AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes #24-20 dated 16 June 2020

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Section I - INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Section II - CONTEXT & PRECEDENCE

Section III - COMMENTARY

Section IV - Research Requests, Obituaries, Jobs

Research Requests

Obituaries

Jobs

Section V - Events

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Call for Papers: The University of Texas at Austin Announces the 2020 "Bobby R. Inman Award" for Student Scholarship on Intelligence


Austin, Texas – The Intelligence Studies Project of The University of Texas at Austin announces the sixth annual competition recognizing outstanding student research and writing on topics related to intelligence and national security.  The winner of the "Inman Award" will receive a cash prize of $5,000, with two semifinalists each receiving a cash prize of $2,500.  This competition is open to unpublished work by undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in degree programs at accredited U.S. higher education institutions during the 2019-20 academic year.  The deadline for submitting papers is June 30, 2020
 
The Intelligence Studies Project was established at The University of Texas at Austin in 2013 as a joint venture of the Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law and the Clements Center for National Security with the LBJ School of Public Affairs. The Project's mission is to improve understanding of intelligence activities and institutions through research, courses, and public events bringing intelligence practitioners together with scholars, students, and the public.
 
The Bobby R. Inman Award recognizes more than six decades of distinguished public service by Bobby R. Inman, Admiral, U.S. Navy (Ret.). Admiral Inman served in multiple leadership positions in the U.S. military, intelligence community, private industry, and at The University of Texas. His previous intelligence posts include Director of Naval Intelligence, Vice-Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Director of the National Security Agency, and Deputy Director of Central Intelligence. He continues to serve as a teacher, advisor, and mentor to students, faculty members, and current government officials while occupying the Lyndon B. Johnson Centennial Chair in National Policy at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.  His areas of teaching and research are focused on political, economic, and military activities, policy processes and institutions, international affairs and diplomacy, and intelligence and national security. 
 
Additional information about the Inman Award, including submission requirements and previous winners, is available at www.intelligencestudies.utexas.edu/inman-award

Guide to the Study of Intelligence and When Intelligence Made a Difference

"AFIO's Guide to the Study of Intelligence" has sold out in hard-copy.
However, it is available in digital form in its entirety on the AFIO website here.

Also available on the website here are the individual articles of AFIO's history project "When Intelligence Made a Difference" that have been published to date in The Intelligencer journal. More articles will be forthcoming in future editions.


Series of Cryptologic Museum Webinars on Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Virtual Classroom
ONLINE CYBERSECURITY CHATS by the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation

The Cyber Center for Education and Innovation (CCEI) have been conducting a series of Cybersecurity Chats as part of their special CCEI Cybersecurity Series. These online chats for K-12 students [but older ages would benefit, too], are presented by cybersecurity professionals and experts. General information on the series is here.

There are many online chats that follow and they may be found here.

If you wish to share your own cybersecurity/cryptology expertise, review the instructions here


AFIO Gift items for colleagues or self.

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Special Items for our members:

Sign up for Raytheon's Virtual Hiring Event
Tuesday, 23 June 2020 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EDT
and also 4 - 6 p.m. EDT

Raytheon is looking for professionals to work in Washington DC area with previous experience in the Intelligence Community to work on a long term, Raytheon primed program in these areas of interest:
• Information Review and Release Analysis
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Executive Director Sought for Washington, DC "Teaching Site"
The Bush School of Government and Public Service of Texas A&M University

The Bush School of Government and Public Service of Texas A&M University invites applications for the full-time position of an Executive Director for its new Washington, D.C. teaching site where courses will be offered toward professional master's degrees in the fields of international affairs, and national security and intelligence. The executive director will lead the standup and subsequent operations of a fully-implemented Texas A&M teaching site, including managing the accreditation and licensing processes. The executive director will be responsible for all business and administrative operations, oversee academic operations and curriculum, and supervise faculty and staff at the site.
The position requires a candidate to have had at least ten years of management experience in the fields of government, higher education or equivalent areas. Candidates with a master's degree, J.D. or Ph. D. are preferred. The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the Washington policy world and demonstrated management skills in a policy and/or academic environment. Additionally, the successful candidate will have a vision of how to develop and grow professional master's degree programs in international affairs and national security geared toward government professionals and those aspiring to be government professionals. Teaching experience in an appropriate academic field is encouraged but not required. The Executive Director will report to the Dean of the Bush School.
Salary will be commensurate with experience and nature of the responsibilities of the position. The start date for this position will be as soon as available.
Applications should include a resume, letter of interest, and complete contact information for three references uploaded here.
Point of Contact: Ms. Rane Cunningham at bushschoolgbs-search@tamu.edu
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.


"Operation Overlord: OSS and the Battle for France" - Now available online

Saturday, 6 June 2020, marked the 76th anniversary of D-Day when more than 150,000 American and Allied soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy to save the world from tyranny. The OSS Society produced an award-winning short documentary about D-Day: "Operation Overlord: OSS and the Battle for France" which tells the story of Allied special forces whose daring exploits changed the course of World War II. The film includes an introduction by The Honorable Leon Panetta. It was written and directed by Carl Colby, an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose father, William Colby, jumped into Nazi-occupied France as an OSS Jedburgh. The film's executive producer is Charles Pinck, The OSS Society's president.
Watch full documentary here. Runs ~15 minutes.


Stealing US Secrets In Universities for China

Fifty-four scientists have lost their jobs as a result of NIH probe into foreign ties.

