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The result of the debate was don't move. —Nightstallion(?)Seen this already? 07:47, 28 April 2006 (UTC) Counterintelligence vs. Counter-intelligence? The community uses the former.
If it's really a matter of AE/BE differences or similar (which I'm guessing is the case), then so long as there's a redirect from the other name, it doesn't matter which name is used. Andrewa 00:20, 28 April 2006 (UTC)
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Counterintelligence is the accepted spelling for the United States' military and civilian programs. References include the National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX), the now disestablished Counterintelligence Field Activity (CIFA), and INSCOM. Netherper (talk) 10:22, 22 August 2008 (UTC)
Counterintelligence is a very important word, when you are planning to take action against any hostile enemies. For an example, during the vietnam war. There was a large movement of China Red Army, estimation unknown, destination unknown. Because of the forest covering the Loas, and other parts of that area. The China Red Army vanished the satelite. We didn't know where they were. So, the U.S. Army in Vietnam were notified by the Washington to search for a heavy resistence or heavy concentration of the resistence inside of Loas. U.S. Army iniated a search and destory mission within the Target Area. U.S. Army counterintelligence did reported that there was a very concentration of resistence somewhere in Loas. U.S. Air force initiated carpet bombing using 50 B-52's High Attitude Jet Bombers for 5 days. After the bombing, on April 26, 1972-everything was quiet at the western front. We won Vietnam on that date, we were not to win the war based upon the population control for Vietnam. Frankly, We Won, We Lost the War, Just to Answer the Population Control. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Jesuitmilitarychaplain (talk • contribs) 23:35, 29 December 2008 (UTC)