Definition of specific intelligence collection requirement

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specific intelligence collection requirement

'specific intelligence collection requirement' is an military term meaning '(DOD) An identified gap in intelligence holdings that may be satisfied only by collection action, and that has been validated by the appropriate requirements control authority. Also called SICR'.

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