Good intelligence—timely, accurate, and insightful—is the cornerstone of almost every aspect of national security policy today. How nations respond to these challenges, adapt to them, and evolve will be one of the great plot lines […]
Berlin before the Wall was a city wide open for espionage. It was the Golden Age of Intelligence, when American and British officers dueled with their Soviet counterparts across a divided Europe and beyond. Opening […]
« Clearly, our duty as intelligence professionals is to look beyond the next horizon—not only to highlight key events around the globe, but to give policymakers a good idea of the factors that are likely […]
U.S. Marines training alongside the Gendarmerie stand guard during a simulated civilian evacuation at the National Gendarmerie Tactical Training Center. The exercise marks the 3rd rotation of Special-Purpose Marine AGTF…
Looking down from history’s summit at the challenges and crises of the past, it is human nature to see them as less complicated and dangerous than those we face today. The threats have either subsided […]
On the night of Feb. 2-3, 1943, the (USAT) Dorchester carrying 902 people sank into the icy waters after a German torpedo hit the transport ship. Four U.S. Army chaplains were onboard and gave away their own […]
The Zero is the most famous symbol of Japanese air power during World War II. The fighter first flew in April 1939, and Mitsubishi, Nakajima, Hitachi and the Japanese navy produced 10,815 Zeros from 1940-1945.