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  • [[Image:INTEL-COGNITIVE-maskirovka-doctrine.jpg | thumb|450px | ''maskirovka'' operates at many levels]] '''''Maskirovka''''' (literal translation: masking, camouflage) is a [[term of art]] in Sov
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Maskirovka]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • [[Image:INTEL-COGNITIVE-maskirovka-doctrine.jpg | thumb|450px | ''maskirovka'' operates at many levels]] '''''Maskirovka''''' (literal translation: masking, camouflage) is a [[term of art]] in Sov
    4 KB (517 words) - 18:03, 7 February 2011
  • ...et of [[deception]], and of the even broader Russian/Soviet concept of ''[[maskirovka]]''.
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  • ...Russians treat strategic [[deception]], or, in their word, [[maskirovka| ''maskirovka'']], which goes beyond our phrase to include deception, operational securit [[Image:INTEL-COGNITIVE-maskirovka-doctrine.jpg | thumb|450px | ''maskirovka'' operates at many levels]]
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  • ...t of strategic deception, however, is the Soviet and Russian doctrine of ''maskirovka'', which was controlled at the highest levels of Red Army General Staff. Th ...are key to much of the contrast between our deceptive practices and Soviet maskirovka." <ref name=Krueger>{{citation
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  • ...a]], and disinformation to promote Soviet goals. Military deception, or [[maskirovka]], was always in the General Staff, at a much higher level than in other mi [[Image:INTEL-COGNITIVE-maskirovka-doctrine.jpg| thumb |450px| Russian concepts involve the full scope of gran
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  • | ISBN = 0-553-01311-4}}</ref> Deception, by the broader Russian term ''maskirovka'', is probably more embedded in Russian military thought than in any other
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  • ...ref name=Ferguson>Ferguson</ref> It is odd that the Soviets, so adept at ''maskirovka'', were so deceived by deception rather than secrecy.
    61 KB (8,914 words) - 12:30, 28 September 2013