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  • #REDIRECT [[Airborne Warning and Control System]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Airborne Warning and Control System]]
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  • #Redirect [[Airborne Warning and Control System]]
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  • <!-- Pagename must be filled out for subpages system to work correctly. --> | pagename = Airborne Warning and Control System
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Airborne warning and control system}}
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  • ...]] and a battle staff, which can detect aircraft and [[command and control|control]] combat.
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  • Russian [[C3I-ISR|airborne warning and control system]] aircraft, for which interoperability with the NATO/US [[E-3 Sentry]] is b
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  • ...for attacking [[high-value asset]]s such as [[Airborne Warning and Control System]], [[air refueling]] and cruise missile carrier aircraft
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Controlling close support to ground forces}}
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  • ...ful search [[radar]], both for the advantages of the greater horizon of an airborne radar, and also to let its [[aircraft carrier]] minimize its [[electronic ...Hawkeye, with five crew seats, does have a limited airborne warning '''and control''' capability, but normally uses a [[low probability of intercept]] data li
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  • ...ary applications, such as the "Wedgetail 737" airborne warning and control system first developed for Turkey. As well as commercial passenger versions, there ===Airborne warning and control===
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  • {{r|Joint Tactical Information Distribution System}} {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • Included in the [[U.S. Army]] '''Forward Area Air Defense''' Command, Control and Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (BM/C4I)
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  • ...l combat aircraft, as well as participating in an [[integrated air defense system]]. Since the older aircraft are physically aging, variations of the electro ==Airborne Early Warning==
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  • {{r|Joint Tactical Information Distribution System}} {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Integrated air defense system}}
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  • ...e versions of this trend already are present; the U.S. [[RC-12 GUARDRAIL]] system uses sets of three piloted aircraft and a ground station. The aircraft, how ...irframe. This system provides SIGINT as well as airborne radar warning and control.
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  • the [[TSEC-|TSEC/XYZ series]], except certain of the letters in the AN/ system are reserved for NSA use. While the [[#designation systems codes|designation system codes]] are quite complex and still contain special cases, the basic struct
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  • the [[TSEC-|TSEC/XYZ series]], except certain of the letters in the AN/ system are reserved for NSA use. While the [[#designation systems codes|designation system codes]] are quite complex and still contain special cases, the basic struct
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  • ...even discussions of establishing interoperable communications with Russian systems in coalition operations. The aircraft can patrol the open ocean, [[littora ...wers the Australian and Turkish "Wedgetail" [[Airborne Warning and Control System]] (AWACS) aircraft and [[C-40 Clipper]] transport.
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  • | title = Joint Communications System ...h more constrained in capacity and reliability. The [[Joint Tactical Radio System]], for example, deals with constraints imposed by geography, by limited ele
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Clandestine cell system}}
    935 B (117 words) - 22:28, 11 January 2010
  • ...mentary to, the conventional system based on directions from [[air traffic controller]]s to aircraft. Originally developed by the [[Federal Aviation Administr ...nomous of central control, it is similar to the [[automatic identification system]] used with watercraft.
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  • ...le of killing [[high-value asset]]s such as [[Airborne Warning and Control System]] aircraft.
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Littoral Surveillance Radar System}}
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Network Centric Airborne Defense Element (missile)}}
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  • ...5 family''' aircraft are [[intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance]] systems that share a common airframe, the [[KC-135 Stratotanker]], an [[air refuel ...liner, as has the [[P-8 Poseidon]], and the [[Airborne Warning and Control System]] for [[Turkey]] has been built into a modified [[Boeing 737]].
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • ...d based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Joint Tactical Information Distribution System]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|AEGIS battle management system}}
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  • ...craft, the '''[[AN-|AN/]]APY-2''' was improved to track surface as well as airborne targets. It has the ability to track moving surface targets both on land, The system is built and maintained by [[Northrop Grumman]], which took over maintenanc
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  • ...rtered at [[Davis-Monthan Air Force Base]], Ariz., '''Twelfth Air Force''' controls the [[Air Combat Command]] conventional fighter and bomber forces based in ...S CALL]], stationed at Davis-Monthan, is an [[Eighth Air Force]] asset and controlled by the 55th Wing at [[Offutt AFB]], Neb.)
