MacCloskey, Monro. Alert the Fifth Force: Counterinsurgency, Unconventional Warfare, and Psychological Operations of the United States Air Force in Special Air Warfare. New York: R. Rosen, 1969.
Petersen: "Cold War focus. Covers mainly non-USAF activities. Not well regarded by some experts."
MacCloskey, Monro. The American Intelligence Community. New York: Rosen, 1967.
Wilcox: "General popular account of American intelligence operations, policies."
MacCloskey, Monro. From Gasbags to Spaceships: The Story of the U.S. Air Force. New York: Richards Rosen, 1968.
Petersen says that this work includes "information on air intelligence within the broader context of Air Force history."
MacCloskey, Monro. Secret Air Missions. New York: Richards Rosen, 1966.
According to Constantinides, MacCloskey commanded the U.S. Fifteenth Air Force squadron responsible for agent and supply air drops into Italy, southern France, and the Balkans during World War II. The book "is a cross between a unit history and a collection of letters to home." Although the author could have included more on the unit's missions, "air support of intelligence operations has not often been described at this operational level."
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