Translation of reconnaissance in Spanish:

reconnaissance

reconocimiento, n.

Pronunciation: /rəˈkɑnəsəns//rɪˈkɒnɪs(ə)ns/

noun

Military

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    reconocimiento masculine
    (mission/patrol) (before noun) de reconocimiento
    air/ground reconnaissance reconocimiento aéreo/del terreno
    • to make a reconnaissance hacer un reconocimiento
    • Eisenhower found out about British preparations for war from US reconnaissance photos.
    • Several apparent terrorist reconnaissance missions at key sites had been observed, the newspaper said.
    • It can also carry out reconnaissance, combat support and patrol missions.
    • A Pentagon spokesman said a coalition air reconnaissance patrol came under fire and called in air strikes.
    • Ark Royal launched many reconnaissances for gun positions and mines from March 13-17.
    • Two British military liaison and reconnaissance teams have also been deployed - one to Colombo and the second to Indonesian capital Jakarta.
    • Additionally, there is a finite amount of terrain that supports the movement of reconnaissance forces.
    • The commander must be ready to adjust his reconnaissance focus as the situation changes or develops.
    • They had to give higher priority to this task if they wanted to avoid enemy air reconnaissance and artillery spotting.
    • A whole new sphere of high-level photographic reconnaissance and its interpretation was to spring from this advance.
    • This indicates that we underestimated the importance of aerial reconnaissance during the war.
    • Are your soldiers familiar with this route, and have they conducted a route reconnaissance?
    • Within a decade of that first flight, balloons were used for military reconnaissance in France.
    • For the most part it was considered that air forces would be used primarily for scouting and reconnaissance missions, both overland and at sea.
    • Each of these systems brought some degree of unique reconnaissance capability to the squadron.
    • Our snipers and reconnaissance Marines excelled at this task, as one would expect of trained observers.
    • Sections and platoons conduct reconnaissance patrols there daily.
    • French, German and US reconnaissance planes would be allowed to patrol the skies.
    • It is commonly accepted that military reconnaissance is an indispensable necessity and inherent component of war.
    • It will predominantly feature surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft.