reconnaissance

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the act or an instance of exploring or investigating

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In another echo of Bruneval, look for a photo-reconnaissance run by a RAF Spitfire early in the movie that sets the stage for the ensuing operation.
Subsequent photo-reconnaissance missions over Monowitz, which enabled the interpreters to understand the full workings of the chemical plant and even to predict with accuracy the output of the plant, also recorded the complex of huts a few miles away.
The RAF's Canberra PR9 photo-reconnaissance aircraft, flying at altitudes of 48,000ft, were in operation yesterday, scouring the mountainous Afghan landscape for evidence of bin Laden and his followers.
official familiar with intelligence reports on the launch said it is ''a photo-reconnaissance satellite used exclusively for military purposes,'' the paper said.
He joined straight from school as an apprentice military photographer - a photo-reconnaissance job that took him all over the world.
The reconnaissance pod provides the Gripen with a photo-reconnaissance function and is a significant component of Gripen's overall reconnaissance capacity.
Bowman has added a unique book to the library on this most interesting fighter, bomber, photo-reconnaissance, high-speed transport, and high-speed mail plane (see the stories of delivering the mail to Europe at the end of the war for a look at a different type of mission).
Under the treaty, signatory nations are permitted to overfly specific military installations for photo-reconnaissance.
The Museum will be hosting an Earth Science week at the end of May, which in part uses photo-reconnaissance materials.
As the former President of Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space, he played a prominent role in the development of CORONA, the first operational photo-reconnaissance satellite space telescope.