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History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff, 1775-1941

Bruce W. Bidwell

History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff, 1775-1941

by Bruce W. Bidwell

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Published by University Publications of America in Frederick, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Dept. of the Army. General Staff. Military Intelligence Division -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBruce W. Bidwell.
    SeriesForeign intelligence book series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUB251.U5 B53 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 625 p. ;
    Number of Pages625
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2549759M
    ISBN 100890937575
    LC Control Number85032286

      Intelligence Readiness Facility / MDP Director: () Operations & Plans - Operations OIC: () Operations & Plans - Intel NCO: () Date - 23 January at - (CST) Location - Arnold Conf. Room, Lewis and Clark Center, Fort Leavenworth, KS. Presented By: The Cultural and Area Studies Office (CASO) and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) jointly with the National Intelligence Council and The American Enterprise Institute.

      The mission of the Department of Defense is to provide, through its military strength, a solid foundation for the national policy of the United forerunner of the Department of Defense, the National Military Establishment, was created by the National Security Act of and evolved from the experiences of World War combat and service components of the Departments of the. By Terrence J. Gough. From Army History, PB (No), Washington, D.C., Spring The Center of Military History traces its functional lineage to the Civil War era. An congressional authorization for the War Department to collect and publish the military records of the Civil War resulted in the appearance of volumes of documents and maps between and —a collection.

      Fort Leavenworth History ; Military History, ; General Military History ; Combat Studies Institute ; Operational Leadership Experiences ; Obsolete Military Manuals ; CGSC Student Papers, ; Military Review ; Command and General Staff College Foundation. th Military Intelligence Group ASUA 1 Aug 86 - 31 Jul th Military Intelligence Battalion ASUA: 1 Oct 86 - 30 Jan 88 United States Army Air Defense Artillery Board, Fort Bliss, Texas ASUA 23 Jun 86 - 26 Aug United States Army Intelligence Support Activity ASUA: 1 Jun 87 - 1 Jun 88


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sions, G-1, Personnel and Administration; G-2, Intelligence; G-3, Operations; G-4, Supplies; and G-5, Training. It served as a model for the postwar General Staff in Washington, with changes suitable for peacetime whereby G-3 and G5 were combined, and a fifth division, War Plans, took on the new duties of planning against future wars.

The Military Intelligence Division was the military intelligence branch of the United States Army and United States Department of War from May (as the Military Intelligence Section, then Military Intelligence Branch in Februarythen Military Intelligence Division in June ) to March On 3 August a Historical Branch was established within the G-2 Division of the General Staff.

These two branches were consolidated and reorganized as a War Department Special Staff Division on 17 November First designated as the Historical Division it was renamed the Office, Chief of Military History, on 1 June Inthe Army established the Military Intelligence Division.

Init was placed under the new general staff in an elevated position. In Marchthe Military Intelligence Division was reorganized as the Military Intelligence Service. Originally consisting of just 26 people, 16 of them officers, it was quickly expanded to include officers and 1, enlisted personnel and civilians.

US Army Command and General Staff College Press publications cover a wide variety of military topics. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the Department of the Army or the Department of Defense.

The seal of the US Army Command and General Staff. History. The MID was established by Brigadier General Richard C. Drum, the then Adjutant General of the United States Army in October under his office in Washington, becoming the de facto first standing military intelligence agency of the United States.

While the Union Army had a Bureau of Military Information, it reported to the Commanding General for less than a year prior to. Section 2: Command and General Staff School (CGSS) Faculty All of Whom Teach the Command and General Staff Officer Course (CGSOC) Faculty Name Title and/or Academic Rank School / Department Phone / Email Faculty Bio Abel, Jonathan A., Dr.

Assistant Professor CGSS / Department of Military History () @ The War Department and the Army Records Records of the War Department General and Special Staffs (RG ) During World War II the War Department General and Special Staffs were concerned with policy-making and planning on the highest level and with supervising all aspects of the military establishment, including the intelligence system.

General George C. Marshall was the Chief of Staff. A military history detachment (MHD) is a unit in the United States Army responsible for collecting documentation of the army in military conflicts for future work by military historians in writing both official and unofficial histories of the Army.

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— Military Information Division becomes Second Division of War Department General Staff. — Army acquires its first airplane. — Mexican Punitive Expedition makes. use of multidiscipline intelligence — aerial observation, communications intercept (COMINT), human informants, and ground reconnaissance— for first time.

On 12 JuneMemoran Military Intelligence Division, established a Reserve Section in the Military Intelligence Division of the War. Department General Staff. The section disseminated information on Organized Reserve activities and served as the War Department’s point of contact with units and members of the Organized Reserve.

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Army Pacific (USARPAC) within the U.History of the Military Intelligence Division, Department of the Army General Staff, by Bruce W. Bidwell Call Number: UBU5 B53 ISBN: The Army Intelligence and Security Branch, later renamed the Military Intelligence Branch, was created on 1 July The formation of the branch came as the culmination of a year effort to give adequate recognition to much needed professional intelligence specialists within the U.

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