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Subchefia de Inteligência do Estado-Maior de Defesa

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Subchefia de Inteligência do Estado-Maior de Defesa

The Subchefia de Inteligência do Estado-Maior de Defesa (2ª Sch/EMD or SC-2/EMD) is a department of the Brazilian defence staff in charge of signals intelligence. It is responsible for "combined operations" of military intelligence, involving cryptology, electronic warfare, telecommunications and remote sensing in support of activities carried out by the Brazilian military.[1]

References

  1. ^ CRUZ, Eduardo Lucas de Vasconcelos. Desafios dos serviços de inteligência das Forças Armadas: a projeção de cenários como subsídio à capacidade de pronta-resposta e à estimativa dos prazos críticos de mobilização. Unesp.

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