AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes #28-20 dated 14 July 2020

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Section I - INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Section II - CONTEXT & PRECEDENCE

Section III - COMMENTARY

Section IV - Research Requests, Jobs, Obituaries

Research Requests

Jobs

Obituaries

Section V - Events

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Videos Brought to Our Attention with Member Comments

Mr. Jones
Polish Release Date, 2019; American Release 2020. Stream on Amazon Prime Video ($3.99);
Stars: James Norton as Gareth Jones; Vanessa Kirby as Ada Brooks; and Peter Sarsgaard as the New York Times Moscow Correspondent Walter Duranty.

The film starts at the very beginning of 1933, and proceeds to the end of 1934. An ambitious young Welsh journalist, Gareth Jones, travels to Moscow to investigate the USSR's mysterious source of cash for their worldwide industrial spending spree and to find out what was behind Stalin's Soviet propaganda that pushes their "utopia" to the Western world. When he gets a tip that could expose an international conspiracy, Jones' life and the lives of his informants are at stake. Based on a true story that involved a dishonest New York Times "True Believer" Moscow correspondent, Walter Duranty, pushing out Communist propaganda as serious investigative journalism, hoodwinking the world, while hiding the genocide (now called the Holodomor) underway of more than 10 million innocents deemed expendable Kulaks to be looted for the illusion of a successful USSR. Also shows media schemes to destroy other journalists who sought to tell the truth. The propaganda and dishonesty inspired George Orwell's seminal book Animal Farm.

Worth the current streaming or purchase price. The director, Agnieszka Holland, powerfully illustrates the corrosive effect denial of the truth has on one's character. Malcom Muggeridge (noted British journalist who reported anonymously on the famine) said, "People do not believe lies because they have to, but because they want to."

It takes place in London, Poland, Moscow, Ukraine, and Wales. The film's other well-known historical personages include: British prime minister Lloyd George; notorious New York Times journalist Walter Duranty; George Orwell, and William Randolph Hearst. Highlights a gripping event abetted by media dishonesty that has not received enough exposure. A crucial story that mirrors surprisingly similar domestic behavior. [See resignation letter 2020 July 13 of NYTimes Columnist and Editor Bari Weiss or see NYPost Account; and Resignation of NY Times Opinion Editor James Bennet]


The Wasp Network
Released 2019, in US release 2020
Mentioned in Weekly Intelligence Notes #26-20 of 30 June 2020.

Following assessment forwarded by member MK:
In over 60 years of the Castro's regime propaganda, seldom have we seen a film that portrays such false narrative as delineated in the one mentioned. "THE WASP NETWORK" is centered on the interests of the regime that has brutally oppressed and trampled the fundamental liberties and rights of the Cuban people from its beginning over 60 years ago up to the present time. It portrays terrorists as victims and the real victims as terrorists. Briefly said, it fails to mention that, ''THE WASP NETWORK'' was comprised of over 40 agents of the Castro regime who were deployed to this country with specific objectives and under a much-different guise such as: • Penetration of U.S. military bases to compile sensitive information to be used against this country. • Engaging in the traffic of drugs and armaments into the U.S. • Orchestrating acts of sabotage. • Infiltrating Cuban patriotic and human rights' organizations such as Brothers to the Rescue, the Democracy Movement, and the Cuban American National Foundation, among others, and discrediting their leaders with innuendo and false information. • Plotting and providing information leading to the shoot-down of two Brothers to the Rescue small, civilian, and defenseless planes in international airspace, which claimed the lives of three American citizens and one U.S. resident: Carlos Costa, Armando Alejandre, Mario de la Peña and Pablo Morales. It fails to mention that the real objective of the Brothers to the Rescue organization — which carried out approximately 2,000 flights of search and rescue that saved the lives of over 4,000 men, women, and children in the Straits of Florida — was of a humanitarian nature and that its pilots and volunteers were committed to one of humanity's most noble causes. It fails to mention as well that "THE WASP NETWORK" was tried and convicted in an independent court of law in Miami, FL, with due process of law, and found guilty by a non-Cuban American jury of all charges against them, which included a sentence of two consecutive life sentences to Gerardo Hernandez, its leader. I could go on citing its many failings or deceitful narrative, apart from being a mediocre film with a misleading story. South Florida has witnessed first-hand the horrors and the suffering inflicted by this communist regime, 90 miles from our shores. Our community has bear witness to the pain of thousands and thousands of families whose loved ones have been executed by firing squads or served long prison sentences in Castro's gulags under infra-human conditions; we have been exposed and deeply moved by testimonies of Cubans fleeing the island who risked all for a chance at freedom and the sight of too many empty rafts evidencing the many who did not make it. The Cuban saga is known throughout the world. There is no excuse to pretend lack of awareness of the ravages and destruction the Castro regime has caused and continues to create to this day; not only within the island but by supporting dictatorships in our Hemisphere and sowing unrest and dissent against American core values, which undermines democracy, peace, and security in our region, among other strategic targets. Films such as THE WASP NETWORK deserve the worst condemnation from the free world. Sadly, there are still many that choose not to! — Sylvia G. Iriondo, M.A.R. Por Cuba 3 July 2020


