Creating the army air forces' intelligence organization in World War II proved a complicated undertaking, requiring new skills and technologies to meet a host of demands. Fashioned and completed within four years, the novel enterprise helped shape the conduct and outcome of that conflict. Beginning the war with a handful of people pursuing information in Washington, air intelligence ended the war with thousands of men and women processing enormous amounts of data and analyzing millions of photographs for what would soon become America’s newest and most technically oriented armed service. You can download this documentation, for free.
Piercing The Fog - Early Intelligence Organization in the US Army Air Force
Author: John F. Kreis
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