Some 54 scientists have resigned or been fired as a result of an ongoing investigation by the National Institutes of Health into the failure of NIH grantees to disclose financial ties to foreign governments. In 93% of those cases, the hidden funding came from a Chinese institution. The new numbers come from Michael Lauer, NIH's head of extramural research. Lauer had previously provided some information on the scope of NIH's investigation, which had targeted 189 scientists at 87 institutions. But his presentation today to a senior advisory panel offered by far the most detailed breakout of an effort NIH launched in August 2018 that has roiled the U.S. biomedical community, and resulted in criminal charges against some prominent researchers, including Charles Lieber, chair of Harvard University's department of chemistry and chemical biology. [Article continues here....Mervis in AAAS Science, 12 June 2020 with thanks to ANDMagazine.com for ref.]


Jack Devine, Former CIA DDO, has released this 12 June 2020 list of special intelligence/national security topics from the Arkin Group in their "Other News" email to their private clients:

Here is a roundup of some significant global developments you may have missed this week:

  • Demonstrators have taken to the streets in Europe and around the world, inspired by the Black Lives Matter protests in the United States.
  • Brazil's democracy is under threat as President Jair Bolsonaro seemingly embraces the possibility of a military takeover.
  • The U.S. and Russia will return to talks later this month on extending the New Start nuclear disarmament treaty beyond its scheduled expiration in February, but suggestions that China might also participate have been rebuffed.
  • North Korea has cut off all lines of communication with South Korea and pledged to treat it as an "enemy" over allegations that defectors in South Korea have been distributing anti-North Korean regime leaflets in the North.

Read the full commentary they have on the above news stories, and learn more about The Arkin Group's unique services here.



One of the special benefits of membership in AFIO: access to CIA's inhouse gift shop — the EAA Store.

It requires a quick preapproval process described here to all newly joined and current AFIO members. And then allows you to purchase online their unusual logo'd gift items for self or colleagues. Here is the latest photo EAA released on June 12 featuring some of their newest items:


Newly Released, Overlooked, or Forthcoming Books

In the Dark of War: A CIA Officer's Inside Account of the U.S. Evacuation from Libya
by Sarah M. Carlson
(Fidelis Books, June 2020)

"Sarah Carlson has a compelling story to tell. In the Dark of War offers unusual insight into the dramatic evacuation of the U.S. Embassy in Libya in 2014. And, in doing so, she also provides a deeply personal account of her traumatic experience as an intelligence analyst supporting that breakneck withdrawal. Read this book." — David Priess, former CIA officer and author, The President's Book of Secrets

"From the eyes of a former CIA officer stationed in Libya after the horrific 2012 events in Benghazi, ... you will see the nasty and dangerous world of terror, along with the never-ending challenges of protecting American diplomats overseas." — Fred Burton, VP, Stratfor; former State Department special agent, author

"[This is]...Carlson's first-person, boots-on-the-ground story of the chaos in Tripoli after the fall of Libya. To experience the complex inner workings of an Embassy in crisis, its heroic and dedicated state department officers, is riveting. Under the constant threat of attack, the book is the story of American patriots at their best. It is a story of dedication, sacrifice, and what life is like on the front lines of a nation falling into the abyss of a failed state." — Ken Nolan, screenwriter of Black Hawk Down

"Simply riveting. Sarah Carlson is nothing short of a hero. This beautifully written book reads like an engrossing novel, yet is stunningly true. Little is known of the struggles that those left in Libya faced after the attacks in Benghazi, and Ms. Carlson's bravery played an instrumental role in saving lives. ...will inspire many more." — Tracy Walder, author of The Unexpected

A CIA officer's inside account of how Libya's descent into rampant violence precipitated the harrowing overland evacuation of the entire U.S. Mission from Tripoli after being trapped in the city for weeks. Most of the world is aware of the tragic events surrounding the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. Most are also aware of the resulting political controversy in Washington. But few know what happened next in Libya. While said controversy in Washington subsided, the volatility in Libya escalated—threatening the brave men and women who remained behind to continue the U.S. mission.

Carlson served as a Targeting Analyst at the CIA's Counterterrorism Center, specializing in threats and attack plans directed against the U.S. and Europe. She completed multiple rotations with the DO. Prior to that, she served as a Counterterrorism Analyst at the DIA in the Homeland Defense Division and Iraq Branch in the Middle East. She also completed rotations to the National Counterterrorism Center and U.S. Northern Command while with the DIA. Her counterterrorism career focused on groups operating in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. She learned Arabic and traveled extensively through North Africa and the Middle East.

Book may be ordered here.


The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler's Ghettos
by Judy Batalion
(William Morrow, June 2020)

Portrait of young Jewish women who fought in the Polish resistance during WWII. Drawing from "dozens of women's memoirs" and "hundreds of testimonies," Batalion documents an astonishing array of guerilla activities, including rescue missions for Jewish children trapped in Polish ghettos, assassinations of Nazi soldiers, bombings of German train lines, jailbreaks, weapons smuggling, and espionage missions. Provides a detailed account of the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. She spares no details recounting the sexual violence and torture these women endured, and notes numerous reasons why their stories aren't better known, including male chauvinism, survivor's guilt, and the fact that the resistance movement's military successes were "relatively miniscule." —Publishers Weekly

Book may be ordered here.




Section I - INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS

US Intelligence Bill Takes Aim at Commercial Spyware Makers. A newly released draft intelligence bill, passed by the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, would require the government to detail the threats posed by commercial spyware and surveillance technology.

