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Studies in Intelligence - Winter 1999-2000

Winter 1999-2000

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

CIA Goes Hollywood
A Classic Case of Deception . . . Antonio J. Mendez

Plane Crash, Rescue, and Recovery
A Close Call in Africa . . . Richard L. Holm

Soldier, Manager, Leader
An Interview with Former CIA Executive Director Lawrence K. "Red" White . . . James Hanrahan

Unlucky SHAMROCK
Recollections from the Church Committee's Investigation of NSA . . . L. Britt Snider

OSS Operations in Norway
Skis and Daggers . . . William E. Colby

The Katyn Controversy
Stalin's Killing Field . . . Benjamin B. Fischer

Supporting the Secret War
CIA Air Operations in Laos, 1955-1974 . . . William M. Leary

 

INTELLIGENCE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Fulfilling a Crucial Role
National Intelligence Support Teams
. . . Capt. James M. Lose, USMC

 

SPECIAL EVENT

Honoring a Unique DCI
The George Bush Center for Intelligence
. . . Henry R. Appelbaum

 

COVER

Image of the Cover:
A collage of memorabilia from the US-Canadian operation in late 1979-early 1980. The team successfully exfiltrated from Iran six US State Department officers who took refuge with Canadian diplomats during the early days of the 1979-1981 US-Iran hostage crisis. Among those shown are two of the story's heroes--Canadian Ambassador Ken Taylor, upper left, and the author (partially hidden, toward the bottom of the collage).


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