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Surrounding Threats Demand Higher Quality Intelligence

Dozens of cadets graduated the Intelligence Corps officers' course, Thursday.

A senior military intelligence source told reporters at a briefing,  "The need to address a wider field of intelligence, resulted in the last course of military intelligence officers, which ended today, was the largest since the corps was established." The official added that the need to deal with seven theaters around Israel and the ever-increasing threats demand bigger, more skilled and better quality staffing. He continued that getting to the bottom of matters through in-depth study also requires more staffing.

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