Some articles on covert action, covert actions, covert:
... James Doolittle did an extensive report on covert actions, specifically for President Dwight D ... an overall goal of increasing the workforce, and intensify training, with 10% of the covert staff time spent in training ...
... of Military and Associated Terms, a Covert operation (also as CoveOps or covert ops) is "an operation that is so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible ... Covert operations aim to fulfill their mission objectives without any parties knowing who sponsored or carried out the operation ... Under United States law, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) must lead covert operations unless the president finds that another agency should do so and properly informs the Congress ...
... A request for additional funding for covert action reviewed prior covert action in the Soviet Union ... It asked for 303 Committee approval of continuation of the covert action program "directed primarily at the Soviet intelligentsia and reaffirm the approval it has given in the past to the program ...
... The Directorate of Operations (DO) was the CIA's branch that conducted covert operations and recruited foreign agents ... a unit for political and economic covert action (the Covert Action Staff, or CAS), for paramilitary (PM) covert action (the Special Operations unit), for counterintelligence (the CI ... They are highly skilled in weaponry covert transport of personnel and material by air, sea, and land guerrilla warfare the use of explosives assassination and sabotage and escape and evasion techniques ...
... In October, 1949, British covert action operators led by Col ... At the time, CIA did not have its own covert action capability, but had hired on ex-OSS field operative Mike Burke to set up an American project to parallel the Brits' Operation VALUABLE ... (security) counterinsurgency units inside the nation, and covert intelligence officers sent overseas, were impressively successful in defending their homeland ...
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