The admirals’ advantage; U.S. Navy operational intelligence in World War II and the Cold War

The admirals’ advantage; U.S. Navy operational intelligence in World War II and the Cold War

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2004-029615

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The admirals’ advantage; U.S. Navy operational intelligence in World War II and the Cold War.

Ford, Christopher A.

Naval Institute Press, [c]2005

219 p.

$37.50

Held in September of 1998, the Operational Intelligence “Lessons Learned” Symposium was held at the US Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center in order to provide a forum for senior intelligence professionals to reflect on the evolution of naval operational intelligence since World War II. Primarily based on the declassified portions of that symposium, this study presents the essence of the proceedings with its chronological narrative exploring tactics, strategies, and resource allocation of US naval intelligence during the Cold War.

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