does TI stand for?
TI stands for Tactical Intelligence
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Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) awarded the STUAS program to Insitu for its Integrator UAS in July 2010 to provide persistent maritime and land-based tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data collection and dissemination capabilities.
During Idex, Arcanum will provide the international community information on the full range of its solutions capabilities, and include demonstrations of some of its tactical intelligence support equipment and industry-leading software for automated analytical support, data visualisation, and decision support.
Joe Heck, Heck's assignment was the subcommittee for Technical and Tactical Intelligence, which monitors the government's satellite capacity.
Department of State and author of the best-selling book Ghost, Confessions of a Counterterrorism Agent, and STRATFOR's VP of Tactical Intelligence, Scott Stewart, also a former intelligence agent with the State Department.
He has extraordinary quality and an enormous tactical intelligence.
has often been reluctant to provide tactical intelligence to Pakistan because the shared information frequently winds up in the hands of the Taliban or even al-Qaeda.
He has tactical intelligence, and is always where he needs to be in the race," purred Prudhomme.