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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.


Newly Released, Overlooked, or Forthcoming Books

A Short History of Russia: How the World's Largest Country Invented Itself, from the Pagans to Putind
by Mark Galeotti
(Hanover Square Press, July 2020)

Russia is a country with no natural borders, no single ethnic group, no true central identity. At the crossroads of Europe and Asia, it has been subject to invasion by outsiders, from Vikings to Mongols, from Napoleon's French to Hitler's Germans. In order to forge an identity, it has mythologized its past to unite its people and to signal strength to outsiders. The persistent theme—wielded by Lenin to build socialism, Stalin to modernize the Soviet Union, and Putin to seize the Crimea—behind these and other historical narratives, is that Russia's "greater destiny" justifies its actions. [See film "Mr. Jones" above for an early example of fudging history with western complicity.]

Galeotti explores the history of this fascinating, desperate and exasperating country through two intertwined issues: the way successive influences from beyond its borders have shaped Russia, and the way Russians came to terms with this influence, writing and rewriting their past to understand their present and try to influence their future. In turn, this self-invented history has come to affect not just their constant nation-building project but also their relations with the world.

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Baseless: My Search for Secrets in the Ruins of the Freedom of Information Act
by Nicholson Baker
(Penguin Press, July 2020)

Ten years into researching a book about the possibility that the US had used biological weapons in the Korean War, Baker was frustrated and disheartened. In the course of his research, he had become deeply disillusioned with the process of FOIA requests. He has been forced to wait years in some cases, while other requests have been answered only with documents rendered inscrutable, or even illegible, by copious redactions. Rather than wait forever, certain there must be government atrocities committed by his own country, Baker instead sets out to keep a personal journal of his obstructed research. He documents his correspondence with the government administrators who are charged with responding to, and thus stymying, his requests. The result is original and mesmerizing as he seeks to pry secrets out of the CIA and other parts of the US government – concealed to some degree despite the existence of FOIA.

Does he unearth anything new? He unearths stories of CIA programs involving weaponized insects and the deliberate spread of Lyme disease, dangerous military experiments carried out on unsuspecting American citizens, and devastating chemical munitions designed to inflict terrible harm on innocent civilians in far-flung countries. He also shares anecdotes of his life in Maine feeding his dogs and watching the morning light.

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QUOTE for the week:

"For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil." — Genesis 3:5 English Standard Version (ESV) 5



Section I - INTELLIGENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Iran Executes Defense Ministry Staffer as Alleged CIA Spy. Iran has executed a former employee of the defense ministry who was convicted of spying on behalf of the Central Intelligence Agency, the country's judiciary said Tuesday. It was the second such execution in the past month.

The report said Reza Asgari was executed last week. Judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said Asgari had worked in the airspace department of the ministry and retired in 2016.

"In the last years of his service, he joined the CIA, he sold information about our missiles... to the CIA and took money from them," Esmaili said. "He was identified, tried and sentenced to death." [Read more: AP/14July2020]

Taliban Car Bomb Attack on Afghan Intelligence Compound Kills 11. Taliban fighters clashed with security forces following a car bomb blast at a government compound in northern Afghanistan, killing 11 people and wounding dozens more, officials have said.

The attack claimed by the Taliban group on Monday took place at a government facility in Samangan province's capital Aybak, close to an office of the National Directorate of Security (NDS), the main intelligence agency.

"It's a complex attack that started with a car bomb," Mohammad Sediq Azizi, a spokesman for the provincial government, said. [Read more: AlJazeera/13July2020]

China Converts Hong Kong Hotel Into New National Security Office. China opened its powerful national security office in Hong Kong on Wednesday, turning a hotel near a city-centre park that has been one of the most popular venues for pro-democracy protests into its new headquarters.

