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Agency PageAssignment: Skyjacker
Assignment: Skyjacker, Thomas Polgar. On 2 July 1971, Braniff Flight 14, a Boeing 707, left Acapulco for Mexico City, San Antonio, Dallas, Washington and New York. It was hijacked over the U.S.-Mexican border by a man and a woman, both carrying pistols...
Agency PageAssignment: Skyjacker
Agency PageMore Yet on 'Lucy'
More Yet on 'Lucy', Mark A. Tittenhofer. In pp. 109-111 of Vol. 16, No. 2, of Studies in Intelligence Mr. Andrew K. Megaris offers some observations about an article of mine called "The Rote Drei: Getting Behind the Lucy Myth". Some of these observations require a reply...
Agency PageThe Service: The Memoirs of General Reinhard Gehlen by Reinhard Gehlen. Book review by Anonymous
Book Review of The Service: The Memoirs of General Reinhard Gehlen by Reinhard Gehlen, by Anonymous. In April 1968, after some 22 years as chief of the West German intelligence service and 48 years altogether of public service, Lieutenant General Reinhard Gehlen retired as President of the Federal Intelligence Service (BND). He was accurately described as the doyen of western intelligence chiefs. Whatever was thought of Gehlen-and he had many enemies-he was by this time quite well known throughout the world, so it is not surprising that his retirement has occasioned no less than four books...