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October 11, 1965
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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2010/02/22 : CIA-RDP78-06096A000500040007-6 CONFIDENTIAL 11 October 1965 MEMORANDUM FOR: Director of Training SUBJECT: Weekly Report #28: Defense Intelligence School (DIS) 4 October - 8 October 1965 1. Except for Monday, Agency personnel were in daily e'Hi'dence in support of DIS courses. 2. Tuesday afternoon, conducted post-conferences with IC RC seminar participants in a sur- veillance exercise. It was agreed that those who engaged in the exercise did much better than the predecessor group of last summer. 25X1 25X1 the noticeable improvement to the meaningful briefing given by 3. spoke to the Attache class on Wednesday. announced he will no r do so, because of a chance in assignment. Hereafter, will likely replace topics. area for the purchases. community when automation became a reality. 4. On Thursday, I picked up Ifor his three-hour presentation to the DIC on Observation and Sketching. The weather was foul so we resorted to an indoor alternative when it came time for the practical exercise. Dick had planned to obtain some models and other equipment while in D.C. for use o we forded the downtown 5. Because of Thursday's rains, half of the Naval Station Annex was without electric power for most of Friday. spoke to the DIC class in the morning; we picked our way upstairs aided by Navy battle lamps. The class of DIC students asked many questions of Don on some registry and coordination procedures. One student proposed modifying the plc of source records so as to serve another purpose. of the DIC faculty, felt the student's proposal went "too tar"--a s a and Don and I held an evaluation session afterwards. On the other hand, Don admitted that the student suggestion --impractical at present--would nonetheless be of real benefit to the FDENUAL Sanitized Copy Approved for R Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2010/02/22: CIA-RDP78-06096A000500040007-6 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 SUBJECT: Weekly Report #28: Defense Intelligence School (DIS) 6. Also on Friday, an Agency speaker covered Non-Technical Approaches for the Attache class and wives of many of the students. was scheduled as the speaker, but he is on TDY in Europe. His replacement -was a bit better than would have been. Like however, advised Attaches to avoid "cultivation" by opposite numbers. This is contrary to what tells them, as he encourages cultivation. I have asked to coordinate this point with so that the two speakers do not present a disunited front when the topics are repeated in early November with the DIC class. Conceivably, this issue may also come up in OTR classes. 7. During the past week I was able to line up 27 Agency speakers in response to requests for November and early December. I've also been coordinating four planned visits of DIS student groups to Headquarters Building. With assistance, from OCR Liaison, arrangements are moving along tor 22, , and 28 October and 9 November. 8.I have both told me that Project HELPFUL is now scheduled 16-17 November, As mentioned in my last weekly report, plan to be visiting U&S Commands at that time, so I guess some modification in plans will occur. 9. Earlier, I advised and his Subcommittee II on Training, acting for will visit DIS on 12 October re counterinsurgency training at the school and recommendations for improvement. The subcommittee is also scheduling visits to the National War College and the Military Assistance Institute for the same date. CIA Faculty Advisor, DI5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2010/02/22 : CIA-RDP78-06096A000500040007-6