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belly button
 n.— «The advanced collective skills organization will focus on the needs of Ml units in the field. It will develop and export common scenarios, lead the Intelligence Center’s distance learning development, and develop and export tools (like the Combat Synthetic Training Assessment Range and Military Intelligence Combat Assessment Tables) to facilitate collective training and evaluation by unit commanders. In a nutshell, you may think of Continuous Learning as the single “belly button” to push if you are in the field and need training help.» —“USAIC&FH restructure” by John W. Smith Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin Jan. 1, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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