Human Fax

Robinson, Alexander
October 1999
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct-Dec99, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p46
Describes Human Fax, a technique developed by the United States Army at Fort Campbell in Kentucky that eliminates some complexities in intelligence collection at the battalion level. How the technique works; How virtual reports was passed; Benefits from the technique.


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