Army Special Operations Wing using social media monitoring tools from Babel Street, which monitors Twitter, Facebook, etc, to see reaction to operations and actions related to weapon systems

2:35 PM · Apr 8, 2021

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Replying to @josephfcox
Frustrating to see the sunk cost fallacy about why the contract needed to be awarded. CC @DoD_IG
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I've spoken to people in the complex weapons world who say you can learn an awful lot about the effects and design of their missiles by looking closely at wreckage.
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Replying to @josephfcox
This fits in w/ LOGistics Common Operating Picture (LOGCOP) contracts w/ Transvoyant and Palantir by DIU in 2017. Here is Transvoyant's, monitoring "political climate" alongside weapons status -- and Transvoyant is well known to monitor social media. techinquiry.org/FOIA/OSD-F-0…
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Replying to @josephfcox
Any overlap with the CENTCOM social media ingestion, archival, and analysis project I found exposed to the public internet a couple years ago? Your screenshot says they provided "advanced analysis in an open cloud environment". That's what I found: upguard.com/breaches/cloud-l…
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Replying to @josephfcox
Kinda the ear to the ground
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Clarification: it's a USAF wing
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