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                            Intelligence and Secret Service Reviewer 1
Intelligence and Secret Service Reviewer 2
Intelligence and Secret Service Reviewer 3
                        
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Intelligence and Secret Service Reviewer 1

1. Knowledge of a possible or actual enemy or area of operations
acquired by the collection,evaluation and interpretation of
military information.
A. Combat intelligence
B. Police Intelligence
C. Military Intelligence
D. Counter intelligence
2. Knowledge of the enemy,weather and the terrain that is used
in the planning and conduct of tactical operations.
A. Combat intelligence
B. Police intelligence
C. Military Intelligence
D. Counter-intelligence
3. Activity pertains to all security control measures designed to
ensure the safeguarding of information against espionage,
personnel against subversion and installations or material
against sabotage.
A. Combat intelligence
B. Police intelligence
C. Military intelligence
D. Counter intelligence
4. Those which seek to conceal information from the enemy.
A. Passive counter intelligence measures
B. Active counter intelligence measures
C. Strategic intelligence
D. Tactical intelligence
5. Those that actively block the enemy's attempt to gain information
of enemy's effort to engage in sabotage or subversion.
A. Passive counter intelligence measures
B. Active counter intelligence measures
C. Strategic intelligence
D. Tactical intelligence

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Intelligence and Secret Service Reviewer 2

1. Ancillary materials that are included in a cover story or deception
operation to help convince the opposition or casual observers that
what they are observing is genuine.
A. Walk-in
B. Warming room
C. Window Observing
D. Window dressing

2. A surveillance team usually assigned to a specific target.
A. Window observer
B. Window dressing
C. Stake-out team
D. Watcher team

3. A location out of the weather where a surveillance team can
go to keep warm and wait for the target.
A. Warming room
B. Rest room
C. Station room
D. Waiting room

4. A defector who declares his intentions by walking into an official
installation, or otherwise making contact with an opposition g
government, and asking for political asylum or volunteering to work
in place. Also known as a volunteer.
A. Enemy traitor
B. Asylum seeker
C. Enemy defector
D. Walk-in

5. The methods developed by intelligence operatives to conduct
their operations.

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A. Trade craft
B. Operational technique
C. Trade secret
D. Operational secret

6. It focuses on subject or operations and usually short term.
A. Strategic intelligence
B. Counter intelligence
C. Tactical intelligence
D. Long-term intelligence

7. Concerns with the security of information,personnel,material
and installations.
A. Strategic intelligence
B. Counter intelligence
C. Tactical intelligence
D. Long-term intelligence

8. Deals with political,economic,military capabilities and vulnerabilities
of all nations.
A. Strategic intelligence
B. Counter intelligence
C. Tactical intelligence
D. Long-term intelligence

9. Tradecraft techniques for placing drops by tossing them while
on the move.
A. Tosses
B. Dropping
C. Throwing
D. Drops

10.A dead drop that will be retrieved if it is not picked up by the
intended recipient after a set time.
A. Picked drop

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Intelligence and Secret Service Reviewer 3

1. Technical air sampler sensors designed to sniff for hostile
substances or parties in a dark tunnel system.
A. Chemical sniffers
B. Tunnel sniffers
C. Dog sniffers
D. Air sniffers

2. A major electronic communications line, usually made up
of a bundle of cables.
A. Cable line
B. Trunk line
C. Telephone line
D. DSL

3. A counter-surveillance ploy in which more than one target car
or target officer is being followed and they suddenly go in
different directions, forcing the surveillance team to make
instant choices about whom to follow.
A. ABC technique
B. Star-burst maneuver
C. AC technique
D. Sudden change maneuver

4. A chemical marking compound developed by the KGB to keep
tabs on the activities of a target officer. Also called METKA.
The compound is made of nitrophenyl pentadien (NPPD) and luminol.
A. Spy dust
B. Chemical dust
C. Sulfuric acid
D. Potassium nitrate

5. A ploy designed to deceive the observer into believing that an
operation has gone bad when, in fact, it has been put into

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another compartment.
A. Burned
B. Deceiving
C. Spoofing
D. Misleading

6. The special disguise and deception tradecraft techniques developed
under Moscow rules to help the CIA penetrate the KGB's security
perimeter in Moscow.
A. Silver bullet
B. Golden bullet
C. Bronze bullet
D. Titanium bullet

7. Any form of clandestine tradecraft using a system of marks,
signs, or codes for signaling between operatives.
A. Ciphers
B. Signs
C. Signals
D. Code

8. Any tradecraft technique employing invisible messages hidden
in or on innocuous materials. This includes invisible inks and
microdots, among many other variations.
A. Secret writing
B. Secret message
C. Hidden message
D. Hidden writing

9. An apartment, hotel room, or other similar site considered
safe for use by operatives as a base of operations or for a
personal meeting.
A. Meeting place
B. Dead drop

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