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  • ...ging". In modern intelligence terminology, active and passive sound-based systems were the [[geophysical MASINT#Acoustic MASINT|acoustic MASINT or acoustic ...little or no armament. Against non-kamikaze aircraft, the various weapons systems had significantly different effectiveness<ref name=>{{citation
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  • ...and intelligence]] (C3I). Depending on the national doctrine involved, the control is more or less decentralized. NATO doctrine is concerned with [[deconflict, but did not grasp that the most critical and vulnerable part were the control centers. Indeed, some of the German radars of the time were more advanced,
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Integrated air defense system}}
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • ...6016 for Tactical Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C4I) systems that implement the Link 16 Tactical Data Link (TDL)</ref> ...and speed, originally determined by the [[tactical air navigation|TACAN]] system, and, today, may be from [[GPS]]. Other messages sent by participants inclu
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Command and control]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System}}
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  • #Seaward: the area from theopen ocean to the shore, which must be controlled to support operations ashore. ...mile in radius, when [[AWACS|airborne early warning or airborne warning & control]] and long-range [[fighter aircraft]]. The ocean was sufficiently deep that
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  • missile tests. In an operational context, potentially could be used for warning and tracking of theater-level [[ballistic missile]] launches. They are b ...ircraft further complement the [[E-3 Sentry]] airborne warning and control system (AWACS) and the [[E-8 Joint STARS]] ground surveillance radar aicraft.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Integrated air defense system]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}}
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  • {{r|Integrated air defense system}} {{r|BaE Systems ALARM||***}}
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Command and control}}
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  • ...air supremacy. Thus the Battle of Britain that ensued, became a battle for control of the skies over the Channel, between the [[Royal Air Force]] (RAF) and th ...tacking what, in modern terms, would be called an [[integrated air defense system]] (IADS). They came close to disabling it, but gave up and switched to a [[
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  • ...ration |transliteration of]] non-Roman character sets. Soundex and related systems help search biographical databases by phonetics, but transliterated charac ...graphical Information Systems]], since multiple projections and coordinate systems are used both in maps and in imagery.
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  • ...II ((1977) included an infrared detection system, a [[sonobuoy]] reference system, the Harpoon anti-ship missile and 28-channel magnetic tape recorder/reprod *Protected Instrument Landing System
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  • The '''E-3 Sentry''' is a large [[airborne warning and control system]] (AWACS) aircraft, which can detect aircraft and direct combat in at least ...nning with, for example, ships equipped with the [[AEGIS battle management system]].
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  • ...Force Budget Issues Team; executive director, Airborne Warning and Control System task force; and chief, Congressional and Joint Matters Division, Directorat
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  • ...craft further complement the [[E-3 Sentry]] [[Airborne Warning and Control System]] (AWACS) and the [[E-8 Joint STARS]] ground surveillance radar aircraft. Multiple, complementary systems are aboard the RIVET JOINT, with modifications in equipment and manning fo
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  • ...buried objects. Spinoffs from radar technology led to medical devices for controlled heating of tissue, and then the [[microwave oven]]. ...transmitters and one or more receivers, with more than two antennas in the system..
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  • {{r|Airborne Warning and Control System}} {{r|Arms control}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Airborne Warning and Control System]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Airborne Reconnaissance Low}}
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  • ...frequency bands]], which also can be a [[electronics countermeasures suite controller]].<ref name=GS-APR-39>{{citation | title = AN/APR-39 Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)
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  • and Control System (AWACS) planes, and development of an anti-satellite system. ...blunt congressional criticism, the administration promised to pursue arms controls negotiations with the Soviet Union.
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  • ...the 317 survivors were accidentally spotted. The manual Movement Reporting System (MOVEREP) of the time did not correlate her sailing with her nondeparture[ ...igher-level assets such as the [[E-3 Sentry]] Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS).
