Clandestine Collection

Some articles on clandestine, collection, clandestine collection:

Defense Intelligence Agency - History
... In 1984, the Clandestine Services organization, designated STAR WATCHER, was created under DIA with the mission of conducting intelligence collection on perceived areas of conflict and against ... rank since the individual Services were inconsistent in their support of clandestine operations and, case officers were routinely sacrificed during ... This changed when Gregory Davis, a military intelligence officer, defined and established a clandestine services program under the U.S Southern Command's "Plan Green" ...
National Clandestine Service - Clandestine Collection of HUMINT
... statute, the CIA's Director is tasked with the collection of intelligence through human sources and by other appropriate means ... The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency shall coordinate the clandestine collection of foreign intelligence collected through human sources such as "moles" or other human-enabled means and ... outside the United States and its possessions for the collection of foreign intelligence information required to meet the needs of all Departments and Agencies concerned, in connection with the national ...
Official Reports By The US Government On The CIA - 1949 Dulles-Jackson-Correa Report
... Jackson-Dulles-Correa report held an opposite view on clandestine collection to the Eberstadt Report, interesting in that Dulles was a clandestine collection specialist ... of coordinated national estimates." The report went on to argue that the CIA's current trend in clandestine intelligence activities should be reversed in favor ... "suggested incorporating covert operations and clandestine intelligence into one office within CIA ...

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