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Los Angeles Times. "Ex-INS Supervisor, Faget, Gets 5 Years in Spy Case." 30 Jun. 2001.

On 29 June 2001, Mariano Faget "was sentenced in Miami to five years in prison for disclosing official secrets to Cuba."

[SpyCases/U.S./Faget]

Lose, James M. "National Intelligence Support Teams." Studies in Intelligence (Winter 1999-2000): 87-96.

Unconventional settings for military operations "compel[] the [field] commander to rely more heavily on his intelligence officer" than might have been the case in conventional combat operations. The NIST concept reflects the lessons learned in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. "A NIST is normally composed of personnel from DIA, NSA, NIMA, and the CIA who are deployed upon request by the military commander to facilitate the flow of all-source intelligence between a Joint Task Force (JTF) and Washington, DC."

[MI/Ops/Other]

Losey, Stephen. "Charles Allen's Homeland Security Department." Periscope (Summer 2006): 33-34. [Reprinted from Fedeal Times, 4 Sep. 2006]

Interview with head of DHS's intelligence office.

[DHS/06]

Losey, Stephen. "Online Intelligence Library Fosters Collaboration among Agencies." Federal Times, 6 Jul. 2011. [http://www.federaltimes.com]

In a 23 June 2011 interview with Federal Times, DIA Deputy Directo David Shedd said that the "government's online Library of National Intelligence is one of the most important -- and unheralded -- parts of its effort to encourage information sharing and collaboration.... The CIA began working on the library in early 2007, and within two years, all intelligence agencies were submitting their reports and other intelligence products to the online repository."

[GenPostCW/10s/11]

Lossing, Benson J. The Two Spies: Nathan Hale and John Andre. New York: Appleton, 1904. [Petersen]

[RevWar/Arnold & Hale]

Lotz, Wolfgang.

1. The Champagne Spy: Israel's Master Spy Tells His Story. New York: St. Martin's, 1972. New York: Manor, 1973. [pb]

2. A Handbook for Spies. New York: Harper & Row, 1980.

[Louie, Gilman G.] "Gilman G. Louie Discusses In-Q-Tel, the CIA's New High-Tech Investment Company." National Security Law Report 22, no. 2 (Mar.-Apr. 2000): 1-2, 5-8.

Remarks on 1 December 1999 at Standing Committee breakfast in Washington, DC.

[CIA/99/InQIt; CIA/00/Gen]

[Louie, Gilman.] "Speech by Gilman Louie, President and CEO, In-Q-Tel, Inc., 8 May 2000." CIRA Newsletter 25, no. 2 (Summer 2000): 4-13.

Louie speaks about the role of his company in supporting the technological advancement of the CIA and U.S. intelligence.

[CIA/99/InQIt; CIA/00/Gen]

Loureiro, Pedro. "The Imperial Japanese Navy and Espionage: The Itaru Tachibana Case." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 3, no. 1 (Spring 1989): 105-121.

Love, Terry. Wings of Air America. Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 1998.

Hauver, CIRA Newsletter 23.2: "The largest of CIA's 'secret' airlines ... was also one of the world's most extraordinary companies. The book also covers CAT [Civil Air Transport] and SAT [Southern Air Transport]."

[CA/Gen]

Loven, Jennifer. “Bush Taps Kissinger to Head 9/11 Probe.” Associated Press, 27 Nov. 2002. [http://www.washingtonpost.com]

On 27 November 2002, President George W. Bush "signed legislation creating a new independent commission to investigate the Sept. 11 attacks … and named former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to lead the panel."

[GenPostCW/00s/Commission]

Lovejoy, Thomas E. "National Security, National Interest, and Sustainability." In Nature and Human Society: The Quest for a Sustainable World, eds. Peter H. Raven and Tania Williams, 506-514. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2000.

[GenPostwar/NatSec/Environment]

Lovell, Mary S. Cast No Shadow: The Life of the American Spy Who Changed the Course of World War II. New York: Pantheon Books, 1992.

[Women/WWII/U.S.; WWII/OSS/Individuals]

Lovell, Stanley P.

1. Deadly Gadgets of the OSS: When Uncle Sam Played Dirty in World War II. Bennington, VT: World War II Historical Society, 1996.

2. Of Spies and Strategems. Englewoord Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1963.

Clark comment: From 1942, Lovell headed the OSS Research and Development Branch, the unit which developed and invented the paraphernalia of special warfare. For Constantinides, this is "a chatty book that brings out information on some technical accomplishments and contains cameo shots of certain personalities, among them General Donovan."

Full text of Lovell's book is available at: http://www.archive.org/stream/ofspiesstratagem006983mbp/ofspiesstratagem006983mbp_djvu.txt.

[WWII/OSS/Topics/Weapons]

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