INTELLIGENCE
ARMS CONTROL
ASAS/ENSCE
COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT
CORPORATE/INDUSTRIAL INTELLIGENCE
CORRELATION AND FUSION
ESPIONAGE
IMAGING AND PROCESSING
INDICATIONS AND WARNING
LAW ENFORCEMENT
OPEN SOURCE
REQUIREMENTS AND POLICY
SURVEILLANCE AND TARGETING
TECHNOLOGY
ORDER BACK ISSUES OF SIGNAL



ARMS CONTROL

"Computers Play Role in U.S. Counterproliferation Effort," Alfred Lieberman, Oct. 1993, p. 55.

"Vigilance Key to Maintaining Security," December 2000, p. 27.

ASAS/ENSCE

COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT

"Meteoric Changes Forecast In Intelligence Processes," Harry C. Banford, Jul. 1991, p. 89.

"New Intelligence Networks Improve Command, Control,"
LTCmdr. Michael S. Loescher, USN, Aug. 1990, p. 45.

"Responsive Communications Key to Army Intelligence," MGen. Paul E. Menoher, Jr., Oct. 1991, p. 61.

"System Extends Real-Time Intelligence to Theater Level,"
LTGen. Harry E. Soyster, USA, Sept. 1991, p. 70.

"Federal Agency Consortium Mobilizes Processing Assets," Jun. 1992, p. 105.

"Mobile Intelligence Unit Verifies Fielding Mettle," Aug. 1992, p. 49.

"New Technology Alters Support to Intelligence," Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), Oct. 1992, p. 59.

"Digital Intelligence Extends Army Force Projection Power," Aug. 1994, p. 33.

"Communications Links Vital to Managing Defense Intelligence," Robert K. Ackerman, Sept. 1995, p. 25.

"Vital Intelligence Technologies Converge on Information Systems," Robert K. Ackerman, April 1996, p. 35.

"Automation Boon Benefits U.S. Intelligence Community," Oct. 1996, p. 25.

"Small, Mobile Computer Offers Intelligence Community Boon,"
(Action Systems) Sean Patrick Burgess, May 1997, p. 41.

"Quest For Data No Obstacle To Air Intelligence Agency," July 1997, p. 63.

"Intelligence Community Thirst Leads to On-Line Database Well," Sept. 1997, p. 59.

"Radio Frequency Countermeasures Suite Protects Aircraft, maps Battlefield Threats,"
Frank Colucci, June 1999, p. 44

"Combat Surveillance Method Rolls Out Onto City Streets," June 1999, p. 93

"Defense Department Partners With Industry for Signals Intelligence,"
Joan C. Marburger, Dec. 1999, p. 79.

"Intelligence Architecture Augments Area Expertise With Data Access,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jan. 2000, p. 34.

"Army Sharpens The Tip of the Spear," Henry S. Kenyon, April 2001, p. 67.

"Protecting America With Information Technology,"
Lt. Gen. Joseph K. Kellogg Jr., USA and Mark Powell, June 2003, p. 35.

CORPORATE/INDUSTRIAL INTELLIGENCE

"Clever Tactics Deliver Actionable Data To Companies Eager to Gain Advantage,"
Maryann Lawlor, October 1999, p. 26.

"What Role Should Government Play in Business Intelligence?" October 1999, p. 30.

"Securing the Perimeter Virtually," February 2002, p. 57.

"Imagery Agency Lends a Hand on Reach-Back," Jan. 2003, p. 21.

"Building a Road To High Ground," Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2003, p. 21.

CORRELATION AND FUSION

"Team Helps Analysts Cope With Data Flood," Robert Ropelewski, Aug. 1993, p. 40.

"Sensor Fusion Exploitation Braces War Fighting Forces," Nov. 1994, p. 53.

"Quest For Data No Obstacle To Air Intelligence Agency," July 1997, p. 63.

"Intelligence Community Thirst Leads to On-Line Database Well," Sept. 1997, p. 59.

"Military Intelligence Expands Collection and Analysis Focus," Oct. 1997, p. 22.

"Intelligence Agencies Concoct Virtual Collaboration Benefits," Oct. 1997, p. 44.

"Superconductor Advances Expand Signal Reconnaissance Capabilities," Feb. 1999, p. 65

"Intelligence Architecture Augments Area Expertise With Data Access,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jan. 2000, p. 34.

