Definition of Military intelligence
1. Noun. An agency of the armed forces that obtains and analyzes and uses information of strategic or tactical military value.
Generic synonyms: Intelligence, Intelligence Agency, Intelligence Service
Specialized synonyms: Defense Intelligence Agency, Dia
2. Noun. Information about the armed forces of another country that is useful in planning and conducting military policy or military operations.
Category relationships: Armed Forces, Armed Services, Military, Military Machine, War Machine
Lexicographical Neighbors of Military Intelligence
Literary usage of Military intelligence
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Guide to U.S. Army Museums by R. Cody Phillips (1997)
"US ARMY military intelligence CORPS HISTORICAL HOLDING Fort Huachuca, Arizona Hours of Operation: By appointment only. Address: US Army Military ..."
2. Palmer's Index to the Times NewspaperTimes (Londo (1906)
"65 Company RGA, 3 e Naval and military intelligence — West Indies, the Withdrawn! of Troope from the. 3 я 8 d Letters on. 13 о 9 e—1 я 4 6 Winter Training ..."
3. Cambodia at War by Dinah PoKempner, Human Rights Watch/Asia, Arms Project (Human Rights Watch), Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1995)
"military intelligence in Battambang The Vietnamese in 1979 established a military intelligence apparatus in the northwest region of Cambodia known until ..."
4. The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East by M. W. Daly (1997)
"... Chapter Seven Director of military intelligence Although discouraged by his failure to win appointment outside Egypt, and by the prospect of service ..."
5. Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration edited by William P. Snyder, James Brown (1997)
"... whatever the relationship between military intelligence resources and those ... must be supported by a military intelligence analytical capability and, ..."
6. Colombia's Killer Networks: The Military-paramilitary Partnership and the by Human Rights Watch/Americas, Arms Project (Human Rights Watch) (1996)
"Patrick J. Leahy (D-VT) confirms the Defense Department's role, which is explained as an attempt to make Colombia's military intelligence networks "more ..."