denied area


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denied area

An area under enemy or unfriendly control in which friendly forces cannot expect to operate successfully within existing operational constraints and force capabilities.
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Denied Area Infrastructure (DAI): Cubic-developed concept using a system of systems that provides internet connectivity in areas where communications infrastructure is rendered unusable.
contingent achieved this effect with never more than 100 Allied personnel on the ground in the denied area.
They should understand that HUMINT is neither a static sensor nor a scout; simply dropping one off in a denied area will not yield immediate HUMINT information.
The last major CIA denied area, stay-behind operation was in Hong Kong in preparation for the takeover by China in 1997.
This radar in space will provide denied area, all weather, day and night surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities required by the national intelligence and joint warfighter communities.
Until 1984, when Washington and Baghdad established full diplomatic relations, Iraq was effectively a denied area, and after 1984 it was most definitely a hard target.
However, the Soviet Union was then what was picturesquely called "a denied area.
UW is defined in Training Circular 18-01, Special Forces Unconventional Warfare, as "activities conducted to enable a resistance movement or insurgency to coerce, disrupt, or overthrow a government or occupying power by operating through or with an underground, auxiliary, and guerrilla force in a denied area.
Unconventional Warfare consists of activities conducted to enable a resistance movement or insurgency to coerce, disrupt or overthrow an occupying power or government by operating through or with an underground, auxiliary and guerrilla force in a denied area.
Similar to entering a cinema to watch a movie that is half complete, activity in the denied area requires the analyst to visualize activity in the denied area as it develops; relying heavily on correlated activity occurring on the near side.
8 million square miles of denied area, more than the coverage provided by all 24 U-2 missions conducted between 1956 and 1960.
A denied area may be defined as a foreign nation in which ARSOF activities are semipermissive or nonpermissive.