Entries by Jim Red

Value and Handling of Prisoners in World War I

Published with Permission by: Lori S. Tagg, Command Historian, US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, AZ. “Prisoners or deserters constitute one of the most fruitful sources from which information of the enemy is obtained.” —Intelligence Regulations, American Expeditionary Forces, October 21, 1918 By the time of the Armistice ending World War I on […]

Scholarship Winner Naheed Vadsaria Publishes Book

UPDATE: August 2017 Tajik Hope: Reflections on Engaging Women in Kapisa Province. by Naheed Vadsaria Naheed Vadsaria is currently an MBA Candidate at at Johns Hopkins University. She won the Lint Center’s ‘Lee and Byun International Relations and Cultural Awareness’ Scholarship and wrote about how communication can be a difficult aspect of National Security for […]

New Operations Manager

It is with great pleasure that we can say that Amber Antony will become the new Operations Manager here at the Lint Center. Congratulations Amber! Amber began at the Lint Center a little over two years ago as a volunteer/internship application screener and then moved on to screening scholarship applicants and eventually managing all of […]

United Airlines Incident Provides Management Case Studies for Business Schools

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “United Airlines Incident Provides Management Case Studies for Business Schools”, Online Career Tips, 14 Apr. 2017, Web, http://onlinecareertips.com/2017/04/united-airlines-management-case-studies/ By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for In Cyber Defense and Contributor, In Homeland Security Last Sunday, security officials dragged paying passenger Dr. David Dao […]

Employees with Poor Grammar Affect Your Company Image

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Employees with Poor Grammar Affect Your Company Image”, Online Career Tips, 31 Mar. 2017, Web, http://onlinecareertips.com/2017/03/employees-grammar-company-image/ By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for In Cyber Defense and Contributor, In Homeland Security I teach a Management 100 class at American Military University called Human […]

Intelligence As A Career

Looking for a career in the field of Intel? Check this out: The Association Of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO) Has Released The 2017 Edition Of Their “Intelligence As A Career” Booklet.  

Ralph Van Deman and the Birth of Modern American Military Intelligence

Published with Permission by: Lori S. Tagg, Command Historian, US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, AZ. When the United States declared war on Germany on April 6, 1917, the US Army’s intelligence efforts were nearly non-existent.  Early attempts to gather information about foreign armies resulted in the creation of a Military Information Division […]

The Ability to Write Well Is An Asset for Any Career

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R. & Blanton, Doris, “The Ability to Write Well Is An Asset for Any Career”, Online Learning Tips, 7 Mar. 2017, Web, http://onlinelearningtips.com/2017/03/07/write-well-asset-career/ Co-Authored By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for In Cyber Defense and Contributor, In Homeland Security Co-Authored By Doris Blanton Faculty […]

Don’t Protect Your Valuable Photos the Way Grandpa Did

Published with Permission by: Lint, James R., “Don’t Protect Your Valuable Photos the Way Grandpa Did”, In Cyber Defense, 7 Mar. 2017, Web, http://incyberdefense.com/news/dont-protect-valuable-photos-way-grandpa/ Commentary By James Lint Faculty Member, School of Business, American Military University Senior Editor for In Cyber Defense and Contributor, In Homeland Security Today, most people take many more digital photos of family, […]

Sound Ranging in the Great War

Published with Permission by: Lori S. Tagg, Command Historian, US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, AZ. Private (later Sergeant) Jesse R. Hinman, a native of Astoria, Oregon, arrived on the Lorraine front after three months at the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) school in Langres, France.  Reaching Mandres on Sunday, March 10, 1918, he […]

World War I Counterintelligence Agents Get Their Man – February 1918

Published with Permission by: Lori S. Tagg, Command Historian, US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, AZ. On August 13, 1917, the US Army’s Military Intelligence Section (later elevated to Division) created the Corps of Intelligence Police (CIP) to protect American forces in France from sabotage and subversion. CIP agents also conducted special investigations, […]

Decoded Zimmermann Telegram Sets US on Path to War – January 1917

Published with Permission by: Lori S. Tagg, Command Historian, US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, AZ. “…we make Mexico a proposal of alliance on the following basis: make war together, make peace together, generous financial support and an understanding on our part that Mexico is to reconquer the lost territory in Texas, New […]

OPSEC Precautions For This Site

Source: http://news.nationalpost.com/arts/movies/jason-bourne-proves-why-computers-are-the-worst-thing-to-happen-to-the-spy-thriller-since-no-more-day-to-day-formalwear Things to keep in mind when interacting with The Lint Center, particularly when leaving comments or uploading photos: Defense conditions are classified secret, while force protection conditions are unclassified. Vulnerability of oconus installations to sabotage or penetration is classified secret if U.S. Intelligence information is made. The identity of units planned for deployment […]

Attacks Kill 120 and Wound Over 700 This Week Yet Public Outcry Scarce

The following was originally posted by Richard White on Insurgentsia.com: The world’s insurgentsia have been unusually active this week with attacks in Tunisia, Israel, Iraq, Turkey, and Ivory Coast. Interestingly, there has not been much public outcry (if any) in response to any of these attacks in the Western media — certainly not to the […]

Lint Center Announces Patrick M. Hughes, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, (Retired) Inspiration Scholarship

The Lint Center for National Security Studies is pleased to announce the Patrick M. Hughes, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, (Retired) Inspiration Scholarship ($500). The Lint Center is a non-profit charity that focuses on supporting the educational pursuits of the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence (CI) and National Security workers. Inspired by the legacy and leadership […]