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Military reworking spy operations – CNN

On April 24, 2012 CNN's national security blog reported that the U.S. military is reworking its spying program to "better focus on threats off the battlefield."  Accoring to Pentagon officials, the new approach would focus on human intelligence conducted by U.S. military spies and assets would be shared by the intelligence community.  The new program, […]

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How the US gets military intelligence and where it goes – AP

The September 12, 2011 edition of the Rome News-Tribune featured an article by Calvin Woodward and Kimberly Dozier of the Associated Press. Written in a "question and answer" format, the piece provided an overview of intelligence gathering and dispensing procedures. Specifically, the piece covers the various forms of available intelligence, the way in which intelligence […]

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