Ben Benavides, retired US Army master trainer, is as good as it gets in Army OSINT, but not widely enough known. He should be in charge of creating the Army OSINT Handbook and training program, AFTER we put CIA in its place and establish that overt HUMINT is OSINT and cannot be constrained by those who refused to be serious about overt human sources (CIA also forbids its own Open Source Center from talking to overt Subject Matter Experts (SME). Really. We do not make this stuff up.
Also by Ben Benavides:
2016 Ben Benavides OSINT 2ool Kit On The Go Bag (Bag O’Tradecraft)
Ben Benavides: Exploring Social Media Web Sites: A Guide for the Open Source Analyst
Need this for each country.
You’ve Read Our Open-Source Research Guidebook. Now Let’s Use It.
This article is part of a larger guidebook by RuNet Echo to help people learn how to conduct open-source research on the Russian Internet. Explore the complete guidebook at the special project page.
RuNet Echo has now published eight installments in a guidebook on conducting open-source research on the Russian Internet. This ninth and final entry takes the tools and instructions we’ve been studying and applies them to a single case study: the wildfires that caused significant damage to the Siberian city of Chita in 2015.
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Tip of the Hat to Contributing Editor Berto Jongman.
Phi Beta Iota: As a cautionary note, no counter-narrative can contest a reality in which the 99% are being consistently screwed by their own government. That leads to revolution.