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black operation


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  • n. A covert operation typically involving activities that are highly clandestine and outside of standard military protocol.

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  • n. a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it out


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  • "British Intelligence also got involved in a number of very complicated black operations to insure that Argentina could not rearm itself with additional Exocet missiles. They set up various dummy deals with bankers, front-corporations and arms dealers so that if Argentina tried to buy the weapons, the money might conveniently disappear or the missiles get lost in transit. These operations seem to have been successful."

    - Herbert A. Friedman, 'Psyop of the Falklands War',

    January 24, 2009