The annual intelligence authorization bill, published Thursday, would take aim at private sector spyware makers, like NSO Group and Hacking Team, who build spyware and hacking tools designed to surreptitiously break into a victim's devices for conducting surveillance. Both NSO Group and Hacking Team say they only sell their hacking tools to governments, but critics say that its customers have included despotic and authoritarian regimes like Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

If passed, the bill would instruct the Director of National Intelligence to submit a report to both House and Senate intelligence committees within six months on the "threats posed by the use by foreign governments and entities of commercially available cyber intrusion and other surveillance technology" against U.S. citizens, residents and federal employees. [Read more: Whittaker/TechCrunch/11June2020]

Former DEA Official Pleads Guilty to Elaborate $4 Million Fraud Scheme. A former Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) public affairs officer pleaded guilty this week to defrauding at least a dozen companies of over $4.4 million by posing falsely as a covert officer of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department's Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney G. Zachary Terwilliger for the Eastern District of Virginia, and Special Agent in Charge James A. Dawson of the FBI's Washington Field Office Criminal Division made the announcement

Garrison Kenneth Courtney, 44, of Tampa, Florida, pleaded guilty before Senior U.S. District Judge Liam O'Grady. Sentencing has been scheduled for Oct. 23, 2020.

According to court documents, Courtney falsely claimed to be a covert officer of the CIA involved in a highly-classified program or "task force" involving various components of the United States Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense. [Read more: AllOnGeorgia/14June2020]

Marran Confirmed to Second Term as Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service Director. Upon the proposal of Minister of Defense Jüri Luik (Isamaa) and the Security Authorities Surveillance Select Committee of the Riigikogu, the Estonian government on Thursday approved Mikk Marran for a second five-year term as director general of the Foreign Intelligence Service.

According to Luik, Marran has done a good job thus far during his first five-year term, and shown himself to be both highly professional and a good leader. Members of the Security Committee of the Government of the Republic are also very familiar with his work.

Luik added that he was very glad that Marran agreed to serve a second term, as intelligence is a very sensitive field, and its objectives are long-term. [Read more: ERR/11June2020]

Panel Advances Changes to Clearance, Other Policies. The Senate Intelligence Committee has approved S-3905, an intelligence agencies reauthorization bill containing changes to security clearance and other personnel policies for those agencies.

Full details are forthcoming, but the measure would create policies spanning the intelligence community requiring the publication of guidelines for granting, denying, or revoking a security clearance and preventing the revocation or denial of a clearance for reasons of discrimination, political beliefs, or retaliation.

It also creates a government-wide appeals process, chaired by the Director of National Intelligence, for individuals to appeal denials of requests to overturn a decision made at the agency-level to deny or revoke a clearance or crossover request. [Read more: Fedweek/9June2020]

Canada Spy Agency Warned of 'Shock Waves' From Arrest of Huawei Founder's Daughter. Canada's intelligence agency warned that arresting the daughter of billionaire Huawei founder Ren Zheng would set off global "shock waves" and seriously affect ties with China, just before her detention in Vancouver on a U.S. extradition request, new court documents show.

Released on Friday, the documents show the involvement of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in the December 2018 arrest of Meng Wanzhou, which soured diplomatic ties between Ottawa and Beijing.

Meng is chief financial officer of China tech giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the company at the center of next generation 5G wireless technology and a long-running dispute the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump. [Read more: Reuters/12June2020]


Section II - CONTEXT & PRECEDENCE

Interview: Intelligence Community Calls on Academia and Industry to Help with New Technologies for Pandemic. The intelligence community is looking for what it calls tools and technologies for rapid capabilities against the pandemic. And it's calling on industry and academia for proposals. Promising ones will get seedling awards to develop them further. Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the deputy director of research at the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, Dr. Catherine Cotell, for details. [Read more: Temin/FederalNewsNetwork/15June2020]

Another Septuagenarian Spy! Russia Opens Its Latest Treason Case Against an Elderly Scientist. Russia has opened another treason investigation, once again charging an elderly scientist. In St. Petersburg, federal agents say 78-year-old Arctic specialist Valery Mitko sold classified information about Russian submarines to Chinese intelligence. Mitko says he merely gave a lecture at a local university. Meduza examines the case against Mitko, who now faces up to 20 years in prison. [Read more: Meduza/15June2020]

Glorifying Sex and CIA in Vietnam War-Era Bangkok. When the US Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) most macabre paramilitary officer Tony "Poe" Poshepny demanded and received the hacked-off ears and heads of communists in Laos during the Vietnam War, no one likely predicted he would become an exhibit in a museum in Bangkok's red-light zone.

The new Patpong Museum, on Patpong Road, also describes why US intelligence and military officers, airlines, IBM, and others rented buildings alongside sleazy bars packed with prostitutes, especially during the Vietnam War which ended in 1975.

"In 1957, we have the American Chamber of Commerce here. We have the US Information Service Library here. We have Shell Oil here. Pan Am, TWA," the museum's founder and curator Michael Messner said in an interview. [Read more: Erlich/AsiaTimes/14June2020]

'Spy City: The History of Espionage in New York City' Interactive. From the Revolutionary War to the present day, covert ops have flourished in the five boroughs of New York City - after all, its myriad of parks, miles of subway, and millions of residents have long created the perfect environment for espionage activity. This is the story of Spy City, your mission begins now.

