Iraq Intelligence Intelligence analysts say U.S. forces in Iraq need to develop better human intelligence sources. Such intelligence teams who have personal information about militant activity could help identify future targets. Analysts say that intelligence gathered on the ground is as crucial as high tech satellite gear for stopping potential attacks. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.
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Intelligence analysts say U.S. forces in Iraq need to develop better human intelligence sources. Such intelligence teams who have personal information about militant activity could help identify future targets. Analysts say that intelligence gathered on the ground is as crucial as high tech satellite gear for stopping potential attacks. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.