"Fusion Center Concept Takes Root As Congressional Interest Waxes, April 2000, p. 47.

"Tactical Networking Program Takes Aim at Mobile Targets," Christian B. Sheehy, March 2001, p. 60.

"Bent Pipes, Intelligent Agents Aid Corps," Henry S. Kenyon, May 2001, p. 23.

"Littoral Battlespace Becomes Smaller," September 2001, p. 51.

"Joint Working Group Maps Coherent Modernization," David R. Zenker, October 2001, p. 31.

"Physical Disaster Propels Cybersecurity Initiatives," Clarence A. Robinson Jr., November 2001, p. 17.

"Networking System Spins Sensor Web." Maryann Lawlor, March 2002, p. 29.

"War Brings Intelligence Agency, Military Closer," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 2002, p. 17.

"Imagery Agency Lends a Hand on Reach-Back," Jan. 2003, p. 21.

ESPIONAGE

"Economic Spying by Foes, Friends Gains Momentum," Robert H. Williams, Jul. 1992, p. 56.

"Western Infrastructures Face Rogue Data Stream Onslaught," Jan. 1997, p. 31.

"Enterprise Maneuvers Deter Software Soldiers of Fortune," Maryann Lawlor, June 1999, p. 27

"Intelligence At A Crossroads," Robert K. Ackerman, October 2001, p. 17.

"Legacy Organizations Hinder Intelligence Effectiveness," April 2002, p. 39.

"Intelligence Re-engineers for Homeland Security," Nov. 2002, p.35.

IMAGING AND PROCESSING

"Image Alternatives Abound, Offering Tactical Bonanzas," Robert K. Ackerman, Aug. 1992, p. 37.

"Surveillance Proves Primary Need in Tactical Collection," Wayne P. Gagner, Aug. 1992, p. 41.

"Combat Commanders' Needs Color Intelligence Planning," Aug. 1992, p. 45.

"Central Imagery Office Eyes Common Standards, Systems," May 1993, p. 57.

"Low-Cost Imagery Processing Reaches Echelons Below Corps," Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1995, p. 47.

"Unmanned Surveillance Vehicle Grabs Over-the-Horizon Imagery,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept 1995, p. 15.

"Sea-Based Image Processing Aids Precision Weapon Strikes," Nov. 1995., p. 17.

"Imagery, Mapping Agency's Client Focus Drives Agility," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., April 1996, p. 39.

"Networks Enhance Tactical Warrior's Imagery Support," Dr. Annette J. Krygiel, May 1996, p. 65.

"Technology Supports Seamless Intelligence, Electronic Warfare," Edward J. Walsh, August 1996, p. 35.

"Eyes in the Skies Sharpen, New Complications Loom," Oct. 1996, p. 49.

"Commercial Satellites Bolster National Intelligence Imagery," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1997, p. 21.

"Hard Copy Imagery Yields to Enhancement, Enlargement," May 1997, p. 30.

"Computer Artistry Enhances Aerial Intelligence Imagery," Oct. 1997, p. 59.

"Biometrics Eclipse Passwords to Ensure Confidentiality, Privacy," Mar. 1998, p. 53.

"Laser-Based Targeting Assures Pinpoint Aerial Weapons Strikes David A. Brown, June 1998, p. 15.

"New Display Advances Brighten Situational Awareness Picture August 1998, p. 45.

"Visualizing Information Emerges As Major Element of Operations," Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1999, p. 17

"Commercial Software Offers Storage, Retrieval Solutions to Federal Agencies," Feb. 1999, p. 25

"Superconductor Advances Expand Signal Reconnaissance Capabilities," Feb. 1999, p. 65

"Industry Team Proposes Alternative Situational Awareness Technology,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1999, p. 37

"Imagery Agency Passes the Torch To Commercial Service Providers,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 1999, p. 42

"Smart System Classifies Data, Offers Options to Commanders," May 1999, p. 47

"Imagery's National Status Faces Questionable Future, " Dr. Mark M. Lowenthal, May 1999, p. 53

"Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Relays Pictures to Airborne Radar System," Mark H. Kagan, May 1999, p. 61

"Balkans Serve as Proving Ground For Operational Imagery Support,"
Robert K. Ackerman, October 1999, p. 17.

"Satellite Images Capture Picture Perfect Future," Maryann Lawlor, March 2001, p. 17.