Join our special guest as we explore the history of espionage in New York City over four centuries of covert activity, from government spies to top-secret programs.

Led by writer, historian, and New York City tour guide Lucie Levine, our covert virtual experience will include: [Read more: Patch/17June2020]

Eyes In The Sky: 15 Secretive Spy Planes That Changed The Course Of War. When you think about military aircraft, you probably think about fighter jets, or big bombers made to decimate enemy forces. But, none of those aircraft can do their job without reconnaissance paving the way for a solid operations plan.

Known colloquially as a spy plane, reconnaissance aircraft are built to fly into or around enemy territory, gathering intelligence about enemy movements, troops, and equipment in order to get a bigger picture of their plans and goals. The first of these spy planes were crude, with simple cameras mounted to front-line combat aircraft and troop transports, but as with any military technology, advancements come at a break-neck pace.

Between the end of WWII and the early '60s, these spy planes went from simple piston-engine aircraft to futuristic speed demons like the SR-71 Blackbird. But, with advancing satellite imagery, spy planes once again had to adapt to survive.

In their modern form, spy planes are all about snooping into electronic transmissions, hijacking radio waves and signals to listen in to enemy communications. So read on, to see 15 of the most effective spy planes and the roles they followed: [Read more: Young/HotCars/14June2020]


Section III - COMMENTARY

On Intelligence, Forecasting, and Risk. On April 1, The Nation magazine published an article with the breathless headline "Exclusive: The Military Knew Years Ago That a Coronavirus Was Coming." The article went on to highlight some remarkably prescient details from a draft US Northern Command plan for Pandemic Influenza and Infectious Disease Response drafted in January of 2017. It discussed the potential for a flu-like pandemic and shortages of things like ventilators and masks. While the magazine might be forgiven for the attention-grabbing headline - it certainly wasn't the only one - it does raise some important questions about what it means to "know" something in the intelligence business, what it means to forecast, and what is done to manage risk.

The best way I have seen to think about risk is as an equation an Army general taught me:

Risk = probability of something bad happening × the consequences/ability to manage the consequences

So if something very bad is likely to happen and your ability to deal with it is very low, your risk is high and vice versa. To lower your risk, you invest in the capabilities to deal with bad things. Most of us do this to some degree in our everyday lives. [Read more: Levinston/Inkstick/11June2020]

Spy Cases Map Contours of Kremlin Geopolitics. Suddenly, spies are in the news again. Former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan has been convicted of receiving classified information. A Russian scientist has been accused of passing secrets to China. A Russian diplomat in Prague was, for a while, wrongly identified as an assassin. Taken together, these cases tell us something about Russia's place in the world and, more to the point, its mindset. [Read more: Galeotti/MoscowTimes/16June2020]


Section IV - Research Requests, Obituaries, Jobs

Research Requests

Call for Papers by the University of Texas at Austin for the 2020 "Bobby R. Inman Award" for Student Scholarship on Intelligence

Austin, Texas – The Intelligence Studies Project of The University of Texas at Austin announces the sixth annual competition recognizing outstanding student research and writing on topics related to intelligence and national security.  The winner of the "Inman Award" will receive a cash prize of $5,000, with two semifinalists each receiving a cash prize of $2,500.  This competition is open to unpublished work by undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in degree programs at accredited U.S. higher education institutions during the 2019-20 academic year.  The deadline for submitting papers is June 30, 2020. 
 
The Intelligence Studies Project was established at The University of Texas at Austin in 2013 as a joint venture of the Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law and the Clements Center for National Security with the LBJ School of Public Affairs. The Project's mission is to improve understanding of intelligence activities and institutions through research, courses, and public events bringing intelligence practitioners together with scholars, students, and the public.
 
The Bobby R. Inman Award recognizes more than six decades of distinguished public service by Bobby R. Inman, Admiral, U.S. Navy (Ret.).  Admiral Inman served in multiple leadership positions in the U.S. military, intelligence community, private industry, and at The University of Texas.  His previous intelligence posts include Director of Naval Intelligence, Vice-Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Director of the National Security Agency, and Deputy Director of Central Intelligence.  He continues to serve as a teacher, advisor, and mentor to students, faculty members, and current government officials while occupying the Lyndon B. Johnson Centennial Chair in National Policy at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.  His areas of teaching and research are focused on political, economic, and military activities, policy processes and institutions, international affairs and diplomacy, and intelligence and national security. 
 
Additional information about the Inman Award, including submission requirements and previous winners, is available at www.intelligencestudies.utexas.edu/inman-award

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If you are an Intelligence Analyst, ONET would like to call upon you to learn more about this work and provide necessary updates to the ONET resource. The aggregate results of this research are used to update information about this work at the O*NET Database for the millions of people who access it for career exploration and job analysis.

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Obituaries

Mike Callahan, NSA Electronic Engineer
Richard Michael Callahan Jr, 83, NSA Electronic Engineer, died 5 June 2020 in Annapolis, MD. Born in Richmond, VA, he grew up in Fredericksburg, VA where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in electronic engineering from the University of Virginia and a Master's Degree in the same field from Santa Clara University in California. Always a student, Mike continued his studies at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University.
He was an electronic engineer who worked for the government and in the private sector for thirty-five years before retiring in 1995. His employment included time with Lockheed Missiles and Space Co., Honeywell Inc., the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Department of Defense, where he spent 24 years. He also was a member of the Phoenix Society
Mike enjoyed white-water canoeing and hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains. In 1991 he completed the 2100 mile Appalachian Trail and was intent on hiking cross-country trails to meet up with the Pacific Crest Trail. He made it as far as Lake Superior in northern Michigan. Mike was also an avid reader who planned his reading lists systematically as only an engineer can do.
He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Dorothy K. Callahan; two sons and two daughters, and other family.

