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Spy Machines Of The Cold War: Surveillance & Espionage DVD MP4 USB

Spy Machines Of The Cold War: Surveillance & Espionage DVD MP4 USB
Spy Machines Of The Cold War: Surveillance & Espionage DVD MP4 USB
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The History Of Surveillance, Intelligence, Reconnaisance And Espionage Technology From The Dawn Of The Twentieth Century Up To The Twilight Of The Cold War, As Seen Through The Lenses Of Four Different Documentaries: 1) SPY MACHINES, The Technological Path To The Star Wars Age, From The Esteemed Nova Documentary TV Series (Color, 1987, 1 Hour); 2) SPYTECH, The Struggle Between The Human And Technological Strengths And Weaknesses Of Covert Tradecraft As They Developed Thoughout The Twentieth Century (Color, 1987, 46 Minutes); 3) SPACE SPIES, The Aerospace Domain Of Reconnaissance Aircraft And Surveillance Satellites, From The Firepower/Video Ordnance Series (Color, 1987, 24 Minutes); And 4) THE U-2 AFFAIR, An NBC Special Report From The White Paper Investigative TV Series Hosted By Chet Huntley, With Commentary By Senator William Fulbright And Eisenhower Administration Press Secretary James Hagerty, Examining The Intelligence And Political Ramifications Of The Shooting Down Of CIA U-2 Pilot Gary Powers Over The Soviet Union, An Event That Became Known As The 1960 U-2 Incident (Black/White, 1962, 30 Minutes) -- Three Hours Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 2 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #SpyMachines #USSpyMachines #ReconnaisanceVehicles #USReconnaisanceVehicles #SpyVehicles #USSpyVehicles #SpyPlanes #USSpyPlanes #ReconnaisancePlanes #USReconnaisancePlanes #SurveillanceAircraft #U2 #1960USIncident #GaryPowers #SR71 #Blackbird #ColdWarAirPower #USColdWarAirPower #USAirPower #PropsAndJets #ReconnaissanceSatellites #USReconnaissanceSatellites #SpySatellites #IntelligenceSatellites #USIntelligenceSatellites #USSpySatellites #USIntelligenceSatellites #CoronaSatellite #KH11 #KeyHole #ColdWar #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

A Surveillance Aircraft is an aircraft used for surveillance. They are operated by military forces and other government agencies in roles such as intelligence gathering, battlefield surveillance, airspace surveillance, reconnaissance, observation (e.g. artillery spotting), border patrol and fishery protection. This article concentrates on aircraft used in those roles, rather than for traffic monitoring, law enforcement and similar activities. Surveillance aircraft usually carry no armament, or only limited defensive armament. They do not always require high-performance capability or stealth characteristics, and may be modified civilian aircraft. Surveillance aircraft have also included moored balloons (e.g. TARS) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

A Reconnaissance Satellite, also known as an Intelligence Satellite and unofficially as a Spy Satellite, is an Earth observation satellite or communications satellite deployed for military or intelligence applications. The first generation type (i.e., Corona and Zenit) took photographs, then ejected canisters of photographic film which would descend back down into Earth's atmosphere. Corona capsules were retrieved in mid-air as they floated down on parachutes. Later, spacecraft had digital imaging systems and downloaded the images via encrypted radio links. In the United States, most information available about reconnaissance satellites is on programs that existed up to 1972, as this information has been declassified due to its age. Some information about programs before that time is still classified information, and a small amount of information is available on subsequent missions. A few up-to-date reconnaissance satellite images have been declassified on occasion, or leaked, as in the case of KH-11 photographs which were sent to Jane's Defence Weekly in 1984.