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Us Army Technical Intelligence Field Agency, Acsi, Robert Bolin , Depositor Nov 1960

Us Army Technical Intelligence Field Agency, Acsi, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

Historical Data Cards were used to record the organizational history of units within the Army. This card was provided to Robert Bolin by the US Army Institute of Heraldry in 1985.

The Technical Intelligence Field Agency, ACSI, was a small, special-purpose military unit created in 1960 to coordinate the intelligence activities of the Army technical services. It was directly subordinate to the Army Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI), the senior intelligence official in the Army General Staff. In 1960, the Army technical intelligence activities were:

  • The US Army Chemical Corps Intelligence Agency,
  • The US Army Medical Information and ...


Da Pamphlet 70-5-8, Ussr: Missiles, Rockets, And Space Effort, A Bibliographic Record, 1956-1960, 28 September 1960, Robert Bolin , Depositor Sep 1960

Da Pamphlet 70-5-8, Ussr: Missiles, Rockets, And Space Effort, A Bibliographic Record, 1956-1960, 28 September 1960, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This manual contains a detailed bibliography concerning the Soviet space program. The appendices contain supplementary information about the Soviet and American space programs.


Statement Of Quartermaster Intelligence Interest, August 1960, Office Of The Quartermaster General, Department Of The Army, Robert Bolin , Depositor Aug 1960

Statement Of Quartermaster Intelligence Interest, August 1960, Office Of The Quartermaster General, Department Of The Army, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

According to the forward, the “Statement of Intelligence Interest reflects the over-all interest of the Office of the Quartermaster General in intelligence data and is intended as an aid to persons engaged in the collection, processing, and dissemination of Intelligence. “

In 1960, the Quartermaster Corps was one of the technical services of the Department of the Army. The Army technical services were bureaus providing the Army with supplies, equipment, training, and services. Each was headed by a chief. The Quartermaster General was the chief of the Quartermaster Corps. The Quartermaster Corps was responsible for the procurement, storage, and distribution of ...


Statement Of Quartermaster Intelligence Interest, Office Of The Quartermaster General, Department Of The Army, Robert L. Bolin Aug 1960

Statement Of Quartermaster Intelligence Interest, Office Of The Quartermaster General, Department Of The Army, Robert L. Bolin

DOD Military Intelligence

According to the forward, the “Statement of Intelligence Interest reflects the over-all interest of the Office of the Quartermaster General in intelligence data and is intended as an aid to persons engaged in the collection, processing, and dissemination of Intelligence. “

In 1960, the Quartermaster Corps was one of the technical services of the Department of the Army. The Army technical services were bureaus providing the Army with supplies, equipment, training, and services. Each was headed by a chief. The Quartermaster General was the chief of the Quartermaster Corps. The Quartermaster Corps was responsible for the procurement, storage, and distribution of ...


Engineer Intelligence Guide 33, Preparation Of Terrain Diagrams, June 1960, Robert Bolin , Depositor Jun 1960

Engineer Intelligence Guide 33, Preparation Of Terrain Diagrams, June 1960, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

In 1960, geographic intelligence in the US Armed Forces was decentralized. The Intelligence and Mapping Division of the US Army Corps of Engineers was primarily responsible for creation of military intelligence concerning the surface of the earth excluding the oceans and seas for the armed forces of the United States. Engineer intelligence guides were issued to provide guidance concerning collection, processing, production, and dissemination of geographic intelligence to elements of the Corps of Engineers.

This engineer intelligence guide explains the differences between maps and terrain diagrams and provides examples using actual maps and terrain diagrams. The maps and terrain diagrams ...


Csr 381-1, Military Intelligence, Technical Intelligence Relationships, 12 May 1960., Us Army Chief Of Staff, Robert Bolin , Depositor Apr 1960

Csr 381-1, Military Intelligence, Technical Intelligence Relationships, 12 May 1960., Us Army Chief Of Staff, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This document was issued by the Chief of Staff to prescribe relationships between different officers in the Army staff. Particularly, it was intended to “prescribe relationships between the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI), the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics (DCSLOG), and the technical Services in the field of intelligence activities.” This is essentially the same as the 1958 version.

It was published as part of an attempt to solve an ongoing organizational problem: how to coordinate the intelligence activities of the US government.

In the 1950s, military intelligence was decentralized. There was no national-level military intelligence agency ...


Da Pamphlet 30-50-2, Handbook On The Satellite Armies, 1 April 1960, Robert Bolin , Depositor Apr 1960

Da Pamphlet 30-50-2, Handbook On The Satellite Armies, 1 April 1960, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This manual contains detailed descriptions of the armed forces of Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, and Hungary. It covers the military system, organization field forces, militarized security forces, weapons, equipment, uniforms, and military terms in each country. Outline maps of the countries, photographs of weapons, and colored illustrations of insignia, uniforms, and medals are included.