See Munson, Harlow., "Two Witnesses for the Defense" "The Soviet Atlas as a Source" by William Terechow, Stud.
Prunko, Donald., "Recruitment in Moscow", Stud.V7: (Summer 1963) PDF sac d'école a roulette 201KB* Kirkpatrick, Lyman., "Combat Intelligence: A Comparative Evaluation", Stud.V2:3-45-48 (Summer 1958) PDF 280KB* A post-Sputnik survey of US acquisition and processing of Soviet scientific publications.V8:3-1-10 (Summer 1964) PDF 500KB* A plea, with argumentation, for using footnotes in finished intelligence to provide for reviewers and consumers better documentation of source and quality of information.V11:1-67-70 (Winter 1967) PDF 166.4KB* Describes employment of World War II Japanese intelligence functionaries in post war Japan, their return to intelligence before and during the Korean war; and police, CI, and commercial intelligence thereafter."Intelligence Support to the Life Science Community: Mitigating Threats from Bioterrorism" by James.V5:2-A1-A19 (Spring 1961) PDF 975KB* "The Birth of Central Intelligence" by Arthur.V6:2-A1-A5 (Spring 1962) PDF 681KB* "Chinese Industry from the Air" by William."What is a Generalist?" by Gordon.V6:2-A7-A20 (Spring 1962) PDF 638KB* Describes the Japanese army in Manchuria's efforts to collect and disseminate intelligence on Soviet border military activity 1940-41.Edgar Hoover initially attempted to transfer responsibility for the SIS to other US agencies, because he could not be certain the FBI would have undivided responsibility for operations in that region.
V12:1-13-20 (Winter 1968) PDF 425.4KB* A scientific intelligence wizard lists reasons casino dell'aurora palazzo pallavicini rospigliosi why the Intelligence Community generally fails at "interactive analysis" for the benefit of US weapons designers and argues for better communication and interaction between the two.
"Intelligence for the Policy Chiefs" by James.