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originally posted by: LSU2018
a reply to: Gnawledge
You can't navigate Twitter but I bet you can navigate Trump's Twitter page with pinpoint accuracy and sheer determination.
originally posted by: Gnawledge
When I click on your link, I don't see this tweet. But I don't really know how to navigate twitter.
Could you, or someone just provide the links in the tweet? So I can see thousands upon thousands of files and just go to bed?
originally posted by: FlyingFox
Follow the White Rabbit...
China: PLA Training Emphasizes Countermeasures Against Imagery Reconnaissance A variety of Chinese open source reporting suggests that China is developing an increasingly sophisticated understanding of US imagery collection capabilities and is steadily taking steps to evade both Western intelligence and commercial satellite and aerial reconnaissance. While Chinese military units for the past several years have carried out counter-reconnaissance drills during major exercises, this year reconnaissance and surveillance evasion emerged as a major training theme in Chinese military media and top level training guidance. Thus far, evasion methods are primarily passive -- emphasizing camouflage and deception -- but a PRC commercial military magazine suggests that some "experts" in the field are advocating an ambitious future goal of developing active countermeasures that may include telemetry jamming and signals hacking. The Chinese military leadership has elevated detection evasion as one of the main topics for future military training, suggesting a growing awareness of and a commitment to countering US intelligence and commercial imagery satellites (see box). In the authoritative 2007 Training Directives published in the Central Military Commission's daily, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) General Staff Department, for example, specifically made training in a "complex electromagnetic environment" -- China's characterization of a future battlefield that includes essential elements such as reconnaissance, surveillance, electronic warfare, and their countermeasures -- a priority task (Jiefangjun Bao, 12 January 2007, 12 December 2006). As a result, the PLA appears to be increasing the frequency of detection evasion drills in this year's training and will probably continue to do so.