THEORY OF SCANNING IN MILITARY SCIENCE.
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Methods of scientific analysis pertaining to problems of encounter and discovery of moving targets ships, aircraft, tanks, etc. are elucidated in the theory of scanning. The book shows how, on the basis of the theory of scanning, it is possible to obtain practical recommendations for the best means of action in scanning for targets and in evading scanning under various conditions. The book is intended for a wide circle of army and navy officers, as well as students and cadets at institutions of military learning. It will be useful to specialists in civil aviation, in the navy, and in the merchant marine, whose work is connected with scanning for certain movable and stationary targets. The book is based on domestic and foreign open-source materials. Author
- Military Intelligence
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment