1. A fictitious profile used for the sole purpose of gathering information on a particular person or group of individuals. This technique has been used by the military and militia groups, government agencies, bill collectors, and insurance agents.

2. Robin Sage is a 19-day problem-solving Field Training Exercise. It is Phase IV of the U.S. Army's "Q" course, during which a 12 to 15 man Operational Detachment Alpha team has to complete a grueling unconventional warfare scenario that encompasses all that they have learned. Robin Sage exercises are conducted four times a year. The training occurs on both public and private land, encompassing 10 counties and nearly 4,500 square miles, an area which is called "The People's Republic of Pineland."
1. It appears your insurance company pulled a Robin Sage on you to discover you were making fraudulent claims.

2. My buddy just passed Robin Sage and now he is a bad ass Army Green Beret!
DigginDeepによって 2010年11月15日(月)

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