Reinhard Gehlen Organization
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by Kelbert Sinfuego Created on : October 20, 2012 Last Updated : October 22, 2012 World War II was a period in our history when numerous inhuman atrocities took place. However, if seen on a more positive note, it is also a period when people demonstrated their ability to solve technical problems through ingenuity, innovation and determination. When the war ended, advanced German weapons and technology were all of a sudden available for anyone to find. Realising the threat that may arise if rival countries were to find these technologies, the major political and military powers rushed to acquire German technology and scientists.
After admitting that the U.S. military has long trailed the private sector in technological innovation, the Air Force Research Laboratory is hoping to set up a program to temporarily swap employees with Silicon Valley giants to tap some of the valley's creativity. "There are a lot of advances and investigation in the private sector, and it's just hard to keep up when you're not in close communication with the folks that are involved," Jennifer Ricklin, chief technologist at the AFRL told Killer Apps during an Oct. 3 interview. "I'm thinking about tablets and smart phones and the big data issues and cloud computing -- all of these things that are transforming how our society operates and communicates."
The question of "Who really invented the Internet?" has been one of the technological issues in the current US presidential election. This is odd, because the Internet's history has been well documented , and most of the people involved are still alive. However, the controversy has less to do with technology than with the endless battle between publicly-funded good works and private enterprise. President Obama has identified the Internet as a public good produced by the US government.
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CIA Denial of Coddling Nazis Far From the Truth - Part 2 On 11 November 1954, thirty-nine of the German-born scientists who entered the United States through Project Paperclip were sworn in as U.S. citizens. Military Intelligence "cleansed" the files of Nazi references. By 1955, more than 760 German scientists had been granted citizenship in the U.S. and given prominent positions in the American scientific community. Many had been longtime members of the Nazi party and the Gestapo, had conducted experiments on humans at concentration camps, had used slave labor, and had committed other war crimes.
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Toward the close of WW2, there was a secret operation conceived and conducted by the US Navy under the military command of Admiral Byrd, who later settled the US Base at McMurdo Sound in Antarctica. The highly classified covert action was known as ‘Project Paperclip’.
Operation Paperclip was the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) program used to recruit the scientists of Nazi Germany for employment by the United States in the aftermath of World War II (1939–45). It was conducted by the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency (JIOA), and in the context of the burgeoning Soviet–American Cold War (1945–91); one purpose of Operation Paperclip was to deny German scientific knowledge and expertise to the USSR [ 1 ] and the UK [ 2 ] and to (divided) Germany itself. Although the JIOA's recruitment of German scientists began after the European Allied victory (8 May 1945), US President Harry Truman did not formally order the execution of Operation Paperclip until August 1945.
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James Hardesty Critchfield (1917 - April 22, 2003) was an officer of the US Central Intelligence Agency who rose to become the chief of its Near East and South Asia division. He also served as the CIA's national intelligence officer for energy in the 1970s and after he retired in 1974, he became an energy policy consultant in the Middle East, serving such clients as the Sultan of Oman.
Gehlen Organization or Gehlen Org was an intelligence agency established in June 1946 by U.S. occupation authorities in the United States Zone of Germany, and consisted of former members of the 12th Department of the Army General Staff ( Foreign Armies East , or FHO). It carries the name of Reinhard Gehlen .
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