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1989 Reports

  • President Johnson's Effect On U.S. Intelligence by Major Kevin G. Donaleski, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College During his administration, President Johnson misused the intelligence community. He continually used the community as his private staff instead of a support staff. The lack of oversight by the NSC, PFIAB and Congress added to the misuse of the intelligence community, especially in the area of collection.
  • Remotely Piloted Vehicles-The Unexploited Force Multiplier by Major G.D. Thrash, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College In a time of declining defense budgets, remotely piloted vehicles serve as an effective force-multiplier when properly integrated into the command and control system.

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