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April 9, 1959
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.anbiARU FORM NO. 84 4--'~g? Approved For Release 2QQs/08/17 : CIA-RDP61-00442A0001000501-4 Office Memorandund0ITED TATES GOVERNMENT IL FI DENTI AL TO Director of Training IYES ONLY DATE: 9 April 1959 VIA : Chief, Operations School FROM : Chief, Headquarters Training Document No. TG ^ ^ r suBJECT: Weekly Activities Report No. 14 C~a; C.. ; sD TO: TS S C 1 - 7 April 1959 _.:A '..R .:o !: Apr 77 Auth Date: Ey. I. SIGNIFICANT ITEMS A. S & T Syllabus: The major portion of my time during the reporting period was consumed in rewriting the S & T syllabus. I'm happy to report that this 20-page document has been completed and is ready for distribution. A copy is attached for your information. B. Document Security: As you will note on the attached syllabus, we have placed the classification of "SECRET -- CIA INTERNAL USE ONLY" on each copy of the syllabi that contain a recapitulation of the min- ing objectives of our various courses. We checked out with 0 obtain a proper classification and are using this, in response to his suggestion. In addition, each copy is numbered and the recipient must sign a receipt for the document. Attached to this report is a draft of a memorandum which I would like to see accompany each syllabus. My sole question re the memorandum concerns the source. Would DTR desire to sign the memorandum? Chief, Operations School? or CH/OS? II. OTHER ITEMS A. Instructor Debut: gave his first lecture on 1 April. He spoke on the subject of intelligence, operational and contact reporting at the IRRR course. His two-hour presentation was well-received, and evoked a considerable number of questions. Joe ran over-time ten minutes at the request of the students in responding to their questions. We'11 have more of this as time goes on. B. Su ort for Staff visited C/OS to request his guidance and assistance in the handling of a heavy schedule of instruction in clandestine field activities. e meeting at Glen's request. Results: We will send own for about ten days so that he can relieve a consider- able portion of the instructional burden in the areas of staybehind, CONFIDENTIAL ii( Approved For Release 2000/08/17 : CIA-RDP61-064419 D0050001-4 Approved For Release 20/08/17: CIA-RD 6'1=Q0 42A00010006 DO1-4 25X1A evasion and escape. In addition, will liver the presentation on War Planning (instead of of the PPC Staff) and wi11 speak on the RIS. This last talk was previously given by III. ADMINISTRATIVE Nothing significant to report. Attachments: 1. S&T Syllabus 2. Draft Memorandum Approved For Release 2000/08/17: CIA-RD ~YQaff000100050001-4 Approved For ReIMf99Y9 RG AG 000100050001-4 ORIGINAL DOCUMENT MISSING PAGE(S): Z~Ci/ rt C-1V T"- Approved For Release 2000/08/17 : CIA-RDP61-00442A000100050001-4