"Commercial Eyes on the Battlefield Sharpen Focus," Robert K. Ackerman, March 2001, p. 25.

"Reports Examine U.S. Space-Faring Survival," Sharon Berry, April 2001, p. 57.

"Army Sharpens The Tip of the Spear," Henry S. Kenyon, April 2001, p. 67.

"Ground Forces Uplink To Orbital Sensors," April 2001, p. 70.

"Defense Intelligence Carves a New Niche," October 2001, p. 21.

"Moving to A Higher Orbit," Henry S. Kenyon, October 2001, p. 25.

"Commercial Imagery Aids Afghanistan Operations," Robert K. Ackerman, December 2001, p. 16.

"Space Joins Land, Sea and Air," Robert K. Ackerman, February 2002, p. 17.

"Afghanistan Imagery Reveals Snapshot of Future Challenges," February 2002, p. 21.

"Persistent Surveillance Comes Into View," Robert K. Ackerman, May 2002, p. 17.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors," August 2002, p. 63.

"Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection," Oct. 2002, p. 23.

"Imagery Agency Lends a Hand on Reach-Back," Jan. 2003, p. 21.

"We All Live in a See-All World," Maryann Lawlor, Jan 2003, p. 26.

" Seeing in a Different Light," Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.

"Commercial Imagery Contribution Grows," Mar. 2003, p. 57.

"Keeping Track of the Blue Force," July 2003, p. 37.

"Military Users Boost Commercial Imagery," Dec. 2003, p. 53.

INDICATIONS AND WARNING

"Alternative Path Advances Navy Surveillance System," Glenn W. Goodman, Jr., Sept. 1995, p. 29.

"Chemical, Radiation Detection Payloads Evaluate Unseen Atmospheric Threats,"
Maryann Lawlor, April 1996, p. 55.

"Direction-Finding Sensors Impart Tactical Vigilance," Nov. 1997, p. 43.

"Defense Department Partners With Industry for Signals Intelligence," Joan C. Marburger, Dec. 1999, p. 79.

"Synthesizing Capabilities Thwarts Growing Ballistic Missile Threat,"
Lt. Cmdr. Tina Bigelow, USN, Jan. 2000, p. 43.

"Robotic Vehicles Scout Out Future," Christian B. Sheehy, November 2000, p. 37

"Globalization, Instability Define Threat to West," Robert K. Ackerman, December 2000, p. 17.

"Vigilance Key to Maintaining Security," December 2000, p. 27.

"Army Sharpens The Tip of the Spear," Henry S. Kenyon, April 2001, p. 67.

"Reasoning System Thinks One Step Ahead of Adversary," Christian B. Sheehy, June 2001, p. 37.

"Defense Intelligence Carves a New Niche," October 2001, p. 21.

"Moving to A Higher Orbit," Henry S. Kenyon, October 2001, p. 25.

"Joint Working Group Maps Coherent Modernization," David R. Zenker, October 2001, p. 31.

"Physical Disaster Propels Cybersecurity Initiatives," Clarence A. Robinson Jr., November 2001, p. 17.

"Securing the Perimeter Virtually," February 2002, p. 57.

"Legacy Organizations Hinder Intelligence Effectiveness," April 2002, p. 39.

"War Brings Intelligence Agency, Military Closer," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 2002, p. 17.

"Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection," Oct. 2002, p. 23.

"Signal Intelligence System Uncovers Enemy Sites," Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 2002, p. 29 .

"Intelligence Re-engineers for Homeland Security," Nov. 2002, p.35.

"Chinese Naval Sonar Evolves From Foreign Influences," James C. Bussert, Dec. 2002, p. 57.

"Department of Homeland Security Takes Shape," Feb. 2003, p. 37.

"Researchers Leave Terrorists Nowhere to Hide," Feb. 2003, p. 43.

"Putting a Face on Invisible Danger," Robert Steele and Larry Panell, June 2003, p. 55.

LAW ENFORCEMENT

"Imaging Advances Impact Criminal Detection," Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.) Jun 1994 p. 13.

"Justice Department Seeks Defense Technologies Boost," Jun. 1994, p. 30.

"Identification System Aims To Modernize FBI Tracking," Paul A. Turk, Jun. 1994, p. 35.

"Seizing Criminal Assets Pays for Law Enforcement," Jun. 1994, p. 39.

