Definition of strategic intelligence

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strategic intelligence

'strategic intelligence' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Intelligence required for the formation of policy and military plans at national and international levels. Strategic intelligence and tactical intelligence differ primarily in level of application, but may also vary in terms of scope and detail. See also intelligence; operational intelligence; tactical intelligence'.

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