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OGA

OGA  n.— «The Taguba report described how “ghost detainees” were brought to the military police (MP) unit running several jails in Iraq by OGAs (military jargon for other government agencies, often a reference to the CIA)...

ghost detainee

ghost detainee  n.— «US military policemen moved unregistered Iraqi prisoners, known as “ghost detainees”, around an army-run jail at Abu Ghraib, in order to hide them from the Red Cross, according to a confidential military...

Hard Site

Hard Site  n.— «Its members said they heard rumors about the area that came to be called “the Hard Site,” including verbal previews of the now famous pictures of naked inmates piled in sexually suggestive poses, stories about a...

stunt up

stunt up  v.— «Sceptics recall the reality of Gulf coverage as wastes of half-informed speculation by retired military men, punctuated by theatrical press conferences stunted up by the US military, complete with video inserts and the wit...

C4ISR

C4ISR n. the integration of intelligence and communications functions (of a military group). (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

C4ISR

C4ISR  n.— «The programs generally eschew big new weapon systems, focusing instead on developing software to pull together all the strands of military intelligence gathering and communications into manageable formats. In US military...