"Information Age Technology Supports the War on Drugs," Jun. 1994, p. 43.

"Intellectual Property Owners Require Just Compensation," Rand G. Ellis, Oct. 1994, p. 17.

"National Effort Supports Law Enforcement Needs, " Beverly P. Mowery, Nov. 1995, p. 51.

"Law Enforcement Network Puts Finger on Fast-Footed Criminals,"
Sean Patrick Burgess, Oct. 1996, p. 47.

"Real-Time Imagery Data Analysis Broadens Sensor System Reach," Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 1996, p. 67.

"Small, Mobile Computer Offers Intelligence Community Boon,"
(Action Systems) Sean Patrick Burgess, May 1997, p. 41.

"Biometrics Eclipse Passwords to Ensure Confidentiality, Privacy," Mar. 1998, p. 53.

"Data Technology Changes the Face of On-Site Criminal Investigations,"
Michelle L. Hankins, April 1999, p. 57

"Software Supports the Case for Computerizing Law Enforcement," Mark H. Kagan, April 1999, p. 61

"Enterprise Maneuvers Deter Software Soldiers of Fortune," Maryann Lawlor, June 1999, p. 27

"Information Age Warfare Must Enlist Civilian Partnerships,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), June 1999, p. 65

"Combat Surveillance Method Rolls Out Onto City Streets," June 1999, p. 93

"British Police Gain National Fingerprint Search Capabilities," August 1999, p. VG 10.

"California Police Fight Crime With Laptop Computers," October 1999, p. VG 11.

"British Law Enforcement Employs Video Crime Busters," Dec. 1999, p. VG 12.

"Justice Upgrades Let Police Book Em Just Once" Dec. 1999, p. VG 15.

"Technology Did Not Create and Cannot Resolve Privacy Dilemma,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, Jan. 2000, p. 39.

"Deft Federal Burglar Alarms Receive Funding Jump-Start," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 2000, p. 17.

"Intelligence Is the Long Pole in The Information Operations Tent,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), Mar. 2000, p. 35.

"Collusion Detection Technology Hunts Down Insider Crime," Henry S. Kenyon, June 2000, p. 65.

"Cyberthreat Increases With Technology Proliferation," December 2000, p. 23.

"Vigilance Key to Maintaining Security," December 2000, p. 27.

"For Security, the Eyes Have It," March 2001, p. 56.

"Commercial Forces Unite to Combat Cyberthreats," April 2001, p. 40.

"Intelligence At A Crossroads," Robert K. Ackerman, October 2001, p. 17.

"Physical Disaster Propels Cybersecurity Initiatives," Clarence A. Robinson Jr., November 2001, p. 17.

"Cyberspace Sleuths Uncover Covert Connections," May 2002, p. 53.

"Biometric Defense In Depth," May 2002, p. 61.

"Noisemakers Called to Arms," July 2002, p. 43.

"Plowshares to Shields," Henry S. Kenyon, Oct. 2002, p. 39.

"One Wavelength For Readiness," Henry S. Kenyon, Nov. 2002, p. 59.

"Sound Surveillance Locates Shooters," Sharon Berry, June 2003, p. 51.

OPEN SOURCE

"Open Source Intelligence Clarifies Global Threats," Robert D. Steele, Sept. 1992, p. 65.

"Intelligence Aim Veers To Amassing Overt Information," Robert K. Ackerman, Aug. 1993, p. 37.

"Open Source Advantages Could Spark Intelligence Renaissance," April 1994, p. 45.

"Knowledge-Age Strategies Propel Software Over Steel," April 1994, p. 49.

"Quest For Data No Obstacle To Air Intelligence Agency," July 1997, p. 63.

"Intelligence Community Thirst Leads to On-Line Database Well," Sept. 1997, p. 59.

"Intelligence Architecture Augments Area Expertise With Data Access,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jan. 2000, p. 34.

"Intelligence Is the Long Pole in The Information Operations Tent,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), Mar. 2000, p. 35.

"Fusion Center Concept Takes Root As Congressional Interest Waxes," April 2000, p. 47.

"Intelligence At A Crossroads," Robert K. Ackerman, October 2001, p. 17.

"Physical Disaster Propels Cybersecurity Initiatives," Clarence A. Robinson Jr., November 2001, p. 17.

"Jolting Destruction Galvanizes U.S. Agencies To Walk the Walk," November 2001, p. 21.

