initial programmed interpretation report


initial programmed interpretation report
A standardized imagery interpretation report providing information on programmed mission objectives or other vital intelligence information which can be readily identified near these objectives, and which has not been reported elsewhere. Also called IPIR.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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