In 1938 German General Werner Von Fritsch noted, "The military organization with the best aerial reconnaissance
will win the next war."
"Height, endurance, maneuverability and stealth are key to good aerial reconnaissance
," said Glenn Beach of the American Blimp Corp.
The RU-8D, restored and donated by the Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, Va., pays tribute to the service of soldiers performing aerial reconnaissance
and cryptologic intelligence-gathering missions during the Vietnam conflict.
ARCHIVISTS are marking the 60th anniversary of D-Day by releasing about 1,000 high-resolution aerial reconnaissance
images taken by RAF crews before and during Operation Overlord.
The astonishing images -some of which depict the actual moment at which Allied troops set foot on the Normandy shoreline -are held at The Aerial Reconnaissance
Archives (TARA) at Keele University in Staffordshire.
security force will include a component of some 310 formed troops, whose duties will include regular ground patrols, air-inserted patrols, aerial reconnaissance
missions and armed escort.
16 antiwar rally, it appears that aerial reconnaissance
isn't likely to become common any time soon, with budgets as tight as they are.
At both Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge, Idaho, the military provided aerial reconnaissance
, advice, and heavy military equipment.
He suspects that constant aerial reconnaissance
by these flies can sufficiently disrupt the food supply of an ant colony to put the brakes on its reproduction.
McGeorge Bundy, the national security adviser, barreled into your bedroom with bad news: aerial reconnaissance
photos show launch sites for medium-range nuclear missiles being installed by the Soviets 90 miles off the Florida coast, in Cuba.
has long been a vexing issue in Soviet-American relations.