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  • ...trajectory, typically over an area of land or sea either under the enemy's control or that the enemy does not consider contested (e.g., ocean from which a [[s ...unique challenges for interception of the missile or its warhead. Some BMD systems, recognizing the complexity of each phase, may "layer" defenses, combining
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  • ...pabilities as a [[radar warning receiver]] and electronics warfare control system. It is of 1990s vintage, undergoing a Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) for the [[A-1 ...odular, with a variety of subcomponents that interconnect in its Interface Control Unit (ICU) computer. The computer proper is a militarized version of a [[CO
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  • {{r|Geographic Information System}} {{r|Joint Tactical Information Distribution System}}
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  • ...intelligence to them. Essentially, NORAD ran the [[integrated air defense system]] (IADS) for North America.<ref name=About>{{citation ...rincipally on [[transponder]]s to track and identify aircraft. Air traffic control radar, as opposed to a military air search radar such as the [[AN-|AN/]][[M
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  • missile]]s may have a secondary capability that can be used against airborne radar. ...speed, with the intention of destroying a surface to air missile's ground control before the SAM can strike.<ref name=FAS-HARM>{{citation
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  • ...behind the [[Soviet Union]] in the research and development of new weapon systems. Johnson decided to counter this criticism with the public release of the ...sread the plane's designation.<ref>Andreas Parsch, [ Non-Standard DOD Aircraft Desig
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  • ...other threats against aircraft, the '''AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System (CMDS)''' both assists the crew in staying aware of the threats, and managi | title = AN/ALE-47 Countermeasures Dispenser System
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  • Originally intended to begin full deployment in 2010, '''Future Combat Systems (FCS)''' is an integrated, network-centric set of techologies and equipmen Some of the systems will continue in development, under an interim program called the Brigade
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  • ...d on 4 November 1952, but U.S. SIGINT was not, at first, under centralized control. ...vely identified with intelligence and security, ASA was withdrawn from G-2 control and resubordinated to the Army Chief of Staff as a field operating agency.
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  • The various systems and procedures involved in '''Catapult Assisted Take Off But Arrested Reco Mission requirements, such as carrying airborne [[radar]] or heavy [[nuclear weapon]]s, required more total power. While e
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  • ...ctivity, etc., rather than to form images. The two are combined in certain systems, such as mapping radar with a moving target indicator. ...NT]]) that – when collected, processed, and analyzed by dedicated MASINT systems – results in intelligence that detects, tracks, identifies, or describes
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  • | issue = 2}}</ref> It routinely provides warning to [[FIM-92 Stinger]] and [[MIM-104 Patriot]] [[surface-to-air missile]] ...[radar MASINT#counterartillery radar|counterartillery radar]], and the two systems have a number of interchangeable components.
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  • share information through the [[Joint Tactical Information Distribution System]] ([[JTIDS Link 16]]). ...]] have developed a next generation, called NASAMS (Norwegian Advanced SAM System). This uses the [[TPQ-36|AN/TPQ-36A radar]]. NASAMS is also [[JTIDS Link 16
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  • ...extent of classified information, especially in a [[compartmented control system]], as used for intelligence and communications security information. ...ganizations. The activity in question is one in which U.S. names were used systematically as a basis for selecting messages, including some between U.S. citi
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  • The basic design centered around the heaviest gun system, in terms of combined rate of fire and energy of projectiles, ever built fo ===Defensive systems===
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  • ...aintain clandestine communications to the HUMINT organization, and will be systematically prepared for debriefing. They operate significantly farther than t ...rect action (military)| Direct Action (DA)]] against any nuclear delivery systems they encountered.<ref name=SuvorovSpetsnaz>{{cite book
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  • {{r|Airborne Common Sensor}} {{r|BaE Systems ALARM}}
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  • 02:00 local time, with an [[attack helicopter]] strike against an early warning [[radar]] just inside Iraq. Destruction of that radar opened the gatewa ...helicopters, which had taken off at 2300 hours local time, led to an early warning radar station on the Saudi border by [[U.S. Air Force]] [[MH-53 Pave Low
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  • ...e IX Fighter Command, Quesada used new communications technologies to gain control over aircraft in combat. He took Gen. Eisenhower on a battlefield tour in a :#Whoever controls the air generally controls the surface.
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  • ...Cs and Ds had only minor modifications, the main changes being in the fuel system. The D model also dropped support of the reconnaissance pod; where the U.S. ...s in the Soviet Union, improvements in the Soviet [[integrated air defense system]] made such a flight path suicidal, except when firing long-range [[air-to-
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  • | url = ...s, gravity compensated weapons handling devices, damage control automation systems and components will reduce the ship's crew and costs.
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  • ...rected at communications, but will be upgraded to be capable against early warning and acquisition radars., four analysis operators (linguists), one acquisition operator and an airborne maintenance technician.
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  • ...ations for modernization requirements and the development of major weapons systems; the emergence of modern [[piracy]] as a security challenge that threatens ...ld, including threats from [[Iran]] and [[North Korea]], as well as better controlling critical technologies and physically securing dangerous materials in th
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  • ...een the US and USSR. This treaty covered [[nuclear weapon]]s and launching systems including [[intercontinental ballistic missile]]s, [[submarine-launched ba It continues to appear in subsequent arms control negotiations, which have a general theme called "trust but verify". Verifi
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  • Previous CIA agent programs for the North were gradually moving under MACV control &mdash; although SOG always had an Army commander, Air Force deputy command ...ef>SOG-1970, p. B-19</ref> and there were numerous [[compartmented control system|compartments]] dealing with operations in and against North Vietnam.
