Military on the Internet
A collection of links to military-related sites.
National Military Intelligence Association
Includes index to past issues of the American Intelligence Journal.
Naval Intelligence Professionals
NIP Home Page.
National Security Archive
The National Security Archive collects and publishes declassified documents acquired through FOIA, and constitutes in digital and paper forms a veritable treasure trove for researchers dealing with the period of the Cold War. This above site represents only a sampling of the materials available, and the full Digital National Security Archive (see below) is expensive -- over a $1,000 annually for full access.
Digital National Security Archive: http://nsarchive.chadwyck.com/marketing/index.jsp
Titles and abstracts of archived documents are available free at this site, but text of the documents held in most of the collections require that a visitor subscribe to the service -- at a cost of over a $1,000 annually for full access. Reviewing the site for Choice, May 1999, Dolman commented that "[t]echnical support is poor for that price."
"Electronic Briefing Books" (Jeffrey Richelson)
"US Intelligence Community: Organization, Operations and Management: 1947-1989" (1990): http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/nsa/publications/ic/intelligence_com.html.
"US Espionage and Intelligence: Organization, Operations, and Management, 1947-1996" (1997): http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/nsa/publications/ie/index.html.
"US Satellite Imagery, 1960-1999" (1999): http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB13/index.html.
"The National Security Agency Declassified" (2000): http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB23/index.html.
Open Source Solutions, Inc.
Open Source Solutions is the creation of Robert David Steele who, according to the site, "has focused, since 1992, on nurturing a global community of interest on the topic of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and the role of OSINT in support of the all-source intelligence process."
Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Society
"The Office of Strategic Services Society celebrates the historical accomplishment of the OSS during World War II -- the first organized effort by this nation to implement a centralized system of strategic intelligence, spearheaded by the legendary General 'Wild Bill' Donovan -- and educates the public regarding the continuing importance of strategic intelligence to the preservation of freedom in this country and around the world." Includes OSS Society Newsletter.
Resource Listing for World War II
"Primary source material on the Web. Original documents regarding all aspects of the war." Best place to begin an electronic search for World War II-related materials. Materials available include:
a. The "Color Books": "French [Yellow] and British [Blue] collections of documents regarding the diplomatic prelude to WWII."
b. The Pearl Harbor attack hearings (and other material relating to Pearl Harbor).
c. Studies on the use of "Ultra"-supplied military intelligence.
The site also provides a link to the "World War Two Web Site Consortium."
Signal Home Page
Magazine published by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association (AFCEA). Offers selections from current issue, archives of selected articles from past issues, and a subject index.
This site honors U.S. reconnaissance aircrews killed in Cold War shootdowns.
Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals
Maintained by retired USAF Master Sergeant Leland Haynes, who served on the Blackbird from 1969 to 1974. Includes large number of photographs.
Terrorism Research Center
Includes original research material and other items on counterterrorism, as well as a substantial list of terrorism-related WWW sites.
This site is a private memorial to the lives lost in the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty. It is the creation of Jim Ennes and Joe Meadors, both of whom are survivors of the attack.
Web Sources for Military History
Maintained by Richard Jensen. Cohen, FA, Nov./Dec. 2001, calls this site "a handy directory ... that offers remarkably complete coverage."
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