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A SLAM-DUNK In Tom Clancy's all-new, unique novel, OP- heart: Acts of War, Syrian terrorists have attacked a dam contained in the borders of Turkey, threatening the water provide in their very place of origin. it's not madness, however the first step in a deceptively uncomplicated plan: to strength all-out conflict within the center East.
What they don't comprehend is new neighborhood Op-Center is now online in Greece, and its workforce can see precisely what the rebels are attempting to do. yet those terrorists are extra innovative than a person thinks.
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64 Herman, Draft paper on ‘The Postwar Organisation of Intelligence: The 1945 Joint Intelligence Committee Report on “The Intelligence Machine” ’ (unpublished). I am indebted to Michael Herman for allowing me to read his hitherto unpublished work. 65 Noel Annan, Changing Enemies, 17; Cradock, Know Your Enemy, 12. Goodman, ‘Learning to Walk: The Origins of the UK’s Joint Intelligence Committee’, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 21 (1) (2008), 46–7. 67 Aldrich, ‘Secret Intelligence for a Post-War World’, 16.
70 Capel-Dunn was sympathetic to the need to maintain this capability, but was sceptical about the merits of housing it in a small section in the Foreign Office. 71 He believed that it was impossible to consider the question of economic intelligence separate from intelligence as a whole. 72 His suggestion was welcomed by several members of the JIC, each of whom set out simultaneously to defend the interests of his particular service. 74 But everyone agreed that the improvements in efficiency and cooperation developed during the war, and the central role of the JIC, should be maintained.
Pressure from the Treasury forced changes to this design. The Treasury had harried the plans for the JIB from the outset. 157 Early in 1946 the Treasury spanner ensured that the JIB would initially be established on a ‘skeleton and experimental basis’. Only the Central and General Divisions, JIB 2 and 1 respectively, would be fully or almost fully manned upon establishment. The provisional staff was cut to 129. This was considered adequate to ‘enable the 150 Strong, Intelligence at the Top, 223.