5. When the entire communications structure of a military unit, military service of a nationality,
or other organization including all subordinates or related nets is recovered, the resulting
structure is called a "NETWORK". Each radio net or network may be graphically represented
in a different way depending on the specific number of links and groups associated to the
same or common headquarters (See Figure 1-4).
Figure 1-4. 4th Army Network.
6. The previously mentioned definitions may be obscure for they appear to overlap. But it
should be kept in mind that they are formulated from the intelligence point of view, that is, from
the outside looking in. The following figure and explanation will help clarify these terms and
show how communication structures in some entities can be properly referred by more than