Intelligence Studies

Volume 57, No. 2

June 2013
Unclassified Extracts from Studies in Intelligence

Historical Perspectives

Post-World War II Intelligence 1
*America’s Secret Vanguard: US Army Intelligence Operations in Germany, 1944-47
Thomas Boghardt

Moves and Countermoves
*The Growth of China’s Air Defenses: Responding to Covert Overflights, 1949-1974
Bob Bergin

From the Studies Archive

50 Years Since Early Engagement in Southeast Asia
*Counterintelligence in Counterguerrilla Operations
M. H. Schiattareggia

Intelligence in Public Media

The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby
Reviewed by Randall B. Woods

Contributors

Bob Bergin is a retired Foreign Service Officer. He has published numerous works on aviation and intelligence history in East Asia.

Thomas Boghardt is a US Army historian. He has contributed articles to Studies in Intelligence. He is the author of a recently published history, The Zimmermann Telegram: Intelligence, Diplomacy, and America’s Entry into World War I, reviewed in this issue.

Thomas Coffey has served as an analyst in the CIA’s Directorate of Intelligence. He is currently a member of the Lessons Learned Program of the Center for the Study of Intelligence. He is a frequent contributor.

John Ehrman is an analyst in the CIA’s Directorate of Intelligence. He is a frequent and award-winning contributor to Studies.

Scott J. Hatch is a manager in the National Counterterrorism Center. He has served in CIA’s Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis.

Gary K. is a CIA officer.

Hayden Peake is the curator of the Historical Intelligence Collection in the CIA Library. He has served in the Directorates of Science and Technology and Operations.

M. H. Schiattareggia is the penname of an officer who served in the CIA’s Directorate of Plans (now the National Clandestine Service).

Randall B. Woods is a distinguished professor of history at the University of Arkansas. He is the author of the recently published biography of William Colby, Shadow Warrior: William Egan Colby and the CIA.