23 December 1980 Examination Of Long Focal Length, High Altitude, Standoff Reconnaissance
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0. J. Smith: The panel discussion will be broken into two (2) sessions. Today's session will be concerned with long focal length, high-altitude, standoff reconnaissance as a basic technique for the collection of intelligence information, and tomorrow afternoon we will be discussing the future of standoff reconnaissance and the expectations. The panelists invited to participate today represent a cross-section of the reconnaissance community. The panelists represent the U. S. Air Force, the U. S. Navy, a major airframe supplier, a camera supplier, and a supplier of equipment for ground exploitation. They are well-known experts in their respective fields.
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O. J. Smith, O. J. Smith, H. S. Lapp, H. S. Lapp, H. F. Koper, H. F. Koper, W. K. Hull, W. K. Hull, P. Brookshier, P. Brookshier, H. Q. Avera, H. Q. Avera, } "Examination Of Long Focal Length, High Altitude, Standoff Reconnaissance", Proc. SPIE 0242, Long Focal Length, High Altitude Standoff Reconnaissance, (23 December 1980); doi: 10.1117/12.959257; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959257


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