Central Intelligence

Some articles on central intelligence, intelligence:

Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - US Movement To Centralization in SIGINT
... Security Act of 1947, which created a separate Air Force and Central Intelligence Agency, as well as unifying the military services under a Secretary of Defense ... and strategic needs, just as the Army and Navy often placed their needs beyond that of national intelligence ... of State objected to the next draft, which put the Central Intelligence Group/Central Intelligence Agency in charge of national COMINT ...
List Of Military Officers Who Have Led Divisions Of A Civil Service - United States - Central Intelligence Agency
... RADM Sidney Souers, Director of Central Intelligence, 1946 LTG Hoyt S ... Vandenberg, US Army, Director of Central Intelligence, 1946–1947 RADM Roscoe H ... Hillenkoetter, Director of Central Intelligence, 1947–1950 GEN Walter Bedell Smith, US Army, Director of Central Intelligence, 1950–1953 VADM William Raborn, Director of Central Intelligence, 1965 ...
USA PATRIOT Act, Title IX - Central Intelligence Director
... Central Intelligence were addressed in Title IX of the Patriot Act ... responsibility under section 901 to establish requirements and priorities for foreign intelligence information to be collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA ... matters relating to disclosure of foreign intelligence information ...
Public Interest Declassification Board - Board Members
2005, he was appointed to the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board ... Faga's career included service as a staff member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, where he headed the program and budget staff as an engineer at the Central Intelligence ... Briick retired from the Central Intelligence Agency in January 2008, following a 33-year career which included service in every directorate of the Agency ...
Strategic Services Unit
... The Strategic Services Unit was an intelligence agency of the United States government which existed in the immediate post-World War II period ... It was created from the Secret Intelligence and Counter-Espionage branches of the wartime Office of Strategic Services ... of the OSS as a going-concern with a view to forming a permanent peace-time intelligence agency ...

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