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NATO OSINT Handbook

NATO OSINT Handbook

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Published by Michael Best
NATO OSINT Handbook
NATO OSINT Handbook

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Published by: Michael Best on Oct 10, 2013
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PREFACE
his publication provides preliminary joint and coalitiontraining information on thesubject of Open Source Intelligence(OSINT). It discusses the fundamentalsof OSINT support to both the all-sourceintelligence process, and to theunclassified intelligence requirements of operators, logisticians, and civilianorganizations participating in joint andcoalition operations. The focus is onrelevant information that can be obtainedlegally and ethically from the public and private sector, and that is not classifiedin its origin or processing. Theinformation may become classified inrelation to the commander's intent or itsassociation with classified informationwhen it is rightly blended into all-sourceintelligence reports.his publication has been prepared under my direction asthe Supreme AlliedCommander, Atlantic, in collaborationwith staff from the Supreme AlliedCommander, Europe (SACEUR). This publication has benefited greatly fromthe continued collaboration between mystaff and the staff of Open SourceSolutions Inc. With the publication of this document and its companions, the
 Intelligence Exploitation of the Internet 
and the
NATO OSINT Reader 
,commanders and their staffs will have basic guidance for the development of OSINT.The increasingly robust array of opensources available to all staffs enablecommanders at all levels to attempt tosatisfy their information requirementsthemselves rather than immediatelydirecting Requests for Information(RFIs) elsewhere. This manual outlinesa systematic approach to OSINTexploitation.his information is relevant toall NATO commands, task forces, member nations, civil-military committees and workinggroups, and such other organizations thatmay be planning or engaged incombined joint operations.W. F. KERNANGeneral, U.S. Army
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