Definition Edit

Multiple source intelligence (MULTI-INT) is

[t]he deliberate application of 2 or more discrete but supporting intelligence disciplines (e.g. GEOINT, HUMINT and SIGINT) seeking to improve the quality of the intelligence product.[1]

References Edit

  1. DCDC, "United Kingdom Supplement to the NATO Terminology Database" (Joint Doctrine Publication 0-01.1 (JDP 0-01.1)) (8th ed. Sept. 2011) (full-text).

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