Foster

Foster, Donald L. "The Man Who Was." Army 33, no. 8 (1983): 55-56.

Petersen: "Operation Mincemeat, the British deception operation before the invasion of Sicily."

[WWII/Eur/Deception]

Foster, G. Allen. The Eyes and Ears of the Civil War. New York: Criterion, 1963. [Petersen]

[CivWar/Overviews]

Foster, Gregory D. "Redefining National Security: A Post-Cold War Imperative." National Security Law Report 15, no. 1 (Jan. 1993): 1-2.

"Security is not ... just defense ... [or] the special preserve of international relations. It is, rather, the cardinal measure of the seamlessness of domestic and foreign affairs.... [I]nvesting in national cohesion may provide a greater and more lasting payoff than investing in military capabilities." (pp. 1-2) See Francis J. McNamara, "Counterpoint," NSLR 15.3.

[GenPostwar/NatSec][c]

Foster, Gregory D., and Louise B. Wise. "Sustainable Security: Transnational Environmental Threats and Foreign Policy." Harvard International Review 21, no. 4 (Fall 1999): 20-23.

[GenPostwar/NatSec/Environment]

Foster, Jane. An Unamerican Lady. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1980.

Constantinides notes that Foster, who worked in Morale Operations with OSS during World War II, was indicted with her husband in 1957 as Soviet agents. In discussing her OSS experiences, Foster "relates much about personal, social, and administrative matters but precious little about her operations." With regard to the charges brought against her, she denies being a Soviet agent but admits that she lied about her Communist Party membership and marital status.

The indictment against Foster came on the basis of information from FBI double agent Boris Morros. See Morros, My Ten Years as a Counterspy (1959). See also, Conant, A Covert Affair (2011).

[SpyCases/U.S.; Women/WWII/U.S.; WWII/OSS/Individuals & Security]

Foster, J.L., and J. Siljeholm. "The Environmental Security Problem: Does the U.S. Have a Policy?" Breakthroughs 7, no. 1 (Spring 1998): 37-46.

[GenPostwar/NatSec/Environment]

Foster, William J., and Marianne Kramer. "NGA and Air Force Develop Advanced GEOINT." Pathfinder 5, no. 2 (Mar.-Apr. 2007): 7-10. [http://www.nga.mil]

In July 2005, the DNI "named NGA the Functional Manager for advanced geospatial intelligence (AGI). Formerly known as imagery-derived measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT), AGI utilizes spaced-based remotely sensed multi-spectral data and advanced processing and analysis techniques. NGA had already assumed responsibility for AGI from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in 2002.

"The functional management changeover to NGA comes against a backdrop of successes in the development of AGI achieved over the years by the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC). Located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton, Ohio, NASIC is the Air Force's single integrated intelligence production center and the primary producer in the Department of Defense (DoD) of foreign air and space intelligence."

[MI/NGA/00s]

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