observer identification

observer identification

In artillery and naval gunfire support, the first element of a call for fire to establish communication and to identify the observer/spotter.
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The mandate - particularly the recommendation that schools practice third-party "observer identification" as a last resort - drew swift rebuke last spring both from administrators and representatives of the district's equity committee, which advises on issues related to nondiscrimination and harassment.
Because of these changes in observer identification training and policies, two separate but overlapping time frames were used in this study.
1 Observer team information: (a) Where (polling station; `region'), (b) Who (observer identification), (c) When (time of visit).