Military Intelligence

Military intelligence includes information on other countries' military forces, plans, and operations gained through a variety of collection methods. RAND analyzes this intelligence to help civilian policymakers and military leaders understand political and military trends around the world, the sources of potential regional conflict, and emerging threats to the global security environment, and provides recommendations on how best to employ information-gathering techniques and technologies.

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    Two Analytical Aids for Use with the Rand Interviews

    A description of two analytical aids that have been developed for users of the RAND interviews with former Viet Cong.

    Jan 1, 1967

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    Case Studies of Actual and Alleged Overflights, 1930-1953

    The present Research Memorandum and its supplement report case studies of a large number of actual or alleged overflights which have occurred during the period 1930 to 1953.

    Aug 15, 1955

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    Diplomatic Aspects of Soviet Air-Defense Policy, 1950-1953

    The study examines in detail the ingenious diplomatic formula which the Soviets used to describe and justify their action against planes that threatened to intrude upon their air space.

    Oct 15, 1954

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    Intelligence Value of Soviet Notes on Air Incidents, 1950-1953

    The author attempts to determine individually the Russian intentions behind the air incidents and the degree of concern felt by USSR policymakers over the possible political consequences of their action.

    Oct 15, 1954

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    Soviet Reaction to Border Flights and Overflights in Peacetime

    The research memorandum examines the purposes behind Soviet military, diplomatic, and propaganda response to alleged and actual violations of its borders in different historical periods and in different strategic contexts.

    Oct 15, 1954

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    Project Feedback Summary Report: Volume I

    An analysis of the potential of an unconventional reconnaissance method whereby inaccessible points on the earth may be viewed by television from a satellite orbiting at 300-mi altitude. The current code name for this project is "Feed Back."

    Mar 1, 1954

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    Project Feedback Summary Report: Volume II

    This volume contains information on the specific design aspects of the Feed Back device.

    Mar 1, 1954

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    Soviet military intelligence: comments on the book, Handbook for spies, by Alex Foote.

    A review of the Handbook for Spies by Alexander Foote. The errors and distortions in the book are indicated....

    Jan 1, 1949

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    Brien Alkire

    Senior Researcher; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in electrical engineering, University of California, Los Angeles

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    Edmund J. Burke

    Senior International Defense Researcher
    Education B.A. in government, Georgetown University

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    Jason H. Campbell

    Policy Researcher
    Education M.A. in international affairs, Catholic University; B.A. in political science, Amherst College

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    Amado Cordova

    Senior Engineer
    Education Ph.D. in electrical engineering, Stanford University; M.S. in electrical engineering, Stanford University; Diplome d'ingenieur in electrical engineering, Ecole Superieure d'Electricite; B.S. in physics, Univ. Autonoma Metropolitana

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    Michael H. Decker

    Senior International/Defense Research Analyst
    Education M.S. in strategic intelligence, Nat'l Defense Intelligence College; M.A. in government/national security studies, Georgetown University

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    Joslyn Fleming

    Defense Policy Researcher
    Education M.A. in international affairs - africa regional concentration, The George Washington University; B.S. in political science, United States Naval Academy

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    Aaron Frank

    Senior Information Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in computational social science, George Mason University; M.A. in national security studies, Georgetown University; B.A. in political science, Boston University

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    Ryan Haberman

    Research Assistant
    Education BA in international studies, Texas A&M University; AA in Arabic Studies, Defense Language Institute

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    Myron Hura

    Senior Engineer
    Education Ph.D. in environmental science and engineering, University of California, Los Angeles; M.S. in engineering, University of California, Los Angeles; B.S., U.S. Naval Academy

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    Bradley Knopp

    Senior International / Defense Researcher
    Education BA in political science, Furman University; MA in political science, Georgetown University; Cert in national security studies, National War College

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    Eric Landree

    Associate Director, Cyber and Intelligence Policy Center, National Security Research Division; Senior Engineer; Affiliate Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in materials science and engineering, Northwestern University; B.S. in physics, Allegheny College

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    Sherrill Lingel

    Senior Engineer; Affiliate Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering, University of Washington; M.S. in aeronautics and astronautics, University of Washington; B.S. in aeronautical engineering, University of Virginia

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