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Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photographs

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: Recently declassified photographs from spy satellites are an important addition to the record of the Earth?s land surface held by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). More than 800,000 high-resolution photos taken between 1959 through 1972 were made available by Executive Order of the President. The collection is held at the USGS EROS Data Center, near Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and are offered for public sale. For some purposes in earth science studies, these pho...

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Joint Chiefs of Staff Directive for Operation ''Olympic''

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: Plans and preparations for the invasion of Japan were directed in J.C.S. 1259/4. The attached directive, prepared pursuant to J.C.S. 11, directs the execution of these plans and preparations for the initial operation (OLYMPIC)

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Excerpt: EUROPE

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Estimating Soviet Military Intentions and Capabilities

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: Estimating Soviet Military Intentions and Capabilities -- Author?s Comments: Raymond Garthoff; The documents in this volume dealing with CIA?s analysis of military affairs during the Cold War were selected with several considerations in mind. First, they provide illustrative examples of analyses of Soviet intentions and military doctrine, as well as of military forces and capabilities. Second, they include materials on strategic forces and theater or general pur...

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Civil Defense Efforts Will Improve Projection for the Leaders and ...

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: but not for the general population or for military or economic facilities. Soviet capabilities against ballistic missile-launching submarines will remain poor.

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Soviet Economic and Technological Benefits from Detente

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: Us-Soviet detente has already brought a succession of economic and technological benefits to the USSR: grain to offset a crop failure access to technology and equipment previously denied and long-term credits to finance imports if detente continues these gains will accumulate. Nevertheless, overall Soviet economic growth is unlikely to be affected appreciably. Machinery imports from the united states will be small relative to total Soviet investment, and the USS...

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Central Intelligence Agency Directorate of Intelligence March 1970

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: INTRODUCTION; One of the principal features of Soviet economic development has been the government s policy of investing the maximum possible amount of the national product. This report explores the possibility that this traditional investment policy is no longer capable of providing the rate of economic growth desired by the Soviet leadership.

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Corona : America's First Satellite Program

By: J. Kenneth McDonald

Excerpt: Since the CORONA satellite made its first successful flight in August 1960, the Intelligence Community?s overhead reconnaissance programs have been among the nation?s most closely guarded secrets. The end of the Cold War, however, has at last made it possible to declassify both information and imagery from the first American satellite systems of the 1960s. To do this, President William Clinton in February of this year ordered the declassification within 18 month...

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Corona : America's First Satellite Program

By: J. Kenneth McDonald

Excerpt: Since the CORONA satellite made its first successful flight in August 1960, the Intelligence Community?s overhead reconnaissance programs have been among the nation?s most closely guarded secrets. The end of the Cold War, however, has at last made it possible to declassify both information and imagery from the first American satellite systems of the 1960s. To do this, President William Clinton in February of this year ordered the declassification within 18 month...

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Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photography (Disp) Coverage of...

By: Robert Bindschadler

Excerpt: This report summarizes the results of a nine-week summer project examining all Declassified Intelligence Satellite Photography (DISP) of Antarctica. It was discovered that the data were collected in three separate missions during 1962 and 1963. The first two missions covered only the coastal areas, while the third mission covered the entire continent. Many of the 1782 frames collected were cloudy. This is especially true of West Antarctica. An optimal set of pho...

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Central Intelligence : Origin and Evolution

By: Admiral David E. Jeremiah

Excerpt: In May 2001, President George W. Bush directed that the Director of Central Intelligence commission the first in-depth study of the nation?s Intelligence Community in three decades. The panels appointed by DCI George Tenet will soon provide him, and the President, with their findings about the shape of the changing international order and the ability of the Intelligence Community to respond to the national security challenges and opportunities of the 21st Centur...

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Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Data Required by the No Fea...

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: I. Complaints of Discrimination Filed -- A. Complaints filed -- 40 B. Number of individual filers -- 36 C. Individuals filing two or more complaints.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Data Required by the No Fea...

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: I. Complaints of Discrimination Filed -- A. Complaints filed -- 24 B. Number of individual filers -- 24 C. Individuals filing two or more complaints.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Data Required by the No Fea...

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: I. Complaints of Discrimination Filed -- A. Complaints filed -- 23 B. Number of individual filers -- 20 C. Individuals filing two or more complaints.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Data Required by the No Fea...

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: I. Complaints of Discrimination Filed -- A. Complaints filed -- 15 B. Number of individual filers -- 13 C. Individuals filing two or more complaints.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Data Required by the No Fea...

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: I. Complaints of Discrimination Filed -- A. Complaints filed -- 13 B. Number of individual filers -- 12 C. Individuals filing two or more complaints

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Comprehensive Report of the Special Advisor to the Dci on Iraq's Wmd

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: Key Findings Saddam never abandoned his intentions to resume a CW effort when sanctions were lifted and conditions were judged favorable: Saddam and many Iraqis regarded CW as a proven weapon against an enemy?s superior numerical strength, a weapon that had saved the nation at least once already?during the Iran-Iraq war?and contributed to deterring the Coalition in 1991 from advancing to Baghdad. While a small number of old, abandoned chemical munitions have bee...

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Comprehensive Report of the Special Advisor to the Dci on Iraq's Wmd

By: Central Intelegence Agent

Excerpt: Key Findings Since the early 1970s, Iraq has consistently sought to acquire an effective long-range weapons delivery capability, and by 1991 Baghdad had purchased the missiles and infrastructure that would form the basis for nearly all of its future missile system developments. The Soviet Union was a key supplier of missile hardware and provided 819 Scud-B missiles and ground support equipment. Iraq?s experiences with long-range delivery systems in the Iran/Iraq...

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Global Trends 2015 : A Dialogue about the Future with Nongovernmen...

By: George J. Tenet

Excerpt: From the Director of Central Intelligence; I am pleased to introduce Global Trends 2015, which takes a look at the world over the next 15 years from the perspective of the national security policymaker. This is not a traditional intelligence assessment, depending on classified sources and methods. Rather, it reflects an Intelligence Community fully engaged with outside experts in a constructive dialogue about the future. I want to encourage this lively exchange....

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Equal Employment Opportunity Reporting Data Required by the No Fea...

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Excerpt: I. Complaints of Discrimination Filed -- A. Complaints filed -- 14 B. Number of individual filers -- 14 C. Individuals filing two or more complaints

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