The office, which operates beyond the scrutiny of local courts or other institutions, will oversee the Hong Kong government's enforcement of the sweeping national security legislation that Beijing imposed on the city last week.

The legislation gives its agents, operating openly in the global financial hub for the first time, enforcement powers.

It allows them to take suspects across the border for trials in Communist Party-controlled courts and gives them special privileges, including that Hong Kong authorities cannot search or detain them, or even inspect their vehicles. [Read more: Chow&Kwok/Reuters/7July2020]

South Korea's New Security Aides Face Tough Hearings Ahead. Contrary to initial expectations, President Moon Jae-in's choices for the intelligence agency chief and the unification minister - both of whom need to undergo National Assembly reviews - may not breeze through their confirmation hearings, as some "risk factors" are popping up that give ammunition to those that oppose their nominations.

Earlier this month, Moon nominated veteran former lawmaker Park Jie-won to lead the National Intelligence Service (NIS), while picking Rep. Lee In-young, a former floor leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK), to serve as the unification minister in an apparent bid to normalize soured inter-Korean relations. On Wednesday, the President asked the National Assembly to undertake confirmation procedures regarding their appointments.

The Assembly is legally required to complete the confirmation procedures within 20 days of the President's request, meaning that July 27 is the deadline. Even if lawmakers fail, or refuse, to approve their nomination, Moon is empowered to press ahead with the appointment of Lee and Park. [Read more: Kang/KoreaTimes/12July2020]

Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier Nominated for DIA Director Post. Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier, deputy chief of staff for the U.S. Army G2, has been nominated to serve as the Defense Intelligence Agency's next director, Politico reported Thursday.

Berrier would succeed Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, who has led the DIA since October 2017 and is a two-time Wash100 Award recipient, if the Senate approves the nomination.

In his current capacity, Berrier leads an organization that provides intelligence to the Department of the Army headquarters, supports the branch's Foreign Materiel Program and assesses foreign technical threat data in support of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology. [Read more: Martin/ExecutiveGov/10July2020]


Section II - CONTEXT & PRECEDENCE

IARPA Pivots to Fight Coronavirus. Two research programs at the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency, commonly known as IARPA, are now undergoing evaluation to see if they may provide solutions to help counter the growing COVID-19 pandemic, IARPA director Catherine Marsh tells SIGNAL Magazine.

The Molecular Analyzer for Efficient Gas-phase Low-power INterrogation (MAEGLIN - pronounced Magellan) program has been developing sensors to detect harmful gaseous chemicals in the air. The goal is to detect weapons of mass destruction or chemical indicators of illicit activity, such as narcotics production. But now, the program is investigating how well its newly developed micro-gas chromatograph might work as a breath sensor to detect signs of acute respiratory distress syndrome, a life-threatening condition associated with COVID-19.

"We pivoted that research, and we went to clinical trials with that a few weeks ago. The early results are really positive. It seems that for standoff detection, there's a unique signature associated with COVID-19, and you can track the progress of the disease, for example whether it's waxing or waning, if you will," Marsh says. [Read more: Seffers/AFCEA/13July2020]

Pinochet-Era Intelligence Agent Faces Extradition from Australia. Adriana Rivas arrived in Australia in 1978 from her native Chile and worked as a nanny. She lived a good life in affluent Bondi Beach, Sydney, in public housing provided by the Australian government. Rivas, now 67, was active in soccer and church activities in the Chilean community, one of Australia's largest Latin American diasporas.

Her comfortable life took a turn in 2013, when Rivas decided to talk to journalist Florencia Melgar of the Australian broadcasters SBS. Melgar was researching the collaboration of two Australian intelligence (ASIO) officers with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The ASIO officers were posted to Chile in 1973, when General Augusto Pinochet overthrew the socialist government of Salvador Allende, with the support of the CIA.

In her interview, Rivas conceded that she had been a member of the Dirección de Inteligencia Nacional (Directorate of National Intelligence, DINA) from 1973-1977 during the Pinochet dictatorship. Known as "la Chany," Rivas took an abrasive and arrogant tone as she admitted that in 2007, she had been arrested by Chilean authorities during a routine trip to her home country. In 2011, she fled Chile to avoid prosecution. [Read more: Acuña/nacla/10July2020]

The Outstanding Issue of the Libyan Intelligence Services. The post of Chief of the Libyan Intelligence Services of Tripoli's GNA is still vacant, but only recently. Therefore, this is an optimal situation for the Head of Tripoli's government, who is currently pro tempore Director of the GNA agencies, while the struggle for the next Intelligence Service Directors is intensifying.

