V8:1-16-47 (Winter 1964) PDF.8MB* Soviet 1962 training manual on doctrine and tradecraft for dealing with write-ins and walk-ins, stressing that probing for possession of valuable information is paramount concern.
V12:4-1-12 (Fall 1968) PDF 892.7KB* Lowenhaupt, Henry., "On the Soviet Nuclear Scent", Stud.
"Portrait of a Cuban Refugee" by Andrew Wixson, Stud.
Nielsen, Nathan, "The National Intelligence Daily", Stud.V9:1-63-80 (Winter 1965) PDF 947KB* Beller, Patrick., "The Life and Work of Stephan Haller", Stud.V10:3-25-29 (Summer 1966) PDF 166.8KB* Explains how, using intercepted Soviet telemetry data, the.S.V5:3-A1-A15 (Summer 1961) PDF 782KB* An account of British Captain John Andre, who handled Benedict Arnold's write-in correspondence, intelligence, reporting, and tasking.V2:4-75-78 korting toverland sevenum (Fall 1958) PDF 177KB* Bimmerle, korting pixum George, Truth Drugs in coupon code amazon ca Interrogation", Stud."The Defections.White, Jeffrey., "Some Thoughts on Irregular Warfare", Stud.V36: (1992) PDF 691.5KB* State Department sent first coded message in 1866, soon after the completion of the trans-Atlantic cable.V38:5-37-42 (1995) PDF 446.2KB* Some enduring principles of intelligence (for example, the tradeoff in Warning analysis of too many and too few alerts by the head of British World War II scientific intelligence, in a speech at CIA in 1993.V5:2-A43-A50 (Spring 1961) PDF 380KB* Cooperwood, Gordon, "Wanted: a Word Communication to the Editor, Stud."Richard Helms: The Intelligence Professional Personified" by David.
"CIA's Support to the Nazi War Criminal Investigations" by Kevin.
"The Ten Commandments of Counterintelligence" by James.

"The Role of the Consultant in Intelligence Estimates" by Joseph.V18:2-43-50 (Summer 1974) PDF 500.5KB* Brandwein, David., "Interaction in Weapons R D", Stud.V13:1-57-67 (Winter 1969) PDF 510.7KB* Brugioni, Dino., "The Holocaust Revisited: A Retrospective Analysis of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Complex", Stud.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.V36: (1992) PDF 691.5KB* Weir, Leslie., "Soviet Publicists Talk About."Truman on CIA" by Thomas.V11:3-77-84 (Summer 1967) PDF 443.2KB* Plotting the location of missile silos in Montana, using tools available to clandestine agents.V3:2-17-30 (Spring 1958) PDF 770KB* Examines several fields of geographic intelligence in terms of how current (1959) problems in each affect the ability of geographic intelligence analyst to support military operations.V13:1-87-92 (Winter 1969) PDF 294.5KB* Outlines Courtney's book on Soviet attempts to blackmail and recruit him and, failing that, to expose him in 1965.
Kerr and Peter Dixon Davis, Stud.
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"What is a Generalist?" by Gordon.
"The Map in Field Reporting" by Louis Thomas, Stud.