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Biometrics in Support of Military Operations: Lessons From the Battlefield.


Biometrics in Support of Military Operations: Lessons From the Battlefield

William C. Buhrow

CRC Press


175 pages




The author, who has served as a US Army intelligence officer and worked in biometrics and identity intelligence for Department of Defense clients, describes how biometrics has been and can be used in military operations, particularly in ground combat and supporting operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. He explains the need for biometrics, basic concepts, general operational issues, biometrics support for offensive and defensive operations and operations across the military spectrum, and their potential use in other areas like foreign diplomacy and the Secret Service. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Feb 1, 2017
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