By Glenmore S. Trenear-Harvey

From the instant guy realized the way to ascend off the floor, the strategic importance of air intelligence turned obvious. This quite new discipline_the first devoted air reconnaissance missions have been undertaken in 1870 in the course of the siege of Paris while tethered French balloons have been hired to identify enemy positions and direct artillery hearth onto them_has built at an wonderful pace. over the last century air intelligence has moved from harmful remark balloons to micro-circuitry, that could ship images from a video digital camera fastened on a remotely-controlled automobile the dimensions of a hummingbird. The historic Dictionary of Air Intelligence relates the evolving heritage of the swiftly advancing box of air intelligence. A chronology, an introductory essay, and cross-referenced dictionary entries at the businesses, brokers, operations, apparatus, tradecraft, and jargon of air intelligence make this reference as crucial because it is interesting.

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MEADE. AIR FORCE INTELLIGENCE SERVICE (AFIS). S. Air Force, AFIS consists of nine directorates, covering escape and evasion, data management, targets, attachés, operational intelligence, personnel, Soviet affairs, and security. AIR FORCE OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS (AFOSI). S. Air Force counterintelligence organization, based in Boulder, Colorado, AFOSI collects information about hostile intelligence agencies, runs penetration operations, and investigates breaches of security. AIR FORCE SECURITY SERVICE (AFSS).

Several military transports, including the Antonov AN-12 Cub, the Tu-134, Tu-154, and the Ilyushin Il-67 often flew in Aeroflot livery. In 1968, Aeroflot initiated a direct, twice-weekly Tu-144 Cleat flight to New York from Moscow, but the route was canceled as a sanction following the imposition of martial law in Poland in December 1981. , route had been suspended for a week the previous month when two Aeroflot flights on 8 November had deviated from their flight plans and overflown the Trident submarine base at New London, Connecticut, and the Pease Strategic Air Command base in New Hampshire.

The A-4 was intended to be deployed in northern France for launches against London, controlled from a major underground bunker at Watten, with 43 other smaller sites preprepared in the region to handle the missiles, fuel, and associated equipment. The plan was significantly disrupted by air intelligence operations conducted by the British from December 1942, which culminated in a massive raid on Peenemünde in August 1943. S. Army Air Force attack on Watten and another on 7 September that totally destroyed the site.

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