"We All Live in a See-All World," Maryann Lawlor, Jan 2003, p. 26.

REQUIREMENTS AND POLICY

"Political Changes Improve Public Information Access," Arthur S. Hulnick, Sept. 1990, p. 105.

"Tighter Security Needed to Protect U.S. Intelligence," Kenneth E. deGraffenreid, Sept. 1990, p. 101.

"Intelligence Threat Changes Require Sharp U.S. Actions," Kenneth E. deGraffenreid, Dec. 1990, p. 67.

"Shifting Threat Moves Toward Lower Intensity Conflicts,"
James S. Hanke and John H. Crerar, Dec. 1990, p. 21.

"The Intelligence Role in Desert Storm," Gen. John A. Wickham, Jr., USA (Ret.), Apr. 1991, p. 12.

"World Economic Rivalry Poses Policy Challenges," Michelle K. Van Cleave, May 1991, p. 74.

"Intelligence Establishment Faces Cuts, Consolidation," Robert H. Williams, Jun. 1991, p. 76.

"Desert War Was Crucible For Intelligence Systems,"
MGen. James R. Clapper Jr., USAF, Sept. 1991, p. 77.

"Intelligence Agencies See Foreign Espionage Threats," Staff Report, Sept. 1991, p. 114.

"Intelligence Assets Boost Coast Guard Performance," Robert K. Ackerman, Sept. 1991, p. 81.

"Looking Ahead, Navy Views USSR as Most Potent Threat," Robert H. Williams, Sept. 1991, p. 74.

"U.S. Intelligence Responds To Changing '90s Missions," Robert H. Williams, Sept. 1991, p. 67.

"Intelligence Restructuring Sparks CIA, Hill Shoot-Out," Robert H. Williams, Jun. 1992, p. 99.

"Intelligence Reorganization Springs From Inside Forces," Aug. 1992, p. 28.

"Congress Reserves Option to Reorganize Intelligence," Aug. 1992, p. 33.

"Defense Intelligence Rigs For Varied Global Roles," Aug. 1992, p. 35.

"U.S. Intelligence Community Confronting New Structure, Missions and Leadership,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Feb. 1993, p. 15.

"Intelligence Community Seeks New Security Structure Role,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), May 1993, p. 61.

"Facing Regional Challenges Boosts Intelligence Urgency,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Aug. 1993, p. 11.

"Obscure Advisory Group Studies Foreign Intelligence,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.) Aug. 1993, p. 47.

"Intelligence Community Grasps Daring New Corporate Approach," Dec. 1993. p. 51.

"Maritime Intelligence Center Poised to Address New Era," Beverly T. Schaeffer, May 1994, p. 109.

"Information Advantage Offsets Declining U.S. Force Structure,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Aug. 1994, p. 15.

"Intelligence Leads Renaissance in Military Thinking," Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret,), Aug. 1994, p. 17.

"Intelligence Community Recasts Roles, Confronts Myriad Threats,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1994, p. 21.

"Commanders Pull Intelligence In Information Warfare Strategy," Aug. 1994, p. 29.

"Information Dominance Edges Toward New Conflict Frontier," Aug. 1994, p. 37.

"Intelligence Community Revamping Hinges on Targeting Decisions,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1995, p. 45.

"Facing Turbulence, Intelligence Community Revamps Internally,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), and Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., April 1995, p. 48.

"Army Intelligence Melds New Doctrine, Technologies," Dec. 1995, p. 39.

"Vital Spy Satellites Protect national Security Interests," Apr, 1997, p. 40.

"Intelligence Community Thirst Leads to On-Line Database Well," Sept. 1997, p. 59.

"Intelligence May Be Bent, But Not Broken," Lt. Gen. C. Norman Wood, USAF (Ret.), Oct. 1997, p. 14.

"Security Agency Finds Virtual Friends and Foes Collocated," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1997, p. 17.

"Legislators Spur Virtual Intelligence Environment," Oct. 1997, p. 27.

"Defense Intelligence Agency Spawns Distributed Security," Oct. 1997, p. 31.

"Intelligence Agencies Concoct Virtual Collaboration Benefits," Oct. 1997, p. 44.

"Intelligence Agency Adjusts As Mission Possible Unfolds," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1998, p. 17.

"Information Age Poses New Challenges to Intelligence," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 1998, p. 23.

