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Military intelligence and reconnaissance (Egypt)

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Military intelligence and reconnaissance (Egypt)

Major General Zakaria Mohieddin, the first Manager of the Department of military intelligence and reconnaissance 1952 - 1953

Egyptian military intelligence management and reconnaissance, known as an acronym for the name of the military intelligence, belonging to the Ministry of Defence. Top of the device several senior army of them officers, for example, Field Marshal Abdel-Halim Abu Ghazala and former defense minister, Gen. Omar Suleiman, the former vice president and former head of the General Intelligence Service, and Maj. Gen. Murad Muwafi President of the General Intelligence Service, who was appointed successor to Solomon in January / December 2011.

Specializes in military intelligence to follow up on issues related to national security in military terms, including, but not limited to follow and read and explore enemy movements and gather information about the combat Bcecchelath and preparations in case of war and peace, wipe the reality on the ground for military operations, including geographical survey and compliance with military maps detailed these and provide information to the military and political leadership to assess the situation on the ground, so it is crucial to assess its strategic position. However, the task was and still -mund reign of Abdul Anazar- intersect with the internal files, including follow-up anti-political currents within the military, civil and other issues that are associated indirectly with military security and armed forces.

Perhaps the assassination of Sadat by Islamic elements within the army was the second major blow to the military intelligence after failing to read the intelligence data -including their Dblomaseh- information about the creation of Israel to wage war on the Syrian and Egyptian fronts on the morning of the fifth of June 1967 and the period specifically , speaks Gen. Mohammad Sadiq (1917-1991), who was director of the intelligence war in 1967 that the most important reasons for the defeat in the 1967 war is the separation of the General Intelligence for military Intelligence, and the lack of coordination between them in matters of the poll and find out the intentions of the enemy and coordination meetings between them and unite their reports and to provide in-depth studies are consistent about "all the possibilities."

Management tasks

  • Protect the state from any possible attack from the enemy and know the capabilities and military capabilities of the enemy
  • Planning and coordination with the military police to ensure the security of military facilities and barracks
  • The level of security control in military installations and security including documents and personnel, weapons and other security
  • Counter-intelligence
  • The use of available sources of information to monitor the enemy's military activities
  • Ensure good discipline and loyalty of officers and individuals
  • Cooperation with other intelligence agencies in the same state for the exchange of information and complete the tasks, ensuring the achievement of national security

Officers are selected to work in the machine who enjoy superior capabilities and high intelligence and strength of severe withstand high skills in precision

Administration managers

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Manager of military intelligence and reconnaissance 2010 - 2012

See also

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