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intelligence gathering

Collection of intelligence on other units or forces by own units or forces.
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Summary: Srinagar (J-K) [India] Feb 25 (ANI): A high-level meeting of Army, state police and Central Reserved Police Force (CRPF) was held in Jammu and Kashmir's Awantipora to review the security situation, intelligence gathering and operational preparedness to counter the design of terrorists.
The Department of National Defense (DND) is planning to ask for additional funding to boost its intelligence gathering operations in the upcoming annual budget hearing slated at the House of Representatives.
The Central Intelligence Agency: An Encyclopedia of Covert Ops, Intelligence Gathering, and Spies; 2 volume set
Listening In: Electronic Intelligence Gathering Since 1945" by the team of military and intelligence aircraft experts Dave Forster and Chris Gibson tells the full story of the evolution of the secretive ELINT aircraft, their equipment and operations, both actual and proposed.
A lack of trust could prejudice the necessary cooperation in the field of intelligence gathering, a field that - as we all know - is such a vital element in the fight against terrorism," he warned.
MAC is not responsible, however, for intelligence gathering.
Washington -- Pressure is growing on the White House to explain US intelligence gathering and why President Barack Obama appeared not to know the extent of operations, American media reported on Tuesday.
FURIOUS European leaders yesterday told America they may have seriously harmed intelligence gathering after tapping up to 35 world leaders' calls.
That gem of intelligence gathering never made it any further with the note: "This is common knowledge.
Terrorism and organized hate crime; intelligence gathering, analysis and investigations, 3d ed.
NNA - Internal Security Force Chief General Ashraf Rifi, commended police intelligence gathering for their anti espionage efforts, the last of which was the arrest of a Lebanese working for the Israelis on February 24.
Leader of the nationalist SDLP, Margaret Ritchie, also called for a review of intelligence gathering on dissidents who yesterday planted a bomb in Lurgan, Co Armagh, which was aimed at police, but injured three young children.

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