Baldwin

Baldwin, Al [COL/USMC]. "1st Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) in Operation Iraqi Freedom." Naval Intelligence Professionals Quarterly 19, no. 3 (Sep. 2003): 11-12.

The regimental combat teams (RCTs) were provided "with the ability to directly receive most of the signals from the theater and tactical sensors. By cutting out the middlemen ... the intelligence got to the using unit much faster and in time to have a chance to shape the local action."

[MI/Marines; MI/Ops/Iraq]

Baldwin, Gordon. "Congressional Power to Demand Disclosure of Foreign Intelligence Agreements." Brooklyn Journal of International Law 3 (Fall 1976): 1-30. [Petersen]

[Oversight]

Baldwin, Hanson W.

1. "Army Intelligence." New York Times, 13 Apr. 1952, 12; and 14 Apr. 1952, 4.

2. "Battlefield Intelligence." Combat Forces 3 (Feb. 1953): 30-41. [Petersen]

[MI/Army/To90s]

Baldwin, Hanson W. "The Future of Intelligence." Strategic Review 4 (Summer 1976): 6-24. [Petersen]

[GenPostwar/Policy/To90s]

Baldwin, Hanson W. "The Growing Risks of Bureaucratic Intelligence." Reporter 39 (15 Aug. 1963): 48-50, 53. [Petersen]

[GenPostwar/Policy/To90s]

Baldwin, Hanson W.

Series of five articles in the New York Times on U.S. intelligence, 20-25 Jul. 1948. Petersen notes that this series received "considerable" attention at the time.

[GenPostwar/40s]

Baldwin, Mark. "Wartime Codebreaking." Book & Magazine Collector, Jul. 1997, 28-39.

According to Kruh, Cryptologia 22.2, the author "provides a lively review of British books on World War II ... codebreaking, especially the work on Enigma ciphers at Bletchley Park."

[UK/WWII/Ultra; WWII/RefMats]

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