In an obvious triangulation with Turkey, which is now essential to Tripoli's very survival, and with France, which can do harm outside and inside the perimeter of Haftar's forces it continues to support, in spite of everything -also with the support of Qatar and the Emirates and even, to a residual extent of Italy, the major strategic failure in the post-Gaddafi chaos - and with the United States, which is returning to Libya from the peripheries.

Russia is increasingly dissatisfied with Haftar, but it will now be difficult for it to negotiate a credible deal with Tripoli from a strong-to-weak position.

Currently the Libyan Intelligence Services are without a leader since the death of Abdoullah Masoud Al Darsi on April 3, 2020. He had been appointed on November 1, 2018. [Read more: Valori/ModernDiplomacy/14July2020]

The Big Spy Swap: The U.S.-Russia Secret Agent Exchange 10 Years Ago. Ten years ago, the United States and Russia carried out their biggest spy swap since the end of the Cold War. The exchange happened on July 9, 2010, in broad daylight on the tarmac of Vienna International Airport.

The United States released 10 Russians, including Anna Chapman. Sergei Skripal, a Russian military intelligence officer convicted of spying for Britain, was among four people released by Moscow. [Read more: RFE/RL/8July2020]

The Threat Posed by the Chinese Government and the Chinese Communist Party to the Economic and National Security of the United States - Remarks by FBI Director Christopher Wray. FBI Director Christopher Wray visited the Hudson Institute Tuesday to discuss the FBI's response to the Chinese government's threat to the economic and national security of the United States.

"With the help of our many foreign partners, we've arrested targets all over the globe," Wray said. "Our investigations and the resulting prosecutions have exposed the tradecraft and techniques the Chinese use, raising awareness of the threat and our industries' defenses." [Read the full text Here]


Section III - COMMENTARY

Rundown of China's Spy Agencies Will Make Uncomfortable Reading for Some. You know about the CIA. And the FBI. The whole world knows that James Bond worked for MI6.

Everyone knows the name of the Soviet Union's notorious foreign espionage service, the KGB, the training ground for today's Russian President, Vladimir Putin. Most people have heard of the ruthlessly efficient Israeli Mossad. Most Australians have heard of the domestic spy agency ASIO. And a few will know of Australia's overseas spy agency, ASIS. But can you name one of China's intelligence services? Just one?

We've heard in recent years that Chinese spying and hacking in Australia is so rife that it's overwhelming our own intelligence agencies. The federal government in 2018 even introduced new laws to try to limit Chinese spying and interference. But we can't name the agencies doing it. Is it because they are so small and insignificant? Today, China has more people engaged in its spying effort than any other country, according to the 2019 book Chinese Communist Espionage: An Intelligence Primer by Americans Peter Mattis and Matthew Brazil.

So how can we be so blind to such a big enterprise? [Read more: Hartcher/SydneyMorningHerald/14July2020]

Intelligence: Greedy And Sloppy. Russia is currently investigating Valery Mitko, one of its senior scientists in the field of submarine detection. Mitko is the head of the Arctic Academy of Science where he had been in charge of sonar research and new methods for detecting submerged submarines. Mitgo was arrested in February and placed under house arrest. In June a court ruled that the investigation had made sufficient progress to keep Mitko confined until October.

Mitko was initially accused of turning over secret information while on a trip to China. A search of his home and workplace found more evidence of working for China, perhaps as far back as 2017. Before undertaking an academic career the 78 year old Mitko had been in the navy and served on Russian submarines from 1963 to 1994. Mitko was a trusted member of the Russian research community and had been a visiting professor at the Chinese Dalian Maritime University since 2016. If convicted Mitko faces 20 years in prison for treason. Such an outcome would be a major embarrassment for the Russian intelligence community as well as another setback for academic cooperation between China and Russia.

