I was reading an article in a socialist magazine last [...]
A lot of people have asked about the value of low powered FM stations. It's an excellent tool to have when used within certain parameters. Let's look at how to do that.
Sorry, guys... The name of the next North Korean dictator is not going to be heavily distinguishable from the last three.
Alexander the Great is probably my favorite historical figure. I’m [...]
Doctrinally, these are the activities we can expect under MACDIS operations. Knowing what to expect is half the intelligence battle, and it's incumbent on you as the Neighborhood S2 to continue to develop local intelligence for community security.
Rapid AO Monitoring of FRS/GMRS HT's By 33G20 Recently I [...]
A provocateur is someone who is in place to entice people in a group to take certain actions that would be detrimental to their cause, or otherwise beneficial to and outside and competing cause. In this case, the provocateurs were aiming for criminal actions. A probe is in place more as a means of collecting information and passing it to an outside handler. Also called a mole, these people can work their way into the higher levels of a large group and gain access to deeper information.
In order to coordinate and analyze the information coming in, you'll do yourself a favor to set up what is called an all-source collection element (ACE). You could also refer to it as your "fusion" center, seeing as you should be able to fuse together and analyze all of the intelligence you collect and compile it into useful products to drive your activities.
You'll have to break down your whole commo plan into three parts, those being your primary commo plan, your secondary commo plan and your contingency commo plan. You can think of that last one as an emergency plan.
Having read several substantial texts on Lawrence, one takes notice of a favorite tactic, that is the destruction of railroads used by the Ottomans to move troops from one stronghold to another. On at least several occasions, Lawrence himself used explosives to destroy rails and trains, allowing only a small band of Bedouin Arabs to outmatch larger numbers of soldiers who were simply trying to escape the destruction. This caused the Ottomans to commit larger amounts of resources to defending areas that otherwise had little strategic value. When the Ottomans moved soldiers to a location, Lawrence and his wild band of fighters would simply leave and attack the next vulnerable target.