SAS Pebble Island - The Falklands War 1982 by Jon Cooksey

By Jon Cooksey

SAS Pebble Island - The Falklands conflict 1982 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Pen & Sword (LEO COOPER)Серия: Elite Forces Operations SeriesАвтор(ы): Francis Mackay с Jon CookseyЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2007Количество страниц: 123ISBN: 1-84415-515-3Формат: pdfРазмер: 53.0 mbTells the tale of the SAS raid on Pebble Island throughout the Falklands warfare. In atrocious climate, forty eight males of twenty-two SAS Regiment have been landed through Sea King Helicopter at the Island. Their activity used to be to wreck the eleven enemy airplane positioned on the Airstrip at the Island and neutralize the Argentinean strength published there to protect it. fast eighty five

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Cyberdeterrence and Cyberwar by Martin C. Libicki

By Martin C. Libicki

Our on-line world, the place information—and as a result critical value—is kept and manipulated, is a tempting goal. An attacker can be a individual, crew, or nation and will disrupt or corrupt the platforms from which our on-line world is equipped. while states are concerned, it really is tempting to match fights to battle, yet there are very important modifications. the writer addresses those alterations and methods the us defend itself within the face of assault

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The Rebecca Code: Rommel's Spy in North Africa and Operation by Mark Simmons

By Mark Simmons

Researched utilizing formerly unstudied MI5 and MI6 records, this research reveals the half performed through count number Laszlo Almasy, the protagonist of the movie The English Patient

John Eppler concept himself to be the fitting secret agent. Born to German mom and dad, he grew up in Egypt, followed by way of a filthy rich kin and used to be knowledgeable in Europe. Fluent in German, English, and Arabic, he made the Hadj to Mecca yet used to be extra at domestic in excessive society or touring the wasteland on camelback together with his followed Bedouin tribe. After becoming a member of the German mystery carrier in 1937, in 1942 he was once despatched around the barren region to Cairo by way of box Marshal Rommel. His advisor was once the explorer and Hungarian aristocrat Laszlo Almasy, a guy made recognized by way of the e-book The English Patient. Eppler's challenge used to be to infiltrate British military Headquarters and become aware of the 8th Army's troop activities and conflict plans. This book reveals the tale of Operation Condor and its comedy of error and the way it was once foiled by way of significant A.W. "Sammy" Sansom of the British box safety carrier. it's a story of the barren region, of the hotbed of intrigue that was once Forties Cairo, and the secret agent who used to be to ship his studies utilizing a code according to Daphne du Maurier's novel Rebecca.

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The Secret State: A History of Intelligence and Espionage by John Hughes-Wilson Colonel

By John Hughes-Wilson Colonel

A ground-breaking heritage of intelligence―from its classical origins to the onset of the surveillance kingdom within the electronic age―that lifts the veil of secrecy from this clandestine world.

complete and authoritative, The mystery State skillfully examines the capability pitfalls of the normal intelligence cycle; the damaging uncertainties of spies and human intelligence; how the chilly battle grew to become an digital intelligence warfare; the technical revolution that started with using reconnaissance images in global conflict I and through the Cuban Missile difficulty; the legacy of Stalin's planned ignoring of significant intelligence; how indications intelligence gave the United States one in every of its maximum victories; how Wikileaks rather occurred; and even if Sep 11 might have been refrained from if America's post-Cold struggle intelligence organizations had tailored to the hot international of foreign terrorism.

Authoritative and analytical, Hughes-Wilson searches for not easy solutions and scrutinizes why an important intelligence is so usually missed, misunderstood, or spun by way of politicians and professional generals alike.

From yesterday's spies to tomorrow's cyber international, The mystery State is an interesting and thought-provoking background of this ever-changing and ever-important subject.
sixteen pages of B&W illustrations

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The A to Z of British Intelligence by Nigel West

By Nigel West

The A to Z of British Intelligence bargains perception into the historical past and operations of British Intelligence via its greater than 1,800 entries, masking an unlimited and sundry solid of characters: the spies and their handlers, the moles and defectors, the political leaders, the pinnacle brass, the options and jargon, and the numerous assorted workplaces and organisations. coated are also the organizations; major members and in demand personalities; operations, together with double agent and deception campaigns; and occasions, utilizing the main up to date declassified fabric, yet written in a method for the pro and basic reader alike. this article positive factors sixteen black-and-white images, an intensive chronology, and a finished bibliography.

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MI6 and the Machinery of Spying: Structure and Process in by Philip Davies

By Philip Davies

Philip H. J. Davies is one among increasingly more British educational students of intelligence, however the basically educational to strategy the topic when it comes to political technological know-how instead of heritage. He wrote his PhD on the college of interpreting at the subject 'Organisational improvement of Britain's mystery Intelligence carrier 1909-1979', and has released generally on intelligence and defence concerns. After finishing his PhD he taught for a yr and a part at the college of London exterior measure programme in Singapore earlier than returning to the united kingdom to lecture on the college of examining for 2 years. He was once previously affiliate Professor of foreign and safeguard stories on the college of Malaya in Malaysia the place he not just performed his examine yet supplied a number of education and consultancy companies to the Malaysian intelligence and international companies. he's now established at Brunel college, united kingdom

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Analytic Culture in the United States Intelligence by Ph.D. Rob Johnston

By Ph.D. Rob Johnston

Identifies and describes stipulations and variables that negatively impact intelligence research. Investigates analytic tradition, technique, mistakes, and failure in the Intelligence neighborhood. makes use of an utilized anthropological technique that comes with interviews, direct and player statement, and concentration teams. features a bibliography.

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