"Air Intelligence Confronts New Geopolitical Realities," Oct. 1998, p. 27.

"Agile Intelligence Enterprise Offers Requisite Flexibility," Ronald D. Elliott, Oct. 1998, p. 79.

"Imagery's National Status Faces Questionable Future," Dr. Mark M. Lowenthal, May 1999, p. 53

"Information Age Warfare Must Enlist Civilian Partnerships,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), June 1999, p. 65

"Security Agency Transitions From Backer to Participant," October 1999, p. 23.

"Intelligence Is the Long Pole in The Information Operations Tent,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), Mar. 2000, p. 35.

"Fusion Center Concept Takes Root As Congressional Interest Waxes," April 2000, p. 47.

"Military Intelligence Looks Within," Robert K. Ackerman, October 2000, p. 16.

"Eliminating the Fog of War," Maryann Lawlor, October 2000, p. 21.

"Intelink Confronts Growing Pains," October 2000, p. 27.

"Outsourcing Trend Demands Closer Examination," James H. Ward, November 2000, p. 46.

"Globalization, Instability Define Threat to West," Robert K. Ackerman, December 2000, p. 17.

"Intelligence Funding Lags Growth of Global Menace," December 2000, p. 33.

"Crossed Wires Cause International Sparks," Henry S. Kenyon, March 2001, p. 35.

"Commercial Forces Unite to Combat Cyberthreats," April 2001, p. 40.

"Reports Examine U.S. Space-Faring Survival," Sharon Berry, April 2001, p. 57.

"Government Reorganization May Fortify Space Security," April 2001, p.59.

"Intelligence Agency Seeds Technology Entrepreneurs," April 2001, p. 64.

"British Defense Researchers Privatize With Public Aims," July 2001, p. 31.

"Intelligence At A Crossroads," Robert K. Ackerman, October 2001, p. 17.

"Defense Intelligence Carves a New Niche," October 2001, p. 21.

"Space Joins Land, Sea and Air," Robert K. Ackerman, February 2002, p. 17.

"Free World Nations Face Multifaceted Threats," Robert K. Ackerman, April 2002, p. 31.

"Legacy Organizations Hinder Intelligence Effectiveness," April 2002, p. 39.

"Intelligence Technology Development Accelerates," Robert K. Ackerman, June 2002, p. 27.

"Intelligence Re-engineers for Homeland Security," Nov. 2002, p.35.

"We All Live in a See-All World," Maryann Lawlor, Jan 2003, p. 26.

"Building a Road To High Ground," Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2003, p. 21.

"Commercial Coalition Tackles Security Complexities," Maryann Lawlor, Feb. 2003, p. 47.

"Transforming Military Intelligence," July 2003, p. 41.

"We Need a True Intelligence Partnership Now,"
Vice Adm. Herbert A. Browne, USN (Ret.) Oct 2003, p. 14.

"Defense Intelligence Seeks Triple-Threat Transformation," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct 2003, p. 17.

"Army Aims to Revolutionize Intelligence Process," Oct. 2003, p. 23.

"Horizontal Integration Challenges Intelligence Planners," Oct. 2003, p. 29.

"Sea Service Recruits Venture Capitalists," Dec. 2003, p. 31.

"Military Users Boost Commercial Imagery," Dec. 2003, p. 53.

"Government Spurs Agencies To Commercial Remote Sensing," Dec. 2003, p. 57.

"Pay and Personnel Record Keeping Turns Purple," Maryann Lawlor, Jan 04, p. 17.

"Health Experts Prepare For Regional Crises," Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 2004, p. 17.

"Defense Supply System To Out-Maneuver a Flexible Enemy," Feb 2004, p. 58.

SURVEILLANCE AND TARGETING

"Persistent Surveillance Comes Into View," Robert K. Ackerman, May 2002, p. 17.

"Synthesizing The big Picture," Henry S. Kenyon, June 2002, p. 17.

"Intelligence Technology Development Accelerates," Robert K. Ackerman, June 2002, p. 27.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors," August 2002, p. 63.

"Sea Service Sets Missile Defense Course," Clarence A. Robinson Jr., Sept. 2002, p. 39.

"Chinese Naval Sonar Evolves From Foreign Influences," James C. Bussert, Dec. 2002, p. 57.

"Imagery Agency Lends a Hand on Reach-Back," Jan. 2003, p. 21.