This is not a new problem and has been going on since the 1990s as China took advantage of the economic collapse that triggered the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. [Read more: StrategyPage/14July2020]

The Limits of Intuition: Army Intelligence Should Embrace Analytic Tradecraft Standards. Army intelligence lags behind most of the intelligence community in one key respect. In 2007, the intelligence community established analytic tradecraft standards to provide a common framework for critical and creative thinking when conducting all-source intelligence analysis. The Army, however, has not adopted these standards, leading to an analytic workforce that is less proficient in applying tradecraft than its civilian counterparts. The root cause of this failure is a common misconception that analytic tradecraft standards are applicable only at the strategic level. At higher levels, the value of analytic tradecraft is more obvious because intelligence analysts are focused on supporting senior decision-makers - primarily combatant commanders and civilian policymakers - who often approach problems deliberately and address longer-term issues. Some will argue that analytic tradecraft is incompatible with the rapid pace of operations at lower echelons, in which commanders are focused on preparing for local battles and operations. This misconception is preventing the Army from recognizing an opportunity to help its intelligence analysts overcome the limits of intuition and ensure rigor in their analytic products. [Read more: Kwoun/WarOnTheRocks/8July2020]

Western Spies are Failing Against Russia and China: Time for a Spycraft Revolution. Last year, Foreign Policy magazine introduced a provocative thought piece highlighting the ongoing revolution in espionage: namely, that intelligence agencies must adapt (or die) to disruptive changes in politics, business, and technology.

At the risk of irrelevance, Western intelligence agencies are learning that traditional models of spying are outdated and losing out to more nimble, collaborative, and less fragile adversaries. As the article adeptly notes, "the balance of power in the spy world is shifting: closed societies now have the edge over open ones. It has become harder for Western countries to spy on places such as China, Iran, and Russia and easier for those countries' intelligence services to spy on the rest of the world."

Circumstances such as unprecedented levels of legislative and judicial scrutiny, technological advances in mobile phones and electronic data, public skepticism of domestic and international intelligence activities, and general political scrutiny in liberal democracies are symptomatic of such difficulties. They represent an underlying revolution that is significantly disrupting traditional notions of Western spycraft. [Read more: 14Charlie/SOFREP/9July2020]


Section IV - Research Requests, Jobs, Obituaries

Research Requests

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Jobs

Seeking Counterintelligence Cyber Instructors for JCITA at Quantico, VA

Operational Intelligence, LLC, an E3/Sentinel company is looking for Counterintelligence Cyber Instructors for JCITA at Quantico, VA.
Duties include creating courses and content to facilitate instruction of cyber methodologies for counterintelligence professionals.
Current DoD TS/SCI Clearance and accreditation from a CI Special Agent course required.
Please contact OI Lead Recruiter Stacey McKinney, C: 571-214-1992 or stacey.mckinney@oi-llc.com or E3/Sentinel Principle Rosanna Minchew, rminchew@e3sentinel.com

Seeking Counterintelligence Surveillance Instructors for JCITA at Quantico, VA

Operational Intelligence, LLC, an E3/Sentinel company is looking for Counterintelligence Surveillance Instructors for JCITA at Quantico, VA to provide CI subject matter expertise for course development, instruction, and mentorship.
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This position requires work after hours, weekend and travel within the NCR.
Please contact OI Lead Recruiter Stacey McKinney, C: 571-214-1992 or stacey.mckinney@oi-llc.com or E3/Sentinel Principle Rosanna Minchew, rminchew@e3sentinel.com

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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.


Obituaries

Bill Kvetkas, USAF, IC Staff, NSA, AFIO Chairman (1997-2000)

