Lloyd D. Salvetti
The Need for an Intelligence Literature
William J. Donovan and the National Security
Allen W. Dulles
The Defections of Dr. John
On the Soviet Nuclear Scent
Henry S. Lowenhaupt
Soviet Deception in the Czechoslovak Crisis
Cynthia M. Grabo
The Holocaust Revisited: A Retrospective Analysis of the Auschwitz Birkenau Extermination Complex
Dino A. Brugioni and Robert G. Poirier
An Interview with Richard Helms
A Stone for Willy Fisher
The San Cristobal Trapezoid
John T. Hughes and A. Denis Clift
A First Tour Like No Other
Sprint 1998 unclassified edition
William J. Daugherty
Sherman Kent, the “founding father” of Studies in Intelligence, headed the Office of National Estimates and was a pioneer in the then-emerging field of intelligence analysis.
Allen W. Dulles was Director of Central Intelligence from 1953 to 1961 – the longest anyone has served in that post.
Delmege Trimble was a CIA intelligence officer.
Henry S. Lowenhaupt was a CIA specialist on nuclear matters.
Cynthia M. Grabo was an intelligence officer at the National Indications Center.
Dino A. Brugioni was an intelligence officer at the National Photographic Interpretation Center and has long been a frequent contributor to Studies in Intelligence.
Robert G. Poirier was a CIA imagery analyst whose work included seeking ways to broaden the applications of imagery analysis beyond purely military concerns.
David Frost is an internationally acclaimed broadcast journalist.
Richard Friedman worked for the National Intelligence Council.
John T. Hughes was a Department of Defense imagery analyst.
A. Denis Clift is President of the Joint Military Intelligence College.
William J. Daugherty, who served in the Directorate of Operations, is now a faculty member at the university in the southern United States.