Dictionary of the United States Intelligence Services: Over 1500 Terms, Programs and Agencies

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McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub, Jan 1, 1996 - Political Science - 191 pages
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Despite the end of the Cold War, the intelligence community continues to grow unabated. The focus is increasingly on industrial espionage and countermeasures to it and surveillance of terrorist organizations. Living in the world of covert operations and coded terminology, American intelligence professionals have developed a unique language. This comprehensive dictionary allows anyone to understand the distinctive terms used by members of the various intelligence organizations. The work covers all areas of intelligence, including communications, satellites, science and counterintelligence. Print sources include government, military and popular publications.

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Acronyms and Abbreviations
The Dictionary

About the author (1996)

William Wilson is the Senior Pastor of Portland Christian Center in Portland, Oregon, one of the leading churches in the greater Portland area.

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