The Special Reconnaissance
Regiment will provide support for overseas operations - particularly operations to counter international terrorism.
The army view about the degree of autonomy its reconnaissance
assets are expected to have also shapes decisions about selecting reconnaissance
The 2-pound, 6-inch-long reconnaissance
device--made from off-the-shelf parts and digital camera components--would be used in weapons such as mortars.
Even before the official formation of Program C, the Naval Research Lab pioneered space reconnaissance
with the development of the Galactic Radiation and Background (GRAB) satellite launched in 1961 to collect electronic intelligence.
The introduction outlines very briefly the development of airborne reconnaissance
and defines some terms commonly known as the INTs (e.g., Signals Intelligence, SIGINT; Electronic Intelligence, ELINT; and so on).
Le Gouvernement du Salvador a informe officiellement, mercredi, le Secretaire General de l'ONU de sa decision de retirer sa reconnaissance
de la pseudo [beaucoup moins que]rasd[beaucoup plus grand que].
"On June 10...two air targets approaching the Russian state border were registered over the neutral waters of the Baltic Sea...The crew of the Russian fighter approached the air targets at a safe distance and identified them as the US Armed Forces' RC-135 reconnaissance
aircraft and the Swedish Armed Forces' Gulfstream reconnaissance
aircraft," Sputnik quoted the Russian Defence Ministry as saying in a statement.
The RAF Museum in Cosford has offered the first glimpse of one of the stars of the forthcoming air show - a rare reconnaissance
A rare reconnaissance
Spitfire will be joining the line-up at the RAF Cosford Air Show this year.
The new robust analysis method is called "reconnaissance
level" cost of cycling analysis and it opens the door to annual and affordable cost of cycling answers never before available.