Sharon Hill, CIA SIS DO Officer
Sharon Irene Hill, 79, CIA Operations Officer, died 18 May 2020. She was born in Parkersburg, WV, graduated from Parkersburg High School in 1957, and worked her way through Marietta College finishing as an English Major. She then joined the Central Intelligence Agency where she started as an Administrative Assistant for the Directorate of Operations. She worked there for 34 years and retired in 1995. Sharon was in a select group of female executives at the agency to attain the rank of Senior Intelligence Service (SIS) officer.
Throughout her career, Sharon had many interesting assignments in Europe and Asia, spending two years in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. When stateside, she lived in Reston, VA.
When she retired, she and a small group of friends moved to Sierra Vista, AZ where she lived for 22 years. She enjoyed the Washington Redskins, running, and competed in the L'Eggs mini-marathon in New York. An avid golfer, she spent time with the women's golf association at Pueblo del Sol golf course. In her home, there were always two or three chocolate-colored poodles. She was a wonderful cook and enjoyed gardening, and always found ways to contribute to the community, volunteering at an English literacy program and Habitat for Humanity.
She is survived by her sister Susie Graham, and by other family.

Jim Kyle, USAF Special Operations Leader
James H. Kyle, Colonel, USAF (Ret), 87, Special Operations Leader, died 4 May 2020 in Honolulu, HI.
Professionally, Jim (also known as "Kimo" among his buddies) will be remembered for his leadership and ingenuity in the development and tactics incorporating infrared lighting and night vision devices in support of Special Operations Forces. He was awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal and selected to the Special Operation Command Hall of Honor for his exemplary performance as commander of the Air Force units engaged in the 1980 Iran Hostage Rescue mission.
Born in Kansas City, KS, Jim spent his formative years in Manhattan, KS. He graduated from high school in Manhattan in 1950, and graduated from Kansas State University in 1954 and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the US Air Force through the AFROTC program. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity and enjoyed a lifelong fellowship of a brotherhood of men with mutual interests. A decorated Vietnam War combat veteran, Jim's flying career took him to a myriad of worldwide assignments.
In 1980, he was called to the Pentagon to join a secret task force developing plans to rescue 53 Americans held hostage in the U.S. Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He led a flight of elite Air Force Commandos transporting Special Forces into Iran for the rescue attempt. Although the mission was forced to terminate, it was nonetheless a valiant one.
His bravery was described in a 1990 book: The Guts to Try: The Untold Story of the Iran Hostage Rescue Mission by the On-scene Desert Commander. He (and a co-author) described the disastrous April 1980 attempt to rescue the American hostages in Tehran and describes the mission from the earliest planning at the Pentagon through the subsequent rehearsals to the operation in Iran. Criticizing analyses by other participants, he offers his own diagnosis of five factors that contributed to the mission's failure: the weather forecast, poor communications equipment, pilot decision error, restrictions on tactics, and a poor flight plan.
He culminated his career as the Director of Special Operations, Pacific Air Forces Headquarters. He retired as a Colonel in 1984 after a distinguished 30-year career.
Following retirement, Jim spent 10 years lecturing to Special Operations students about the lessons learned during the Iran rescue attempt.
He is survived by a stepdaughter and other family. Services with military honors is pending.Services with military honors is pending.

Judge William Sessions, former FBI Director
William S. Sessions, 90, former FBI head, died 12 June 2020 in San Antonio, TX.
Sessions was a career Justice Department attorney and federal judge until Reagan appointed him FBI director in 1987. He modernized the bureau's technology, overhauled the FBI's fingerprint files, reassigned 325 counterintelligence agents after the end of the Cold War and focused the bureau's efforts on violent crime.
His most enduring legacy may have been his commitment to affirmative action at a bureau that historically was dominated by white men. Sessions refused to fight a federal judge's ruling that favored Hispanic agents, settled a civil rights lawsuit brought by a Black agent who claimed he was harassed by white agents, and settled a threatened suit by other Black agents. All of which placed him at odds with most FBI traditionalists. Clinton eventually fired him in 1993, saying Sessions could "no longer effectively lead the bureau." He was accused of being a weak administrator who gave his wife, Alice, too much influence on bureau affairs.
Alice Sessions spoke out publicly in support of her husband, leading many of his backers to plead with her to stop naming longtime FBI officials she believed were plotting against her husband.
Sessions resisted Clinton's pressure to resign until the president finally fired him. Sessions said he refused to step down because he wanted to ensure the bureau remained unpoliticized. An example of politicization, he said, is that the dissatisfaction of 10 employees can be translated into ″so-called ethical problems.″
Alice Sessions said some agents fed misinformation to the Justice Department's Office of Professional Responsibility, which issued a report that undercut her husband's position. The report accused him of using government vehicles for personal trips, avoiding taxes on chauffeured travel, having a taxpayer-funded fence improperly built at his home and using his position to receive a ″sweetheart″ deal on his home mortgage.
He denied any misdeeds. FBI morale plummeted, however, and he became increasingly isolated from bureau employees.
Survivors include a daughter, three sons, and other family.
Extensive obituaries may be found here: NYTimes and WPost.


