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TITLE: Learning with professionals : selected works from the Joint Military Intelligence College / [compiled by James S. Major, Solveig Eggers Brownfeld ; edited by James E. Lighfoot].
PUBLISHED: Washington, D.C. : Center for Strategic Intelligence Research, Joint Military Intelligence College : [U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., distributor, 2005]
DESCRIPTION: v, 333 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 23 cm.
NOTES: "A collection of previously published works by students and members of the faculty of the Joint Military Intelligence College."
NOTES: Shipping list no.: 2006-0023-P.
NOTES: "July 2005."
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.
NOTES: "PCN 56166"--P. [4] of cover.
NOTES: Introduction -- Pt.1. The work of intelligence -- Ch. 1 Meeting the Intelligence Community's continuing need for an intelligence literature -- Ch. 2. Writing with Intelligence, Chapter 2, "The basic tools of writing with intelligence" -- Ch. 3. Intelligence Essentials for Everyone, Prologue, Part 1, Part 2 -- Ch. 4. On becoming an intelligence analyst -- Ch. 5. Getting Intelligence Right: the Power of Logical Procedure (excerpt) -- Ch. 6. Opening windows of opportunity: the need for opportunities-based warning -- Ch. 7. Teaching vision -- Ch. 8. Spy fiction, spy reality -- Ch. 9. Evidence Marshaling and Argument Construction (excerpt) -- Ch. 10. Failures of imagination: thoughts on the 9/11 Commission Report -- Ch. 11. Homeland security and intelligence: can oil mix with water in an open society? -- Pt. 2. The history of intelligence -- Ch. 12. The San Cristobal trapezoid -- Ch. 13. Israel's quest for satellite intelligence -- Ch. 14. Experiences to Go: Teaching with Intelligence Case Studies (excerpt) -- Ch. 15. The creation of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency: Congress's role as overseer -- Pt. 3. The applications of intelligence -- Ch. 16. Health and national security -- Ch. 17. Intelligence support to refugee operations: who's the expert? -- Ch. 18. Religion and war in the 21st century -- Ch. 19. Intelligence support to the life science community: mitigating threats from bioterrorism -- Ch. 20. "SALSA for cyber sonics": education and research at the Joint Military Intelligence College -- Ch. 21 Knowledge-based tools: a Solution for Optimizing Collection Requirements Management (excerpt) -- Ch. 22. Narco-mercantilism and the war on drugs: is victory an option?
NOTES: "A collection of writings by present or former faculty and students at the Joint Military Intelligence College. The purpose of the book is to provide an academic resource for students, teachers, and practitioners of intelligence. The growth of the literature, and some of the most significant writings have come from a center of excellence in the field, the Joint Military Intelligence College. Those presented here represent a cross section of subdisciplines, some with a very timely element, some timeless."
SUBJECT: Intelligence officers--Education--United States.
SUBJECT: Intelligence service--United States--History.
SUBJECT: United States. Central Intelligence Agency.
ADDED ENTRY: Joint Military Intelligence College (U.S.). Center for Strategic Intelligence Research.
ADDED ENTRY: Lightfoot, James E.
ADDED ENTRY: Major, James S.
ADDED ENTRY: Brownfeld, Solveig Eggers.

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