"We All Live in a See-All World," Maryann Lawlor, Jan 2003, p. 26.

"New Eye in the Sky," Apr 2003, p. 29. "Sound Surveillance Locates Shooters,"
Sharon Berry, June 2003, p. 51.

"Defense Intelligence Seeks Triple-Threat Transformation," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct 2003, p. 17.

"Army Aims to Revolutionize Intelligence Process," Oct. 2003, p. 23.

"Horizontal Integration Challenges Intelligence Planners," Oct. 2003, p. 29.

"Mobile Laser Offers Tactical Defense," Nov. 2003, p. 29.

"Israel Builds New Soldier System," Adam Baddeley, Nov. 2003, p. 61.

"Military Users Boost Commercial Imagery," Dec. 2003, p. 53.

"Small Satellite Offers Glimpse of the Future," Jan. 2004, p. 47.

"Artillery Eyes Provide Sight to Ground Forces," Cheryl Lilie, Jan. 2004, p. 59.

TECHNOLOGY

"Industry's Expanding Technology Lures Intelligence Agency Users," Aug. 1994, p. 25.

"Foreign Aerospace Technology Assessments Shape U.S. Security," Aug. 1994, p. 43.

"Ferreting Out Signals Closes Electronic Battlefield Breaches," July 95, p. 53.

"Aerial Intelligence Collection Decisively Sways Operations," Sept. 1995, p. 20

"Alternative Path Advances Navy Surveillance System," Glenn W. Goodman, Jr., Sept. 1995, p. 29.

"Intelligence System Design, Production Abides By New Procurement Directives,"
Gregory S. Rhoney, Sept. 1995, p. 33.

"Army Intelligence Melds New Doctrine, Technologies," Dec. 1995, p. 39.

"Technology Supports Seamless Intelligence, Electronic Warfare," Edward J. Walsh, August 1996, p. 35.

"Automation Boon Benefits U.S. Intelligence Community," Oct. 1996, p. 25.

"Modernized Iranian Navy Poses New Gulf Dilemma," James C. Bussert, Oct. 1996, p. 37.

"Intelligence Collection Targets Industry's Digital Data Storage," Apr. 1997, p. 45.

"Information Officers Disseminate, Protect Intelligence Agency Data," July 1997, p. 59.

"Intelligence Community Thirst Leads to On-Line Database Well," Sept. 1997, p. 59.

"Defense Intelligence Agency Spawns Distributed Security," Oct. 1997, p. 31.

"Computer Artistry Enhances Aerial Intelligence Imagery," Oct. 1997, p. 59.

"Private Sector Technology Moves Data Warehousing to Government May 1998, p. 37.

"Intelligence Agency Adjusts As Mission Possible Unfolds," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1998, p. 17.

"Air Intelligence Confronts New Geopolitical Realities," Oct. 1998, p. 27.

"Optical Correlator Invigorates Real-Time Pattern Recognition," Dec. 1998, p. 44.

"Highway 1 Promotes Technology Employment in Government Services," April 1999, p. VG 9

"Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Relays Pictures to Airborne Radar System," Mark H. Kagan, May 1999, p. 61

"Radio Frequency Countermeasures Suite Protects Aircraft, maps Battlefield Threats,"
Frank Colucci, June 1999, p. 44

"Fourth Wave Advanced Technologies Affect Electronic Intelligence, Warfare,"
Dr. Jude E. Franklin, Bruce B. Biggs and Darrell L. Ramey, June 1999, p. 87

"Combat Surveillance Method Rolls Out Onto City Streets," June 1999, p. 93

"Military Research Reorganization Consolidates Technologies, Goals," July 1999, p. 23.

"Defense Department Partners With Industry for Signals Intelligence,"
Joan C. Marburger, Dec. 1999, p. 79.

"Intelligence Architecture Augments Area Expertise With Data Access,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jan. 2000, p. 34.

"Technology Did Not Create and Cannot Resolve Privacy Dilemma,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, Jan. 2000, p. 39

"Information Technology"Servant, Not Master, of Operational Art,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), June 2000, p. 31.

"Photons and Electrons Nourish Blossoming Economic Prosperity," Maryann Lawlor, June 2000, p. 35.

"Advanced Systems Elevate Level Of Cooperation Between Troops," August 2000, p. 33.

