1-46. The type of deception that intrudes in the communications channels of an enemy is
(1-46. Answer: imitative)
1-47. To insert incorrect or misleading information into one's own communications channel to
deceive the enemy who may be listening is _________________ deception.
(1-47. Answer: manipulative)
1-48. Simulative deception involves the creation of electronic transmissions simulating friendly
units, installations, or activities to confuse and deceive the enemy as to location, strength, or
movement of forces.
_________________ unit, installations, and activities to confuse or deceive the enemy.
(1-48. Answer: manipulative, simulates)
PART I - CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL IMITATIVE DECEPTION
Since this program is concerned with forms of deception that the enemy can use
against friendly forces, imitative communications deception is the chief interest.
It is difficult for the enemy to make imitative communications deception appear
natural, but under the following conditions there is a reasonable chance of success:
(1) When sets are manned by inexperienced, unskilled, or unseasoned operators.
(2) When the number of stations is large or subjected to frequent changes.
(3) When call signs or multiple calls are confused.