Military Secrets

Military Secrets

 

The practice of keeping information of a military nature that is important to the state.

(2) Information of a military nature given special protection by the state. The legal regulation of military secrets is determined by general rules established to safeguard state secrets and by special norms of military legislation.

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If this is a military secret," shouted Brun, "why do you yell about it in the street?
Mata Hari' expelled from Cyprus: One of the women employed by the Soviets to lure young British servicemen in Cyprus into revealing military secrets has been named and deported -- March 1, 1984
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Supreme Leader's representative at the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Ali Saeedi described the western states' pressures on Iran over its nuclear program as an attempt to find out the country's military secrets.
Shockingly, some of these missives from the besotted Asquith, sent through the ordinary post, would betray military secrets and give details of condential and highly sensitive political disagreements between cabinet colleagues.
BHUBANESWAR -- Indian police arrested a 35yearold man in the eastern state of Odisha, accusing him of passing military secrets to Pakistan's InterServices Intelligence (ISI).
The trilateral arrangement permits Seoul and Tokyo to share military secrets on North Korea's nuclear and missile threats via the U.
1894: Alfred Dreyfus, French officer found guilty of selling military secrets, was sent to Devil's Island.
Attorney General for State Security Prosecution, Ahmad Rashid Al Dhanhani, said the Asian suspect wasbeing questioned for allegedly gathering UAE classified military secrets for the benefit of a foreign country, to the detriment of the UAE.
The good news for the girls is that we know where they are but we cannot tell you, we cannot come and tell you military secrets here.
Salama, Al-Homsi and Darwish are charged with illegally obtaining military secrets.
But the Taichung district court in central Taiwan said she received a more lenient punishment because she "did not leak any military secrets and she has confessed to her crime and shown remorse".
And as he was taken away to begin his lengthy sentence last night, acting assistant attorney general John Carlin said: "By attempting to hand over some of America's most closely held military secrets, Robert Hoffman put US service members and this country at risk.

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