This website is the first fruit of an extensive conservation project led by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) to catalogue and digitise imagery from the Aerial Reconnaissance
Archives (TARA), which contains over 10 million Allied and German intelligence photographs from the Second World War onwards, now declassified by the Ministry of Defence.
The Aerial Reconnaissance
Archives (Tara) contain more than 10m declassified photographs, many of which were originally analysed by MI4 teams based at the Allied Central Interpretation Unit, at RAF Medmenham, in Buckinghamshire, during World War II.
"We can confirm that an unmanned aerial reconnaissance
vehicle crashed" on Saturday, a military statement said, adding that there had been no reported injuries.
The Chosun Ilbo quoted a senior South Korean intelligence official on Monday as saying that aerial reconnaissance
images have shown that Kim is using his personal train to travel around the country.
and security flights of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron-165 (REIN) helicopters over the Gem of Kilakarai helped determine the need for further assistance from the Marines aboard USS Peleliu.
Once limited to brigade and higher level commanders, the hand-launched aircraft is one of the latest technologies to enhance warfighting capabilities, putting aerial reconnaissance
tools in the hands of paratroopers on the ground.
The civilian observers operate throughout the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt and within a three-kilometer-wide strip along the border in Israel, performing aerial reconnaissance
and on-the-ground verification to monitor the military limitations in the treaty.
Primary function: Aerial reconnaissance
. Speed: 55 mph.
Although balloons provided aerial reconnaissance
before the 20th century, it was not until the First World War that this concept began to take traction.
POLICE DREAM: The US Global Hawk unmanned aerial reconnaissance
aircraft and, right, a miniature drone.
For instance, aerial reconnaissance
helped located an Iraqi whose house was full of brand-new copper stolen from the country's government and industrial facilities.
The UAV will be used for discrete aerial reconnaissance
, target acquisition, target designation, damage assessment, and electronic surveillance, said a DRDO scientist.
Melding already available technology--a nonrigid airship, or blimp, and the Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment, or RAID, system--the JLENS project office recently demonstrated the capabilities of a free-flying mobile aerial reconnaissance
platform over the Washington, D.C., area.
Dedicated on 2 September 1997, the park and its Aerial Reconnaissance
Memorial honors all military crews who risked, and often lost, their lives performing airborne signals intelligence missions during the Cold War.
The Air Force plans to deploy the radar on its RQ-4B Global Hawk unmanned aerial reconnaissance
system and the E-10A/Multi-sensor Command and Control Aircraft (MC2A).