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U.S. Army, Open-Source Intelligence (ATP 2-22.9) (July 2012) (full-text).

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ATP 2-22.9 establishes a common understanding, foundational concepts, and methods of use for U.S. Army open-source intelligence (OSINT). ATP 2-22.9 highlights the characterization of OSINT as an intelligence discipline, its interrelationship with other intelligence disciplines, and its applicability to unified land operations.

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