Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV)
Controlled Remote viewing is a science which was developed in the laboratories of Stanford Research Institute, International, in Palo Alto, California. The development was funded by the U.S. government, in the hopes that the researchers could find a way to take an average soldier, teach him/her how to do the work of a top-notch psychic, and then have him/her tell the commander what was over the hill, and where to point the guns. The problem was that CRV was a full science, and just could not be taught in a short military course. Therefore, a special unit was developed for operational military work.
The research arm of the development was performed at SRI. At the same time, the operationions arm was performed at Fort Meade, Maryland by U.S. troops, as they put the science into operational military applications.
Theong the general public between "remote viewing", which is basically a new term for "psychic", and "Controlled Remote Viewing", which is the name of the very highly developed and rigid science, developed at SRI and used by the U.S. government for almost a quareter century for intelligence collection.