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{{Quote|[[DoD intelligence]] used for [[programming]] platform mission systems in development, testing, operations, and sustainment including, but not limited to, the functional areas of [[signature]]s, [[EWIR]], [[OOB]], [[C&P]], and [[GEOINT]].<ref>[[DoD Directive 5250.01]], Glossary, at 13.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[[DoD]] [[intelligence]] used for [[programming]] platform mission systems in development, testing, operations, and sustainment including, but not limited to, the functional areas of [[signature]]s, [[EWIR]], [[OOB]], [[C&P]], and [[GEOINT]].<ref>[[DoD Directive 5250.01]], Glossary, at 13.</ref>}}
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 22:48, 24 November 2013

Definition

Intelligence mission data (IMD) is

DoD intelligence used for programming platform mission systems in development, testing, operations, and sustainment including, but not limited to, the functional areas of signatures, EWIR, OOB, C&P, and GEOINT.[1]

References

  1. DoD Directive 5250.01, Glossary, at 13.