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''Tradecraft is a time period used in the intelligence neighborhood to explain the equipment, practices, and strategies utilized in espionage and clandestine investigations. even if the practitioner is a covert agent for the govt or an identification thief and con guy, the equipment, practices, strategies, and methods are usually a similar and occasionally realized from a similar assets. complicated legal Investigations and Intelligence Read more...

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A disguise may be a physical cover-up designed to make the wearer unrecognizable. This may camouflage the wearer or conceal his or her true identity. The psychology of disguise is the art of making someone invisible in a particular environment or situation. The disguise artist seeks to blend in with his or her surroundings and become a part of the background. The goal is to NOT stand out, be different, be out-of-place, HUMINT Surveillance and Undercover Operations 39 A S B S B A B B 1. Approaching intersection 2.

Often, the source believes there is no harm in sharing secrets with an ally or neutral state. Sometimes that false assumption comes to reveal that the source is sleeping with the enemy—that is, the true identity of the other half of the transactions are a known enemy. That scenario may be further extrapolated when the member of the Federation refuses to continue to provide information and is informed that his or her activities of selling secrets to the opposing Klingons will be revealed if cooperation is not continued.

Intelligence management begins with a determination of what needs to be known—a needs assessment or determination of the essential elements of intelligence (EEI). Espionage activities often involve accessing places where the information sought is stored or accessing people who know the information. Covert operations may include reconnaissance, sabotage, assassinations, and propaganda or psychological operations, etc. Unless precise objectives are determined, data will be collected unsystematically, and decision makers do not receive the intelligence product that they require for decisions.

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