The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) is a science and technology organization organized to meet the collective needs of the English-speaking nations of the free world. These nations’ Intelligence communities are commonly referred to as the ‘Five Eyes’ (FVEY) and include Australia (AU), Canada (CA), New Zealand (NZ), United Kingdom (UK), and United States (US). TTCP was created in 1957 between UK and US, with CA joining shortly after and AU and NZ joining in 1965 and 1969, respectively. Eleven Groups oversee subordinate Technical Panels (TPs) to perform collaborative research and development for emerging Defense challenges. The material presented in this paper is undertaken by TP41, All-Source Analytics, operating under the Command, Control, Communications, Cyber, and Information (C4I) Group. The C4I Group is chartered to advance current and future warfighting capabilities through collaborative innovative research in Command and Control (C2), communications, cyber and information systems. Similarly, the mission of TP41 is to develop and integrate technologies for multi-INT and open source data analytics that are responsive to operational queries arising from hybrid and traditional warfighting challenges. This will be achieved by processing all-source data, exploiting informatics, and disseminating knowledge. This paper details study assignments and projects designed to achieve those goals.