overt operation

NOUN
  1. the collection of intelligence openly without concealment
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  • Investigate the crime, make the appropriate arrests and continue on with routine life, without the corrupted wars of aggression that were based on lies and fraudulant intelligence, andthat does cause the so called terrorism responses such as the diaper bomber (if it wasn't a CIA or Mossad covert operation). by He Tried to Blow Up the Plane With a Condom Bomb: Why Getting Hysterical About Airport Security Is Wrong
  • This started more than a decade-long illegal, covert operation in Central Asia by a small group in the US intent on furthering the oil industry and the Military Industrial Complex, using Turkish operatives, Saudi partners and Pakistani allies, furthering this objective in the name of Islam. askedto write about the recent situation with the Uighurs in Xinjiang, but she declined, apart from saying that "our fingerprint is all over it. Red Ice Creations
  • Missions will vary from typical ‘build a base - kill 'em all’ to covert operations, scouting and survival.
  • Some experts envisage a future of nimble covert operations. Times, Sunday Times
  • He convened a task force on greater CIA openness, and there was an acceleration in the declassification of records on past covert operations.
  • An executive committee, including the commander in charge of covert operations, assesses payments and makes recommendations. Times, Sunday Times
  • Selma breathed heavily, walked with lead feet, and possessed a grandmotherly smell that will forever be endearing to me (but problematic in covert operations). Todd Kashdan: Three Clues That CEOs or Politicans Are Lying to You
  • It is people like you that the secret services choose for their most dangerous covert operations.
  • Not being satisfied with SEAL claims alone, these imposters often make additional claims of special skills (sniper, courier, etc), or of participation in covert operations for the CIA or other “shadowy” agencies, in order to re-emphasize the “ultra-secret” nature of the work they claim to have done and the “extremely classified” and “inaccessible” nature of their military records. Heroes or Villains?
  • A man of powerful intellect and great energy, Casey was an unreconstructed Cold Warrior with a penchant for action and a fascination with covert operations.
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