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Early orbital reconnaissance of Cerberus Fossae suggested that some sort of fluid washed over the area not too long ago in geologic terms.
The Cessna was the perfect vehicle for a casual reconnaissance mission.
While the Air Force had tried to couch the recent demonstration as being about reconnaissance, in the training exercise that reconnaissance helped select targets for a missile strike.
Its modular framework excels at gaining powerful administrator privileges, spreading rapidly from computer to computer in networks and performing reconnaissance that identifies infected computers belonging to high-value targets.
The company wanted to demonstrate the drone’s ability to conduct maritime intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.
At the date of Rose's first reconnaissance to this cellar, these cells were vacant and unguarded.
Finally, to conclude this preliminary reconnaissance, the attitude of Socialism to religion is wholly unjustifiable.
It appears somewhat strange that no reconnaissance was made of the Russian position by the generals.
During the diplomatic reconnaissance led by Caulaincourt, the statesmen of these countries had been busy at Fontainebleau.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
During the various expeditions of our reconnaissance I came to employ two distinct methods of working the legs with the lungs.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY

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