William Thomas Kvetkas Jr, 89, USAF, IC Staff, NSA accountant, lawyer, former AFIO Chairman, died 8 July 2020 in Annapolis, MD.
Bill was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA, attended Meyers High School, and then the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the AXP fraternity, was selected for Beta Alpha Psi, the accounting honorary society, and played in the Penn band. He received his MA degree from George Washington University while serving in the U.S. Air Force before joining the National Security Agency where he served for 27 years of civilian service, retiring in 1983.
Early in his cryptologic career, both as an Air Force Officer and as a civilian, he served as a senior manager, an Assistant Inspector General, a reporter, a traffic analyst, a cryptanalyst, an intercept control officer, and on the NSA Director's staff. He also became President of the employee's insurance organization and was involved with the Korean and Viet Nam wars and the Cold War.
During these NSA years he also earned a law degree from Georgetown University where he was selected to join Phi Delta Phi, the law honorary society. He passed the DC Bar, became a CPA in MD and was admitted to practice in DC and before the U.S. Supreme Court.
He also graduated from the National War College, the NISM program at Harvard, and the Federal Executive Institute.
Bill received a number of honors during his working and volunteer careers among which were the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal (the first person to receive this distinction twice), NSA's Exceptional Service Award, and Meritorious Service Award, and two Presidential Service Awards. He was a proud Life Member of the Phoenix Society for 40 years.
For a few years in the 1970s, Bill was Director, Office of Program and Budget Development, IC Staff, and developed a system of Programming and Budgeting used by George H.W. Bush while Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) to prepare budgets for the Intelligence Community and to send budgets to Congress. In 1977, Bill modified that system to accommodate the demands of the Zero Based Budgeting (ZBB) instituted by Pres. Jimmy Carter. Previously he recast NSA Cryptologic budgets.
Post-NSA retirement, he worked for Lockheed Missiles and Space Corp. in Rosslyn, VA and in Linthicum, MD. Later he served as a senior staff member of the Aspen/Brown Commission charged with studying aspects of the Intelligence Community.
In 1997 to 2000, he served as Chairman of the Board of AFIO; Treasurer and consultant to the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation; as a member of the Security Affairs Support Assn.; and President of the Bay Winds community band as a percussionist; and Volunteer Historian at the NSA. An avid genealogist, he enjoyed writing family history. He also relished travel and he and wife Joan spent a good deal of their retirement time crusing the world.
Bill is survied by his wife of 62 years, Joan Margaret Kvetkas, four children, and other family.


Section V - Events

AFIO EDUCATIONAL EVENTS IN COMING TWO MONTHS....

CANCELED: 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

The morning speaker was to 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 would have featured 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."

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

Other Upcoming Events from Advertisers, Corporate Sponsors, and Others

Wednesday, 15 July 2020, 2 - 3 pm EDT - Virtual - CISA Webinar on COVID-19 Response: Lessons Learned on Cybersecurity and Resilience in a Pandemic

CISA - Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency asks that you join them, the Regional Consortium Coordinating Council, and the State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Government Coordinating Council for a webinar on cybersecurity and resilience lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 has forced state and local governments to rapidly change how they operate and adapt to a volatile new environment. Next Wednesday, join state, local, and federal government officials as they discuss lessons learned thus far about securing our communities during a pandemic -- including protecting our remote workforce and defending against cyber criminals and phishing campaigns.
Registration required. Please do so here.

Thursday, 23 July 2020, 6 pm EDT - Teleconference - NIP July Virtual Speaker Series features Scott Bray, Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence

Naval Intelligence Professionals host Scott W. Bray, Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence (N2N6I) and Director, Naval Intelligence Activity, for this Teleconference. The topic is: "A Senior Leader perspective on returning to Naval Intelligence from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the role and mission of the Naval Intelligence Activity."
Bray's biography is here.
AGENDA: • RDML (Ret.) Cothron welcoming remarks and introduction of Mr. Bray; • Mr. Bray's remarks; • Q & A moderated by CAPT (Ret.) Bob Allen: Please email questions before or during teleconference to: bob_allen36@hotmail.com.
TIMES: 1800/6PM EDT; 1500/3PM PDT; 1200/12PM HST
Format: Teleconference
Dial in: (425) 436-6200
Access Code: 571920
(Please sign in beginning 15 min prior to start; do not choose "host," and MUTE your phone.)

The International Spy Museum has reopened to visitors. Click image below to explore exhibits and ticketing.

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/

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

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.



AFIO Mug with color glazed logo. Made in America. 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.

Available as a thank you for donations are the new AFIO logo face masks:

These soft, form-fitting, washable, non-medical grade fabric face masks have wide behind-the-ear elastics to make long periods of wear comfortable. Also easier to quickly put on or take off. Blue on outside, white inside. The masks do not have a nose wire but are sculpted, shaped, and sewn to fit most users. The all-cloth composition allows the masks to be washed or steam-disinfected without concerns over metal wires. The color logo is washable and a permanent part of the mask.

The masks, however, are not for sale. They are being offered strictly as a thank you gift to our donors.
For tax-deductible donations of $50 you will receive a receipt and our thank you gift of two of these newly-arrived face masks.
Donations of $100 receive four masks to be sent to the same address. Other amounts and split-shipments are available.
To donate now to support AFIO's programs and publications, please do so here.

We wish all members and donors continued good health, safe social distancing, and warmly appreciate any support you are able to provide the association.


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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