deception means

deception means

Methods, resources, and techniques that can be used to convey information to the deception target. There are three categories of deception means: a. physical means--Activities and resources used to convey or deny selected information to a foreign power. (Examples include military operations, including exercises, reconnaissance, training activities, and movement of forces; the use of dummy equipment and devices; tactics; bases, logistic actions, stockpiles, and repair activity; and test and evaluation activities.) b. technical means--Military materiel resources and their associated operating techniques used to convey or deny selected information to a foreign power through the deliberate radiation, re-radiation, alteration, absorption, or reflection of energy; the emission or suppression of chemical or biological odors; and the emission or suppression of nuclear particles. c. administrative means--Resources, methods, and techniques to convey or deny oral, pictorial, documentary, or other physical evidence to a foreign power.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The scale of the deception means that laying criminal charges in this case was an easy call to make.
And the deception means millions of Britons who avoid pork on religious grounds could have eaten it unwittingly.
Runciman certainly acknowledges at the start of his book that "there is something repulsive about hypocrisy encountered at first hand, since no one enjoys being taken for a fool." But the real problem with hypocrisy is much more profound than mere vanity--Runciman never even mentions the crucial argument that deception can never be compatible with democratic politics because deception means that voters are denied the ability to reach informed decisions.
"This deception means the city council doesn't receive all of the money that it should and costs other council tax payers money through increased bills.
They have laid a curse on the Argies saying the deception means they'll never lift it again.
According to an industry source, "tactical deception means that it [the UAV] will fly into enemy territory and present multiple targets; it will make it look like there are multiple aircraft, maybe F-15s...or F-14s.