battlefield surveillance

battlefield surveillance

Systematic observation of the battle area for the purpose of providing timely information and combat intelligence. See also surveillance.
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The Russian media outlets reported that the PRP-4A Argus integrates a mast-mounted IL120-1 battlefield surveillance radar that is capable of detecting the targets in any weather conditions, directing the gathered information towards the vehicles' artillery and missile launchers.
The institute said the device can operate in all weather conditions and is capable of sharing digital targeting data, giving it additional battlefield surveillance capabilities.
In 2005, It delivered to the east African country Battlefield Surveillance Radars used for detection of vehicles and missiles in battlefield.
There are also chapters on future systems, the lineage of battlefield surveillance, and the lineage of electronic warfare.
Hi- tech handheld thermal image devices, night vision devices, battlefield surveillance radar, underground monitoring sensors are some of the other solutions being discussed.
On 15 January 2014, 1st Platoon, 615th Military Police Company (1/615), Grafenwoehr, Germany, deployed to Kosovo (located in the Balkans region of southeast Europe and bordered by the Republic of Albania and the former Yugoslavian Republics of Macedonia, Serbia, and Montenegro) in support of the 504th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade.
The drone, used for battlefield surveillance, was "small-scale" and not a sophisticated aircraft equivalent to some US-made robotic planes that can fly at high altitudes or launch missiles, US defense officials said.
The drivers recognized soldiers from the 713th Engineer Company, where they detonated explosives, and did a question-and-answer session before honoring soldiers from the 219th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade.
If an S-8 position is not documented on the MTOE (for example, in battlefield surveillance brigades, combat aviation brigades, fires brigades, and maneuver enhancement brigades), the logistics officer in the S-4 is normally assigned the budget responsibilities for the brigade.
Team 23--SSG Adam Davila and 1LT Gregory Scheffler--504th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade
To meet these varied challenges, the Army built the Battlefield Surveillance Brigade (BfSB).
When it was delivered in 1997, the Coyote was considered state-of-the-art and soon became the backbone of the Canadian Army's battlefield surveillance capabilities.
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