Technical collection represents the largest asymmetric edge that technologically advanced countries such as the United States and its allies have in the intelligence business. Intelligence veteran Robert M. Clarkas new book offers a succinct, logically organized, and well written overview of technical collection, explained at a non technical level for those new to the field. Filling a void in the literature, The Technical Collection of Intelligence is the only book that comprehensively examines the collection, processing, and exploitation of non-literal intelligence information, including laser, acoustic, and infrared signals; non-imaging optical intelligence sources; and radar tracking and measurement of aerospace vehicles. A compelling final chapter addresses the substantial challenges that come with managing technical collection. A stunning full-color interior design features high quality graphics while a handy atabsa feature keeps content at the ready. A useful list of recommended books and reports, a glossary of terms, and a list of acronyms make this guide a go-to resource. Technical Collection will prove invaluable to all source analysts, managers of technical collection, customers of intelligence, and recruiters for the intelligence community.Richard L. Garwin and Frank N. von Hippel, aA Technical Analysis: Deconstructing North Koreaa#39;s October 9 Nuclear Test, a ... of New Zealand, aCTBT International Monitoring, a www.nrl.moh.govt.nz/about/ ctbtinternationalmonitoringsystem.pdf.
|Title||:||The Technical Collection of Intelligence|
|Author||:||Robert M. Clark|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2010-07-14|