Soldiers of the Intelligence Corps on parade, 1960 (c)
Photograph, 1960 (c).
The Intelligence Corps is responsible for collecting, analysing and disseminating military intelligence and also for counter-intelligence and security.
This work includes gathering human intelligence from prisoners of war, civilians or refugees, as well as studying details gathered from signals intelligence or imagery intelligence.
One of 16 photographs of the Intelligence Corps, 1950-1969 (c). From a collection of 1536 photographs taken by Central Office of Information of the regiments and corps of British Army, 1950 (c)-1969 (c).
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National Army Museum, Out of Copyright
National Army Museum, Study collection