Aldrich, J.V. Is There a Key to Successful Intelligence Efforts in the 1990s? Newport, RI: Naval War College, 1992.
Surveillant 3.2/3: "Argues that increased utilization of military linguists is the key to ensuring successful Intelligence efforts in the1990s."
Best, Richard A., Jr. Reforming Defense Intelligence. Washington, DC: Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, 22 Jan. 1992.
Bondanella, John. Estimating the Army's Intelligence Requirements and Capabilities for 1997-2001: Analytic Support to the Military Intelligence Relook Task Force. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1993. [Surveillant 3.2/3]
Jajko, Walter. The Future of Defense Intelligence. Working Group on Intelligence Reform. Washington, DC: Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, 1993.
Clark comment: At the time of this monograph, Jajko was Director, Special Advisory Staff, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, U.S. Department of Defense. Surveillant 3.2/3 notes that the author "concludes with a discussion of the various 'cultures' (bureaucratic, civil, et al.) that affect the quality and effectiveness of the defense intelligence effort."
Jernigan, Patricia H. [COL/USAF (Ret.)] "Army Intelligence Production: Challenge and Commitment." American Intelligence Journal 13, no. 3 (Summer 1992): 79-83.
Jonkers, Roy K. "Editor's Prologue." American Intelligence Journal 14, no. 3 (Autumn-Winter 1993-1994): 6.
Refers to the "creation of the Defense HUMINT Service on 2 November 1993, to be accomplished by [FY 1997], including the transfer of functions, personnel and resources from the Services. It will involve creating a [DHS] with a single joint manning authorization and a consolidated HUMINT budget within the GDIP. The Director of DIA will be responsible for running this organization under the overview of the ASD (C3I) and the DepSecDef."
Kalitka, Peter F. [COL/USA (Ret.)] "HUMINT for Hire." American Intelligence Journal 14, no 1 (Autumn/Winter 1993): 29-31.
"To balance future military demands, DoD needs to be involved in economic information collection." Argues for making use of "a reservoir of professionally trained United States intelligence officers -- retired and otherwise -- engaged in second careers from which to draw."
Menoher, Paul E., Jr. [LTGEN/USA, DCSINT].
1. "INTEL XXI -- The Intelligence Vision for Force XXI." American Intelligence Journal 16, no. 2/3 (Autumn-Winter 1995): 35-40.
Discusses the plan to leverage "information age technology to create ... the Intelligence system required to support the Army of the 21st century."
2. [MGEN/USA, Commander/INSCOM] "Where Do We Go from Here?" American Intelligence Journal 15, no. 1 (Spring-Summer 1994): 11-14.
"Army Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) [has been] severely degraded by the closure of major forward based sites and the loss of units to mandated force reductions." The Army is in the process of "evolving [a] Regional SIGINT Operations Center (RSOC) architecture."
3. And Patrick B. McNiece [LTC/MI]. "Army Military Intelligence Strategy for the 21st Century." American Intelligence Journal 15, no. 2 (Autumn-Winter 1994): 17-24.
Taking Army Intelligence into the 21st Century: New architectures and new strategies.
1. "Budget Cuts May Erode Pentagon Intelligence Network." Defense News, 8-14 Feb. 1993, 34.
2. "Pentagon Will Leave C3I Assistant Post Intact." Defense News, 29 Mar.-4 Apr. 1993, 6.
Munson, Michael F. "Intelligence Resource Management." American Intelligence Journal 15, no. 2 (Autumn/Winter 1994): 12-16.
Addresses intelligence management initiatives, including implementation of a common budget framework, joint DCI/DOD program reviews, a national intelligence needs process, the Intelligence Systems Board (established November 1993), the Counterintelligence Policy Board (established by a Presidential Decision Directive of 3 May 1994), and the Security Policy Board (established by Presidential Decision Directive 29, signed on 16 September 1994).
Quam, Ed. "Intelligence Restructuring: The European Command Perspective." Defense Intelligence Journal 1, no. 1 (Spring 1992): 55-59.
Roby, Sheryll. "ASD(C3I) Reorganization." American Intelligence Journal 13, no. 3 (Summer 1992): 25-28.
The subject here is the position of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communication, and Intelligence).
Scanlon, Charles F. [MGEN/USA] "A Strategy to Maximize Military Human Intelligence." American Intelligence Journal 14, no. 1 (Autumn-Winter 1993-1994): 9-13.
Seaquist, Larry. "Defense Intelligence in a Disorderly World." Defense Intelligence Journal 1, no. 1 (Spring 1992): 31-53.
Smith, David A. [COL/USAFR (Ret.)]. "Who Needs the Secretariats." U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 121.12 (Dec. 1995): 42-44.
The author argues the need for streamlining the management structure of the military departments. Eliminating the positions of service secretaries and their secretariats is offered as one alternative for reaching this goal. However, Smith notes that such a move is probably not politically feasible, suggesting instead the "full integration of the service secretaries and their secretariats with the military chiefs of staff and their staffs."
Wagner, Donald C. [COL/USAF (Ret.)] "An All-Source Collection Management Process." Defense Intelligence Journal 2, no. 1 (Spring 1993): 81-92.
"The current, single-discipline, stovepipe process makes it difficult if not impossible to determine how well all US intelligence activities fulfill the intelligence need.... The needs expressed by military commanders for more responsive intelligence to the several changing threat situations that exist in the current world environment dictate use of an all-source approach." The author gives a hypothetical "example of all-source interaction activities using seven complementary subdisciplines as they could be applied against a typical military intelligence problem."
Walls, William [CAPT/USN], and Lynwood Metts [MAJ/USAF]. "The Changing Role of Intelligence: Perspectives from the Pacific Theater." Defense Intelligence Journal 1, no. 1 (Spring 1992): 61-74.
Williams, James [LTGEN/USA (Ret.)] "Intelligence for the Future." Defense Intelligence Journal 2, no. 1 (Spring 1993): 3-13.
Merger of service intelligence commands into joint military intelligence command may be necessary given falling force levels.
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