Operations Security

1. All measures taken to maintain security and tactical surprise. It includes counter surveillance, physical security, signal security, and information security. It also involves the identification and elimination or control of indicators which can be exploited by hostile intelligence organizations. (PAM 3-04) 2. The process of denying hostile forces capabilities and identities by identifying, controlling and protecting indications associated with planning and conducting military operations and other activities. (PAM 3-05)

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