1 edition of Intelligence for the Canadian Army in the 21st century found in the catalog.
Intelligence for the Canadian Army in the 21st century
J. A. E. K. Dowell
|Other titles||Renseignement dans l"Armée de terre du Canada au XXIe siècle :|
|Series||JADEX papers -- 5|
|Contributions||Canada. Dept. of National Defence, Canada. Directorate of Land Concepts and Designs|
|LC Classifications||UB251.C2 D69 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|ISBN 10||9781100537634, 9781100192338, 9781100979045|
|LC Control Number||2012427737|
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Intelligence For The Canadian Army In The 21st Century Lieutenant-Colonel J.A.E.K. Dowell. do intelligence” is affecting the type of intelligence available to the Canadian Army today.
Starting from a British model of intelligence as a specific form of information, Canada Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dowell, J.A.E.K.
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Intelligence for the Canadian Army in the 21st century: enabling land operations. [J A E K Dowell; Canada. Directorate of Land Concepts and Designs.] -- While the Canadian Army has almost a century of intelligence experience, the truism that "how we define what we think we are doing when we are doing intelligence shapes how we do intelligence" is Intelligence for the Canadian Army in the 21st Century: “enabling land operations” / [by] J.A.E.K.
Dowell.: D/E-PDF Will argue that the Canadian Army needs to both reframe its concept of Intelligence to concentrate on the knowledge aspects of the discipline, and reorganize accordingly to effectively support Canadian land Get this from a library.
Intelligence for the Canadian Army in the 21st century: enabling land operations. [J A E K Dowell; Canada. Directorate of Land Concepts and Intelligence for the Canadian Army in the 21st century: "enabling land operations", J.A.E.K.
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