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Nato Osint Reader

Nato Osint Reader

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This publication supplements the NATO Open Source Intelligence Handbook, published in November 2001, which provided preliminary information on the subject of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). The NATO OSINT Reader, a focused collection of articles and reference materials by worldwide experts, is designed to give commanders and their staffs the theoretical, historical, practical, and international background necessary to understand how this discipline has evolved.
This publication supplements the NATO Open Source Intelligence Handbook, published in November 2001, which provided preliminary information on the subject of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). The NATO OSINT Reader, a focused collection of articles and reference materials by worldwide experts, is designed to give commanders and their staffs the theoretical, historical, practical, and international background necessary to understand how this discipline has evolved.

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OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE READER 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
INTRODUCTION
THEORY AND HISTORY OF OSINT
APPLICATION OF OSINT
INTERNATIONAL VIEWS OF OSINT
REFERENCES
 
 
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO THE NATO OSINT READER 
This publication supplements the
 NATO Open Source Intelligence Handbook 
, published in November 2001, which provided preliminary information on the subject of Open SourceIntelligence (OSINT). The
 NATO OSINT Reader,
a focused collection of articles andreference materials by worldwide experts, is designed to give commanders and their staffs thetheoretical, historical, practical, and international background necessary to understand howthis discipline has evolved. The increasingly robust array of open sources available enablescommanders to attempt to satisfy some of their information requirements themselves rather than resorting to directing Requests for Information (RFIs) elsewhere.The
 NATO OSINT Reader 
provides comprehensive information and various perspectives onOSINT, including:
Expositions as to what OSINT is and why it is so important to themilitary forces of today and tomorrow;
The theoretical framework of collecting, analyzing, and reportingOSINT information;
The history of OSINT, particularly as practiced by the NATO nations;
The application of OSINT to real-world situations both current andfuture as well as historical;
International views of OSINT, including but not limited to the views of  NATO members; and
References for further reading and study.
The NATO OSINT Reader 
has been prepared by the staff of the Supreme Allied Commander,Atlantic, Intelligence Branch in collaboration with staff from the Supreme Allied Command,Europe (SACEUR), and the original sponsor for most of these articles, Open SourceSolutions Inc. The
 Reader 
and the
 Handbook 
will be supplemented by a third companiondocument,
 Intelligence Exploitation of the Internet 
. The information in this trilogy is relevantto all NATO commands, task forces, member nations, civil-military committees and workinggroups, and such other organizations that may be planning or engaged in combined jointoperations.F. M. P. ’t HARTRear Admiral, Netherlands NavyAssistant Chief of Staff, Strategy2

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