Enemy intelligence can be just as useful as so called "friendly intelligence". True or false?
Because the enemy can give away their position, or divulge secret details of their plan, which means that their plan would ultimately FAIL.
Knowledge about the enemy's secret plan is vital and crucial, because such a plan would ultimately FAIL if you know the position or intentions of the enemy.
Consequently, such a plan can be easily countered if you know the position or intentions of the enemy.
True or false?
- Baron VonHigginsLv 79 months ago
False. Knowing how to convert an enemy (liability) into a friend (asset) is the pinnacle of strategic utility.
- TB12Lv 710 months ago
Enemy intelligence can also be false intelligence, causing you to pay attention to this when your enemy is doing that.
Allowing your enemy to "discover" your plans is an old tactic.