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  • 1Intelligence in the American Revolutionary War — Intelligences in the American Revolutionary War was essentially monitored and sanctioned by the Continental Congress to provide military intelligence to the Continental Army to aid them in fighting the British during the American Revolutionary… …

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  • 2Intelligence Support Activity — patch Active 1981 Country United States …

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  • 3intelligence — intelligence, intelligence testing A well trampled arena of combat between the advocates of the supremacy of nature and nurture, intelligence is commonly thought of as synonymous with the Intelligence Quotient (IQ), devised originally by Alfred… …

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  • 4Intelligence analysis — This article deals with the intellectual process of analysis itself, as opposed to intelligence analysis management, which, in turn, is a subcomponent of intelligence cycle management. For a complete hierarchical list of articles in this series,… …

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  • 5Intelligence dissemination management — This article is part of a series on intelligence cycle management, and deals with the dissemination of processed intelligence. For a hierarchical list of articles, see the intelligence cycle management hierarchy. It is a classic maxim of… …

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  • 6Intelligence operations in the American Revolutionary War — Like many wars, much of the American Revolutionary War was fought by means other than the armies of George Washington, Howe, John Burgoyne, and Cornwallis.Also, see Intelligence in the American Revolutionary War, the main article on the subject.… …

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  • 7Intelligence quotient — IQ redirects here. For other uses, see IQ (disambiguation). Intelligence quotient Diagnostics An example of one kind of IQ test item, modeled after items in the Raven s Progressive Matrices test …

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  • 8intelligence, human — ▪ psychology Introduction       mental quality that consists of the abilities to learn from experience, adapt to new situations, understand and handle abstract concepts, and use knowledge to manipulate one (human being) s environment.  Much of… …

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  • 9Intelligence Identities Protection Act — The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982 (uspl|97|200, usc|50|421|426) is a United States federal law that makes it a federal crime to intentionally reveal the identity of an agent whom one knows to be in or recently in certain covert… …

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  • 10Health and intelligence — are two closely related aspects of human well being. The impact of health on intelligence is one of the most important factors in understanding human group differences in IQ test scores and other measures of cognitive ability. Several factors can …

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  • 11Signals intelligence in modern history — This article is a subset article of the article Signals intelligence, which addresses the unifying conceptual and technical factors and common technologies in this intelligence discipline. This article deals with signals intelligence in the… …

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  • 12Impact of health on intelligence — Human intelligence Abilities and Traits Abstract thought Communication · Creativity Emotional Intelligence Kn …

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  • 13Signals intelligence — SIGINT redirects here. For the UNIX signal, see SIGINT (POSIX). RAF Menwith Hill, a large site in the United Kingdom, part of ECHELON and the UK USA Security Agreement. Signals intelligence (often contracted to SIGINT) is intelligence gathering… …

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  • 14Counter-intelligence — This article is a subset article of intelligence cycle security. National intelligence programs, and, by extension, the overall defenses of nations, are vulnerable to attack. It is the role of intelligence cycle security to protect the process… …

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  • 15Senate Report on Pre-war Intelligence on Iraq — The Senate Report on Iraqi WMD Intelligence (formally, the Report of the Select Committee on Intelligence on the U.S. Intelligence Community s Prewar Intelligence Assessments on Iraq ) was the report by the United States Senate Select Committee… …

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  • 16Central Intelligence Agency — CIA redirects here. For other uses, see CIA (disambiguation). Central Intelligence Agency Official Seal of the CIA Agency overview Formed September 18, 1947 …

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  • 17Director of Central Intelligence — The Office of United States Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) was the head of the United States Central Intelligence Agency, the principal intelligence advisor to the President and the National Security Council, and the coordinator of… …

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  • 18Universal Intelligence — is a term used by some to describe what they see as organization, or order of the universe. It has been described as the intrinsic tendency for things to self organize and co evolve into ever more complex, intricately interwoven and mutually… …

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  • 19National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency — Know the Earth, Show the Way. NGA seal …

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  • 20Artificial intelligence (video games) — In strategy games like Freeciv, the game AI must deal with large amounts of information Game artificial intelligence refers to techniques used in computer and video games to produce the illusion of intelligence in the behavior of non player… …

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