Jobs

Sign up for Raytheon's Virtual Hiring Event
Tuesday, 23 June 2020 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EDT and also 4 - 6 p.m. EDT

Raytheon is looking for professionals to work in Washington DC area with previous experience in the Intelligence Community to work on a long term, Raytheon primed program in these areas of interest:
• Information Review and Release Analysis
• Case Manager for FOIA, Appeal or Privacy
• Litigation Case Management
• Quality Assurance
• Customer Management Support
• Administration Technician
• Review of Manuscripts and Resumes
• And more!
Full details here.

Why should you attend?
• Break through conventional barriers and immediately engage with an employer!
• Gain access to a live person on our team.
• Get tailored, quick answers to your specific questions.
• Discover if this is the job and company for you.
• Take charge of your career and put yourself in the driver's seat!
Full details here.

Executive Director for The Bush School of Government and Public Service of Texas A&M University at their new "Teaching Site" in Washington, DC

The Bush School of Government and Public Service of Texas A&M University invites applications for the full-time position of an Executive Director for its new Washington, D.C. teaching site where courses will be offered toward professional master's degrees in the fields of international affairs, and national security and intelligence. The executive director will lead the standup and subsequent operations of a fully-implemented Texas A&M teaching site, including managing the accreditation and licensing processes. The executive director will be responsible for all business and administrative operations, oversee academic operations and curriculum, and supervise faculty and staff at the site.
The position requires a candidate to have had at least ten years of management experience in the fields of government, higher education or equivalent areas. Candidates with a master's degree, J.D. or Ph. D. are preferred. The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the Washington policy world and demonstrated management skills in a policy and/or academic environment. Additionally, the successful candidate will have a vision of how to develop and grow professional master's degree programs in international affairs and national security geared toward government professionals and those aspiring to be government professionals. Teaching experience in an appropriate academic field is encouraged but not required. The Executive Director will report to the Dean of the Bush School.
Salary will be commensurate with experience and nature of the responsibilities of the position. The start date for this position will be as soon as available.
Applications should include a resume, letter of interest, and complete contact information for three references uploaded here.
Point of Contact: Ms. Rane Cunningham at bushschoolgbs-search@tamu.edu
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Texas A&M University is committed to enriching the learning and working environment for all visitors, students, faculty, and staff by promoting a culture that embraces inclusion, diversity, equity, and accountability. Diverse perspectives, talents, and identities are vital to accomplishing our mission and living our core values.
The Texas A&M System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

IT Acquisitions Subject Matter Expert for Intelligence Community Client; Other Openings in Reston and Bolling AFB

E3/Sentinel has a funded opening for an IT Acquisitions Subject Matter Expert with specific experience in IT architecture requirements to support an IC customer. Candidate will assist in developing innovative business strategies and procurement policy/processes. Only candidates with TS/SCI clearances will be considered. Contact Rosanna Minchew rminchew@e3sentinel.com for more details.

E3/Sentinel has multiple openings for Contracts Specialists, Acquisition Analysts, Cost/Pricing Analysts and Contracts Closeout Specialists. Positions in Reston and at Bolling AFB. TS/SCI required to be considered for interview. Polygraph preferred.  Contact Rosanna Minchew rminchew@e3sentinel.com for more details.

Adjunct instructors at the University of Texas at El Paso (US)
The National Security Studies Institute at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) (see their website here) is seeking adjunct instructors to teach online graduate-level courses:
Legal Issues in Intelligence and National Security
Propaganda and Influence Operations
Intelligence and Counterterrorism
Political Economy of Terrorism
Risk Analysis
Emergency Management
Public Health and Homeland Security
A PhD in public policy, security studies, political science, or a related field is required.
Interested and eligible applicants should contact Stephen Coulthart (sjcoulthart@utep.edu).

Two Positions at James Madison University for Assistant or Associate Professor - Intelligence Analysis

James Madison University (JMU) located in Harrisonburg, VA, seeks applicants for two faculty positions in its Bachelor's Degree Program in Intelligence Analysis (IA). The appointments will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level and will reside within the larger School of Integrated Sciences. The IA program offers a multidisciplinary undergraduate degree with an emphasis on methodology and technology to prepare students to become analysts, with a specialization in intelligence analysis. Its graduates have been successful in securing positions as analysts in both the public and private sectors, to include the Intelligence Community, military and law enforcement organizations, defense contractors, and major consulting firms. The program emphasizes methodology and synthesizes critical and creative thinking methods with technological tools for data collection, visualization, and analysis with situational knowledge of a problem's political, economic, social, and technological context with strong communicative and professional skills to support decision-making.
Ideal candidates will be comfortable in an interdisciplinary, diverse setting and possess the potential for becoming an excellent teacher to future analysts in one or more intelligence domains including national security, military, homeland security, law enforcement, private sector security, cyber security, and geospatial. They optimally have a background in either mixed-methods, qualitative, or quantitative research and analysis methods. We especially encourage applications from candidates that can leverage the use of systems thinking, employ data science in analysis, support the development of writing skills, or teach ethics specifically for future analysts. The typical teaching load in the school is 3 courses per semester.
We welcome applicants from all academic disciplines—to include the humanities, social sciences, and sciences—that provide a knowledge foundation for doing analysis. Prospective candidates should review our curriculum online to identify areas that match their expertise and to locate potential areas that they could help the program to develop. The program values teaching excellence as well as one-on-one professional mentoring and seeks candidates who can demonstrate potential for both. In addition, the position requires the potential for an active program of scholarly activity. The position requires either a Ph.D. in a relevant academic field by the date of hire (for a tenure-track appointment) OR Master's Degree with substantial experience in the field (for appointment on a Renewable Term Contract).