"Technology Speeds Intelligence Imagery," October 2000, p. 35.

"Robotic Vehicles Scout Out Future," Christian B. Sheehy, November 2000, p. 37.

"Cyberthreat Increases With Technology Proliferation," December 2000, p. 23.

"Software System Slices Search Time," February 2001, p. 25.

"Satellite Images Capture Picture Perfect Future," Maryann Lawlor, March 2001, p. 17.

"Commercial Eyes on the Battlefield Sharpen Focus," Robert K. Ackerman, March 2001, p. 25.

"Network Management Moves to a New Level," March 2001, p. 41.

"For Security, the Eyes Have It," March 2001, p. 56.

"Tactical Networking Program Takes Aim at Mobile Targets," Christian B. Sheehy, March 2001, p. 60.

"Intelligence Agency Seeds Technology Entrepreneurs," April 2001, p. 64.

"Army Sharpens The Tip of the Spear," Henry S. Kenyon, April 2001, p. 67.

"Ground Forces Uplink To Orbital Sensors," April 2001, p. 70.

"Bent Pipes, Intelligent Agents Aid Corps," Henry S. Kenyon, May 2001, p. 23.

"Reasoning System Thinks One Step Ahead of Adversary," Christian B. Sheehy, June 2001, p. 37.

"Sensor Web Supports Tactical Teamwork,"
P. Michael Hoffman and Veronica Deschambault, September 2001, p. 47.

"Intelligence At A Crossroads," Robert K. Ackerman, October 2001, p. 17.

"Defense Intelligence Carves a New Niche," October 2001, p. 21.

"Moving to A Higher Orbit," Henry S. Kenyon, October 2001, p. 25.

"Joint Working Group Maps Coherent Modernization," David R. Zenker, October 2001, p. 31.

"Dressing the Wired Warrior," November 2001, p. 29.

"Afghanistan Imagery Reveals Snapshot of Future Challenges," February 2002, p. 21.

"Securing the Perimeter Virtually," February 2002, p. 57.

"Technology Empowers Information Operations in Afghanistan," Robert K. Ackerman, March 2002, p. 17.

"Networking System Spins Sensor Web." Maryann Lawlor, March 2002, p. 29.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors," August 2002, p. 63.

"Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection," Oct. 2002, p. 23.

"Signal Intelligence System Uncovers Enemy Sites," Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 2002, p. 29.

"Plowshares to Shields," Henry S. Kenyon, Oct. 2002, p. 39.

"Electricity Shifts The Currents of Ship Propulsion," Sharon Berry, Dec. 2002, p. 33.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine," Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Seeing in a Different Light," Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.

"Building a Road To High Ground," Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2003, p. 21.

"Unmanned Aircraft Spread Their Wings," Feb. 2003, p. 31.

"Researchers Leave Terrorists Nowhere to Hide," Feb. 2003, p. 43.

"Commercial Coalition Tackles Security Complexities," Maryann Lawlor, Feb. 2003, p. 47.

"New Eye in the Sky," Apr 2003, p. 29. "Army's Muddy Laboratory Sparkles," May 2003, p. 23.

"It Takes a Team to Support An Army of One," Sharon Berry, May 2003, p. 47.

"Protecting America With Information Technology,"
Lt. Gen. Joseph K. Kellogg Jr., USA and Mark Powell, June 2003, p. 35.

"Navigating Against Terrorism," June 2003, p. 47.

"Sound Surveillance Locates Shooters," Sharon Berry, June 2003, p. 51.

"Putting a Face on Invisible Danger," Robert Steele and Larry Panell, June 2003, p. 55.

"Computer Language Seeks Deeper Meaning," Henry S. Kenyon, June 2003, p. 59.

"Express Launch To Space," Henry S. Kenyon, July 2003, p. 27.

"Keeping Track of the Blue Force," July 2003, p. 37.

"Soldiers Dress For Success," Maryann Lawlor, Sept. 2003, p. 23.

"Robotics Concepts Take Shape," Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 2003, p. 16.

"Israel Builds New Soldier System," Adam Baddeley, Nov. 2003, p. 61.

"Small Satellite Offers Glimpse of the Future," Jan. 2004, p. 47.

"Artillery Eyes Provide Sight to Ground Forces," Cheryl Lilie, Jan. 2004, p. 59.

"Center Simulates Homeland Security," Feb. 2004, p. 27.


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