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Agency PageBritish Honors for Lundahl
British Honors for Lundahl, Dino A. Brugioni and Robert F. McCort. Arthur C. Lundahl, Director of the National Photographic Interpretation Center from its inception to 1973, was awarded the Order of the British Empire, with rank of Honorary Knight Commander, in ceremonies at the British Embassy on 17 December 1974...
Agency PageTrends in African Forgeries
Trends in African Forgeries, Dr. Robert L. Managhan. If the years after 1950 resounded with the noises of cold warriors thrashing about in the African bush, the last few years have been resonant with other sounds. The dedicated disinformation specialist from Moscow or Prague working the African scene has been displaced by a new and more ominous type of operator — the amateur. The less than delicate hands of the Soviets, East Germans, Czechs, and even the French if one wishes to accept the verdict of Newsweek, have been noted in Africa over the years...
Agency PageTrends in African Forgeries
Trends in African Forgeries
Agency PageThe Art of China Watching
The Art of China Watching
Agency PageThe Art of China Watching
The Art of China Watching
Agency PageThe Art of China Watching
The Art of China Watching
Agency PageScientific and Technical Intelligence Analysis
Scientific and Technical Intelligence Analysis, Robert M. Clark. In 1939, the British decided to assign a scientist to the Intelligence Branch of the Air Staff. Inasmuch as no scientist had previously worked for an intelligence service, this was a new and revolutionary idea. A tall, solemn physicist named R. V. Jones, then working at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, was picked for the job. Jones's first job was to study "new German weapons" which were believed to be under development. The first of these was a blind bombing system which the Germans called Knickebein. Knickebein, as Jones soon determined, used a pair of radio beams which were about one mile wide at their point of intersection over the city of London. German bombers flew along one beam, and when their radio receivers indicated that they were at the intersection with the second beam, they released their bombs...