More information or applications may be found here.

Do not let Social Distancing slow your career. New Positions Available with Thomson Reuters

Many other jobs available with Thomson-Reuter. Email Brian Lemley for a list with descriptions and links.

FireEye Has Many Intelligence Positions Available For You - Worldwide - Contract, Full-time, Part-time, Interns

Explore the many career and contractor intelligence jobs available here. Jobs openings in Cyber Security include - Advisory, Architecture, Digital Forensics & Incident Response, Penetration Testing, Threat Research. They positions are needed here: New York, Chicago, Manila, Reston, Dallas, Atlanta, Suitland, Singapore, Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Doha, Stockholm, London, Milpitas, multiple cities in Australia, Washington, Indianapolis, Tampa, Santiago, Alexandria, Seattle, Carlsbad, Houston, San Francisco, Arlington, Dubai, Amsterdam, Ft Belvoir, Minneapolis, Mexico City, San Diego, Boston, El Segundo, Philadelphia, San Antonio, Chiyoda, Ft Huachuca, Ft Gordon, Ft Meade, Ft Shafter, Kuwait City, Seoul, Sttutgart, Salt Lake City, Austin, Dublin, Bangalore, Cork, Colorado Springs... Explore the many career and contractor intelligence jobs available here.


Section V - Events

AFIO EDUCATIONAL EVENTS IN COMING TWO MONTHS....


Thursday, 25 June 2020, noon-1:15 PST - virtual - AFIO Los Angeles Dr Patrick Roberts, Rand Corp, on "How Should AI Be Governed?"

The Los Angeles Chapter has an interesting topic that will be of great concern as the chapter moves forward in the future, presented by Dr. Patrick Roberts a political scientist at the RAND Corporation. "How Should Artificial Intelligence Be Governed?"
Dr. Patrick S. Roberts is a political scientist at the RAND Corporation, with a focus on homeland security, disasters, nuclear nonproliferation, and the policy process. Roberts is the author of Disasters and the American State: How Politicians, Bureaucrats, and the Public Prepare for the Unexpected (Cambridge, 2013). He has published in a variety of scholarly and popular journals, including an essay proposing to use AI for Peace and another op-ed on the Catholic Church's interventions in AI ethics.
TO PARTICIPATE: You still need to RSVP your attendance to AFIO_LA@yahoo.com and I will then forward you passcodes and additional information as to the platform that we will use as we approach the meeting date. Look forward to your attendance!
Questions: Vincent Autiero, President, AFIO-Los Angeles Chapter, 5651 W Manchester Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90045; afio_la@yahoo.com.

RESCHEDULED from Spring: Friday, 23 October 2020, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Tysons, VA - AFIO National Fall Luncheon features Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, and Author, former Post reporter Stephen Vogel

HOLD THE DATE: The morning speaker will be David Ignatius, author of the upcoming intelligence novel, The Paladin: A Spy Novel [WW Norton, May 2020]. Ignatius is a Washington Post columnist and has been covering the Middle East and CIA for nearly three decades.
Of Ignatius' forthcoming novel, reviewers wrote: "For me nothing is more intriguing than life inside our intelligence agencies. David Ignatius uses his decades' worth of reporting experience to take us there in this fast-moving, jaw-dropping drama that reads like it was ripped from the headlines. I recommend you grab a copy and hold on tight for the entire thrilling ride." — Brian Kilmeade, Fox News.
"David Ignatius once again takes readers behind the scenes of America's most secretive bureaucracy, revealing in fiction what could never be declassified in fact. The Paladin is yet another stirring read from one of America's most revered reporters and gifted storytellers." — Joe Scarborough, MSNBC
The afternoon program features Stephen Vogel, author of Betrayal in Berlin: The True Story of the Cold War's Most Audacious Espionage Operation [Custom House, Sept 2019]. Vogel is a former Washington Post reporter who covered the federal government. He was based overseas from 1989 through 1994 where he covered the fall of the Berlin Wall and the first Gulf War, and subsequently reported on military operations in Somalia, Rwanda, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Of Betrayal in Berlin, Former CIA Officer Sandy Grimes wrote: "The best spy book I have ever read...Steve Vogel is a talented and gifted writer who brings the personalities and idiosyncrasies of every participant in this operation to life. His research is vast, varied, and full of detail. It is truly one of those rare books you can't put down."
Registration will open in late September.

Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton, 1960 Chain Bridge Rd, Tysons Corner, VA 22182 Phone: (703) 893-2100. Directions at this link.

