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Special Regulations 10-120-1, 14 September 1949. Organization And Functions: Department Of The Army Intelligence Division, General Staff, Robert Bolin , Depositor Sep 1949

Special Regulations 10-120-1, 14 September 1949. Organization And Functions: Department Of The Army Intelligence Division, General Staff, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This regulation briefly gives a history of the intelligence division and outlines its function.


Us Army Signal Corps Intelligence Agency, Robert Bolin , Depositor Aug 1949

Us Army Signal Corps Intelligence Agency, 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 Signal Corps Intelligence Agency (SCIA) was a special-purpose military organization assigned to the Chief Signal Officer. The Chief Signal Office was the general in charge of the Army Signal Corps. The mission of the SCIA was described as “To perform the staff intelligence functions assigned by the Chief Signal Officer and to provide staff direction and coordination of the Signal Corps intelligence effort… The responsibility for the collection ...


Signal Corps Technical Intelligence, A Brief History, Chester A. Hall Capt., Robert Bolin , Depositor Jul 1949

Signal Corps Technical Intelligence, A Brief History, Chester A. Hall Capt., Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

At the time that this was written, technical intelligence was intelligence about foreign weapons and equipment and about organizations in foreign armies analogous to the technical services. The modern US Army vision of the technical intelligence developed during World War II. The army technical services became responsible for technical intelligence. The technical services were bureaus which supplied weapons, equipment, and services to the army, managed the careers of officers in a particular branch, trained specialists, and organized and trained special purpose military units. There were a number of technical services including the Chemical Warfare Service, the Medical Department, the Ordnance ...


History Of Ordnance Technical Intelligence In World War Ii, Part 1: History, Orders & Circulars, And Publicity, Robert Bolin , Depositor Jan 1946

History Of Ordnance Technical Intelligence In World War Ii, Part 1: History, Orders & Circulars, And Publicity, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

During World War II, the Ordnance Department was one of the army technical services. There were a number of technical services including the Chemical Warfare Service, the Army Medical Department, the Corps of Engineers, the Quartermaster Corps, the Signal Corps, and the Transportation Corps. The technical services were bureaus providing weapons, equipment, and services to the Army. They managed the careers of officers in their corresponding branches, and organized special military units. They also ran schools to train individual and military units in their specialties.

During World War II the emphasis of technical intelligence was foreign weapons and equipment. The ...


History Of Ordnance Technical Intelligence In World War Ii, Part 3: Tab 1- History Of Ordnance-Cios [Cooperation]; Tab 2 – Draft Of Speech For Ord Ti Teams (Wwii); Tab 3 – Speech On Metallurgy Of Foreign Auto Materials; [And] Tab 4 – Article On Material For The Franklin Institute, Robert Bolin , Depositor Jan 1946

History Of Ordnance Technical Intelligence In World War Ii, Part 3: Tab 1- History Of Ordnance-Cios [Cooperation]; Tab 2 – Draft Of Speech For Ord Ti Teams (Wwii); Tab 3 – Speech On Metallurgy Of Foreign Auto Materials; [And] Tab 4 – Article On Material For The Franklin Institute, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

During World War II, the Ordnance Department was one of the army technical services. There were a number of technical services including the Chemical Warfare Service, the Army Medical Department, the Corps of Engineers, the Quartermaster Corps, the Signal Corps, and the Transportation Corps. The technical services were bureaus providing weapons, equipment, and services to the Army. They managed the careers of officers in their corresponding branches, and organized special military units. They also ran schools to train individual and military units in their specialties.

During World War II the emphasis of technical intelligence was foreign weapons and equipment. The ...


History Of Ordnance Technical Intelligence In World War Ii, Part 2: Areas Of Operation (Cbi, Cap, Eto, Mto, Natousa, Swpa, And Russia), Us Ordnance Department, Technical Branch, Robert Bolin , Depositor Jan 1946

History Of Ordnance Technical Intelligence In World War Ii, Part 2: Areas Of Operation (Cbi, Cap, Eto, Mto, Natousa, Swpa, And Russia), Us Ordnance Department, Technical Branch, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

During World War II, the Ordnance Department was one of the army technical services. There were a number of technical services including the Chemical Warfare Service, the Army Medical Department, the Corps of Engineers, the Quartermaster Corps, the Signal Corps, and the Transportation Corps. The technical services were bureaus providing weapons, equipment, and services to the Army. They managed the careers of officers in their corresponding branches, and organized special military units. They also ran schools to train individual and military units in their specialty.

During World War II the emphasis of technical intelligence was foreign weapons and equipment. The ...


The Battle Of Enemy Equipment: A Story Of Asf Enemy Equipment Intelligence Service Teams, Robert Bolin , Depositor Mar 1945

The Battle Of Enemy Equipment: A Story Of Asf Enemy Equipment Intelligence Service Teams, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This document was digitized by Jonathan Clemente who supplied it to Prof. Bolin.

This document is Special Technical Bulletin No. 5, 13 March 1945, issued by the Office of the Director of Intelligence, Army Service Forces.

The Enemy Equipment Intelligence Service Teams (EEIS) were personnel from the Army Technical Services – the Ordnance Department, Chemical Warfare Service, Quartermaster Corps, Signal Corps, Army Medical Department, and Transportation Corps – which were trained by the Army Service Forces to collect enemy equipment for use in the field and for evaluation in the field and in the continental United States.

Actually the Army Service Forces ...


Fm 11-35, Signal Corps Intelligence, 1942, Robert Bolin Oct 1942

Fm 11-35, Signal Corps Intelligence, 1942, Robert Bolin

DOD Military Intelligence

This manual describes the intelligence activities of the Signal Corps. At that time, the Signal Corps was a bureau within the Headquarters, Department of the Army, as well as a branch of the Army to which soldiers were commissioned and assigned. The Signal Corps developed and supplied the army with signal and photographic equipment, trained personnel and units for service with the forces in the field, provided the army with communications and photographic services, and provided communications, signal, and technical intelligence. This manual describes the intelligence responsibilities and functions of the Signal Corps and the role of signal intelligence units ...


Ordnance Department Order 327, Procedure For Handling Ordnance Materiel Received In This Country For Information, 19 August 1942, Chief Of Ordnance, Robert Bolin , Depositor Aug 1942

Ordnance Department Order 327, Procedure For Handling Ordnance Materiel Received In This Country For Information, 19 August 1942, Chief Of Ordnance, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This order outlines the procedures for handling foreign ordnance type materiel sent to this country for evaluation. It discusses the roles of the Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, a military installation subordinate to the Chief of Ordnance, and that of the Ordnance Intelligence Unit in the Technical Division of the Office of the Chief of Ordnance.

The modern US Army vision of the technical intelligence developed during World War II. Shortly before World War II, Army Technical Services had been instructed to set up intelligence sections in the offices of their chiefs. The technical services were bureaus which supplied weapons, equipment ...


Maine Forts, Henry E. Dunnack Jan 1924

Maine Forts, Henry E. Dunnack

Maine Collection

Maine Forts by Henry E. Dunnack, State Librarian.

Foreword by Percival P. Baxter, Govenor of Maine, State Capitol, Augusta - September 1, 1924.

Sections include: Introduction, Fort Machias, Fort Knox, Fort St.George's, Fort Edgecomb, Forts Popham and Baldwin, North and South Sugar Loaf Islands, Fort McClary, Indians and Their Wars, Fortifications in Maine , List of Old Forts.