Jao - Jeg

 

Japan News. "LDP Examines Establishing Intelligence Agency Like CIA." 12 Feb. 2015. [http://the-japan-news.com]

"[A] Liberal Democratic Party project team ... will ... discuss the pros and cons of setting up an independent intelligence organization.... During last month's hostage incident, the government is believed to have depended heavily on the Jordanian and Turkish governments to gather information on the two Japanese nationals, which has resulted in calls to reexamine Japan's intelligence-gathering system."

[Japan/10s]

Jaquish, Douglas W. [MAJ/USAF] "Uninhabited Air Vehicles for Psychological Operations -- Leveraging Technology for PSYOP Beyond 2010." Chronicles Online Journal (6 Apr. 2004). [http://www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil/airchronicles/cc/jaquish.html]

"This paper focuses on the nature of psychological operations (PSYOP), enabling technologies to employ UAVs for PSYOP, and how this transformation is shaping U.S. Air Force concepts of operations (CONOP) and strategy in the joint battlespace."

[MI/AF/00s; Recon/UAVs/00s]

Jarcho, Saul. "Historical Perspectives of Medical Intelligence" Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 67, no. 5 (Sep.-Oct. 1991): 501-506.

[GenPostwar/Medical]

Jarvis, Peter. The German Battleships. Bletchley Park Report no. 2. Bletchley Park, UK: Bletchley Park Co. Ltd., 1997.

Kruh, Cryptologia 22.2: Includes a description of the German Naval Enigma cipher machines and their role in various battles.

[UK/WWII/Ultra]

Jarvis, Sue. Japanese Codes. Bletchley Park Report no. 6. Bletchley Park, UK: Bletchley Park Co. Ltd., 1997.

Kruh, Cryptologia 22.2: Includes a discussion of "events leading up to Pearl Harbor, British/US intelligence cooperation before Pearl Harbor, and the attack on Ceylon and the Bay of Bengal."

[UK/WWII/Ultra; WWII/Magic]

Jaschik, Scott. "If CIA Calls, Should Anthropology Answer?" insidehighered.com, 1 Sep. 2006.

When the CIA "posted some job ads on the American Anthropological Association Web site" and then "tried to have those ads appear in the association's journals, some took them and others turned them down -- amid considerable debate among members. As a result of these discussions, the association has created a special committee that will try to figure out the ethical issues involved with working for national security agencies."

[CIA/Relations/Academe]

Javers, Eamon. Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy: The Secret World of Corporate Espionage. New York: HarperCollins, 2010.

Peake, Studies 55.1 (Mar. 2011), says that the author "tells some fascinating stories of corporate espionage and security operations." The book "is well written and documented."

[GenPostCW/10s/Gen]

Jeffers, H. Paul. The CIA: A Close Look at the CIA. New York: Lion Press, 1970. [Petersen]

[CIA/Overviews]

Jeffery, Keith.

Jeffrey, Andrew. This Present Emergency: Edinburgh, the River Forth, and South-East Scotland and the Second World War. Edinburgh: Mainstream, 1993.

Watt, I&NS 9.3, finds this book to be a "short survey of the course of the Second World War as it affected south-eastern Scotland.... Chapter 5 recapitulates in convincing detail the fate of the three Abwehr agents landed in 1941." Jeffrey "uses this episode ... to cover the ... deception operations mounted annually ... from northern Scotland."

[UK/WWII/Overviews/Gen]

Jeffrey, James F. "Why Counterinsurgency Doesn't Work: The Problem Is the Strategy, Not the Execution." Foreign Affairs 94, no. 2 (Mer.-Apr. 2015): 178-180.

It is the "build" leg in the "clear, hold, and build" strategy that is the most ambitious. "[C]ritical reforms ... fail to survive without constant U.S. attention.... Once U.S. forces leave, a situation similar to that seen in Iraq after 2011 is all but inevitable.... Counterinsurgency was a recipe for defeat and retrenchment in the recent past, just as it was in the 1970s and will be again."

[MI/SpecOps/Counterinsurgency]

Jeffreys, Diarmuid. The Bureau: Inside the Modern FBI. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1995. The Bureau: Inside Today's FBI. London: Macmillan, 1995.

Jeffreys-Jones, Rhodri - A - C

Jeffreys-Jones, Rhodri - D - Z

Jeffries, John C., Jr. Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr.: A Biography. Riverside, NJ: Scribner's, 1994.

Surveillant 3.6: This is a "judicious biography" by a former law clerk. It includes "Powell's early work in OSS and his role in ULTRA intelligence." See also, Putney, ed., Ultra and the Army Air Forces in World War II: An Interview with Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Lewis F. Powell, Jr (1987).

[WWII/U.S./Magic, OSS/Individuals, & Services/Air; UKWWII/ULTRA]

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