Mills, Ami Chen. CIA Off Campus: Building the Movement Against Agency Recruitment and Research. Boston: South End Press, 1991.
This book is possibly the same as CIA Off Campus: A Do-It-Yourself Handbook (Chicago: Bill of Rights Foundation, 1990), which Surveillant 1.2 identifies as a "large-format anti-CIA recruitment handbook" concerned with "how the Agency recruits on college campuses and how those recruitment drives can be sabotaged or blocked. Author Mills is a creative writing graduate who worked with the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) in Washington."
Mills, Dennis R. "Signals Intelligence and the Coder Special Branch of the Royal Navy in the 1950s." Intelligence and National Security 26, no. 5 (Oct. 2011): 639-655.
"[I]n the late 1940s and the 1950s, Britain's national sigint programme was a complex partnership between GCHQ and the three armed servies that required large number of listeners. Accordingly, the Royal Navy created the Coder Special Branch in the autumn of 1951 in response to a growing need for a body of men capable of intercepting Russian naval radio traffic."
Mills, John. "PSYOP Radio Operations in Bosnia: A Steady, Positive Drumbeat." Special Warfare 14 (Fall 2001): 30-39.
Mills, Mike. "FBI Chief Laments 'Mistakes' in CISPES Probe." Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 17 Sep. 1988, 2575.
On 14 September 1988, FBI Director Sessions told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that he was suspending several FBI employees for "inadequacies" surrounding the Bureau's investigation of the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) and affiliated groups. Sessions "denied that the investigation was politically motivated or engineered by the White House." He argued that decisions concerning the investigation did not come from the Director's office (then held by William Webster).
Mills, Francis B. [COL/USA (Ret.)], Robert Mills, and Dr. John W. Brunner. OSS Special Operations in China. Williamstown, NJ: Phillips Publications, 2002.
According to Peake, Studies 47.3, "Mills was in charge of OSS Special Operations in the area of China north of the Yangtze River, including Peking. His book tells the story of the guerrilla operations ... by his teams behind Japanese lines.... While the authors state that the book is based mainly on declassified records, the records are not cited. There are long quotes from diaries, intelligence reports, and team communications, but they are not referenced in any way that would allow a scholar to find them in the archives without going through all the files. Nevertheless, this is a valuable memoir about OSS in China with a level of tactical detail not found elsewhere."
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