(recorded; evaluated, interpreted) (1-4)
Information differs from intelligence in that it has not been ________________________________ . It may be
true or false, accurate or inaccurate, confirmed or unconfirmed, pertinent or not pertinent. It becomes intelligence
after it has been _______________________________ , ___________________________________________ , and
On the other hand, if a theater commander required information about the transportation system of a country,
the location of port facilities on the river would definitely be included as EEI, while the slope and composition of the
banks would be irrelevant.
Thus it can be seen that the information that comprises EEI depends upon the ___________________________
and the_______________________ _______ ________________________ .