Other Upcoming Events from Advertisers, Corporate Sponsors, and Others

Upcoming virtual (and a few live, post-quarantine) events at the International Spy Museum. Click event to explore and register for event. All virtual events require pre-registration.
Access all upcoming Spy Museum events directly from their website: https://www.spymuseum.org/calendar/upcoming/1/

Wednesday, 17 June 2020, 5:30 - 6:30 EDT - Virtual Spy Trivia
Thursday, 18 June 2020, noon - 1 p.m. EDT - Virtual Spy Chat with Chris Costa
Wednesday, 24 June 2020, 5-6 pm EDT - The Magic of Spying with Peter Wood
Wednesday, 24 June 2020, 5:30 pm EDT - Virtual Spy Trivia
Thursday, 25 June 2020, noon EDT - Curator's Corner: The Spy Writers You Love to Read

27 July 2020, Spy Camp 2020: Session 1, 9 am - 3 pm
3 August 2020, Spy Camp 2020: Session 2, 9 am - 3 pm
7 November 2020, 14th Annual Parade of Trabants, 10 am - 4 pm
14 November 2020, Operation Secret Sleepover, 7 pm - 9:30 am

Thursday, 18 June 2020, 6 pm EDT/3pm PDT/noon HST - virtual - Naval Intelligence Professionals Hear RADM Mike Studeman

The NIP June Virtual Speaker Series features GUEST SPEAKER: Rear Admiral Mike Studeman, Director for Intelligence, J2, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. His topic will be: "Dynamics of Great Power Competition"
AGENDA:
• RDML (Ret.) Cothron welcoming remarks and introduction of RADM Studeman
• RADM Studeman's remarks
• Q & A moderated by CAPT (Ret.) Bob Allen: Please email questions before or during teleconference to: bob_allen36@hotmail.com
Format: Teleconference; Dial in: (425) 436-6200; Access Code: 571920.
(Please sign beginning 15 min prior to start; do not choose "host," and mute your phone.)

Thursday, 25 June 2020, noon – 12:30pm EDT - Virtual - "Russian Cyber Operations in a Year of Crisis" is topic of this discussion hosted by Georgetown University Press et al.

US Naval Postgraduate School Lecturer Scott Jasper on Russian Cyber Operations in a Year of Crisis.
We encourage you to submit your thoughts and questions ahead of time via social media using #BooksforaBetterWorld and tagging us on Facebook and Twitter.
Register for the event here or to view other upcoming Georgetown University Press virtual events.

NEW DATE - Saturday, 24 October 2020, 5:30 p.m. - Washington, DC - Save the Date! PenFed Foundation's 2020 Night of Heroes Gala

PUT ON CALENDAR AND HOLD THE DATE: The Pentagon Federal (PenFed Credit Union) Foundation will be hosting their spectacular Night of Heroes Gala on Saturday, 24 October 2020 at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington, D.C. Last year's annual gala raised over $1.5 million and honored children of military families.
VIP Reception at 5:30 PM
General Reception and Silent Auction at 6:00 PM
Location: The Mandarin Oriental, 1330 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, D.C.
Attire: Black Tie or Military Dress
RSVP: October 2, 2020
Click here to learn more or sponsor a table.


MORE GIFT IDEAS:

In addition to the new Royal Blue long sleeve shirts, and the gray long sleeve hooded sweatshirts, the AFIO Store also has the following items ready for quick shipment:

NEW: LONG and Short-Sleeved Shirts with embroidered AFIO Logo and New Mugs with color-glazed permanent logo

Show your support for AFIO with our new Polo Shirts. Be the first to buy these new, high quality, subtle heathered grey short sleeve shirts, and dark blue long sleeved shirts, of shrink and wrinkle resistant fine cotton with a soft yet substantial feel. They feature a detailed embroidered AFIO seal. Get a shirt for yourself and consider as gifts for colleagues, family, and friends. Only $45 each including shipping.
Sizes of (M) men or (W) women shirts; Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL, and XXXL. At this time all orders will arrive as Short Sleeve shirts.
You may pay by check or credit card. Complete your order online here or mail an order along with payment to: AFIO, 7700 Leesburg Pike, Ste 324, Falls Church, VA 22043-2618. Phone orders at 703-790-0320. If interested in other shirt colors or sleeve lengths, contact Annette at: annettej@afio.com.

Long-Sleeved Shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts with embroidered AFIO Logo

Show your support for AFIO with our new long-sleeved Polo Shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts.

Both items are high quality and shrink resistant and feature a detailed embroidered AFIO seal. The color of the long-sleeved Polo Shirts is royal blue; the price is $55 and includes shipping.

The Hooded Sweatshirts are dark grey; the price is $70 and includes shipping. 

Purchase a shirt and sweatshirt for yourself and consider as gifts for colleagues, family, and friends.

Both items are available in men's sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL, and XXXL. The long-sleeved Polo Shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts are not available in ladies' sizes.



NEW: Mug with color glazed logo. Made in America. (We left out all that lead-based glaze and hidden toxins in those mugs made in China being sold by other organizations). Also sturdy enough to sit on desk to hold pens, cards, paperclips, and candy.

This handsome large, heavy USA-made ceramic mug is dishwasher-safe with a glazed seal. $35 per mug includes shipping. Order this and other store items online here.

MousepadAFIO's Intelligence Community Mousepads are a great looking addition to your desk...or as a gift for others.
Made in USA. Click image for larger view.

These 2017 mousepads have full color seals of all 18 members of the US Intelligence Community on this 8" round, slick surface, nonskid, rubber-backed mouse pad with a darker navy background, brighter, updated seals. Also used, by some, as swanky coasters. Price still only $20.00 for 2 pads [includes shipping to US address. Foreign shipments - we will contact you with quote.] Order MOUSEPADS here.


Guide to the Study of Intelligence and When Intelligence Made a Difference

"AFIO's Guide to the Study of Intelligence" has sold out in hard-copy.
However, it is available in digital form in its entirety on the AFIO website here.

Also available on the website here are the individual articles of AFIO's history project "When Intelligence Made a Difference" that have been published to date in The Intelligencer journal. More articles will be forthcoming in future editions.


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