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Definition of "intelligence officer" [intelligence officer]

  • An officer of a bureau or department of intelligence. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "intelligence officer" in a sentence
  • "“It was just the dumbest goddamn thing,” fumed intelligence officer Ken Danneberg, “to take a ten-million-dollar airplane, and pilots in whom the government had invested a few million more, and send them down after incidental targets to get the living bejesus shot at them.”"
  • "New to the squadron were nonflying intelligence officer LTJG Kenneth I. Danneberg and ground maintenance officer ENS Howard “Howie” Zehetner."
  • "As if to confirm that they did not expect Gordon to merely report and recommend, they appended to him the stabilizing influence of Lieutenant Colonel John Donald Stewart, an intelligence officer with Sudanese experience."