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  • ...e consumers. Where the analysts drive things, however, is when they issue warnings. The issuance of a warning is almost always going to generate questions. A tactical report, however
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  • {{main|Centers for Disease Control}} ...S. intelligence community, a valued component of the [[Centers for Disease Control]], and indeed the world public health community, is the Epidemiological Int
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  • ...her radar, and you can't draw comparisons between military and air traffic control radars unless they are described with sufficient detail for a radar expert ...o address the possibility that some sightings were [[compartmented control system|highly classified]] experiments, and certainly other phenomena with an obsc
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  • {{r|Airborne Reconnaissance Low}} {{r|Airborne Common Sensor}}
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  • ...o address the possibility that some sightings were [[compartmented control system|highly classified]] experiments, and certainly other phenomena with an obsc ...eals with the nonhuman aspect, and sociology with the issue of mass belief systems. Certainly, other workgroups could be involved, such as military from the
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  • ...y precise [[time reference]]s such as provided by the [[Global Positioning System]] (GPS) ...ological swarming | Biologically driven forms]] are often complex adaptive systems, but have no central planning, simple individual rules, and nondeterminist
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  • ...he initial concept of operations was to surround Baghdad with tanks, while airborne and air assault infantry cleared it block-by-block. <ref name=Zucchino>{{c ...ground or take cities, such as the [[82nd Airborne Division]] and [[101st Airborne Division]], to shift some of their effort to road security.
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  • ...tform hard to locate, and especially hard to "lock up" in the fire control systems of weapons that could be used against it. ...War]], were primitive by today's standards &mdash; but they struck without warning, for the simple reason that humans do not see deep underwater. Understan
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  • ...ted. For example, a class of satellites, originally intended to give early warning of rocket launches based on the heat of their exhaust, reports energy wa ...rometric]] information on its composition. In other words, MASINT may give warning before characteristics visible to IMINT are clear, or it may help valida
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  • ...o look into it, but while I know the Osprey has been suggested as an early warning aircraft, I'd immediately have some concerns. It's not always obvious in ...opters, even for the Marines, who retain both smaller attack and command & control birds, and large transport helicopters that may be superior for certain ove
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  • '''Command, control, communications and intelligence (C3I)''' and [[intelligence, surveillance ...ions of [[command and control|control]], or can delegate various levels of control.
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  • ...Take Off But Arrested Recovery]] ([[CATOBAR]]); the catapult and arresting systems are major components, but certainly not the only ones involved. At present ...her light ships formed outer screens against submarines, and to give early warning of air attack.
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  • ...u of Intelligence and Research]], DIA coordinates but does not necessarily control a wide range of other intelligence agencies. In particular, it draws inform ...pdf/510521p.pdf }}</ref> In addition, it does have the IC-wide operational control of [[measurement and signature intelligence]], as well as some military-spe
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  • ...turrets, bullet-proof glass, self-sealing fuel tanks, high-altitude oxygen systems, enlarged wing and tail surfaces, better radios, and ground- scanning rada the West. Improved German radar, new airfields, and centralized ground control allowed groups of fighters to be quickly vectored into the predicted flight
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  • ==Early warnings== ...Agency programs, Secretary Rumsfeld established a [[compartmented control system|Special Access Program]] (SAP) codenamed COPPER GREEN, for interrogating pr
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  • ...trategy|Vietnamese Communism]], for its converts, was an organizing belief system that had no equivalent in the South. At best, the southern leadership inten ...uch a nucleus around which he justified his controls, is less clear. Those controls, and the shutdown of most indigenous opposition by 1959, was clearly alien
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  • ...f government policies or orders, or in ways seen as subversive of the Nazi system. Most notably, these included a significant number of Germans who helped [[ ...rdat|Concordat between Germany and the Holy See]] ended any possibility of systematic resistance by the Catholic Church. The largest Protestant Church, the L
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  • ...s by many other countries, some of which allowed attacks to be launched or controlled from their territory. The [[United Nations]] neither approved nor censur ...d regional terrorists, but there is now little evidence he had operational control of terrorists acting outside the region. Saddam had attempted an assassina
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  • ...] (CIA), euphemistically "Other Government Agency (OGA)" called both in a system of secret detention facilities but also visiting other interrogation center ...he Congress to declare war, and outside the authority of the U.S. judicial system. There were precedents for such interpretations, such as [[Johnson v. Eisen
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