Djiboutian forces increase intelligence knowledge

A Djiboutian Armed Forces (FAD) member presents information gathered from open sources during an open source intelligence course at the People’s Palace, Djibouti, March 5-10, 2016. More than 15 FAD members learned to gather pertinent information from Internet sources such as search engines, use of geospatial imagery, social media, and other publications. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Victoria Sneed)
A Djiboutian Armed Forces (FAD) member presents information gathered from open sources during an open source intelligence course at the People’s Palace, Djibouti, March 5-10, 2016. More than 15 FAD members learned to gather pertinent information from Internet sources such as search engines, use of geospatial imagery, social media, and other publications. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Victoria Sneed)
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