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181. Kincoragate - Loose Ends [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... is secretary to the Duke at Arundel Castle. Closely involved with Wallace on psyops was Paratroop Colonel Maurice Tugwell, initially head of the Information Policy Unit. Tugwell has previously been an intelligence officer in Palestine, and had also served in Malaya, Cyprus, Arabia and Kenya. He stayed at Lisburn till March 1973, when he transferred to Iran as an instructor at the Imperial Armed Forces College. He was awarded the CBE the same year. In 1975 he went to Nottingham, and in 1976 he took up a defence fellowship at King's College, London, where he wrote a thesis on 'The Problems of Dealing with Revolutionary Propaganda'. Tugwell's job as Colonel General Staff ( ...
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182. The Activity, Grenada [Lobster #3 (Feb 1984)]
... with thousands of men supported by millions of dollars." (Guardian October 1983) James Watkins, the Chief of Naval Operations, bemoaned what he described as 'the emasculation of the human aspects of our intelligence services' due to the lack of agents in the field. The US, he claimed, had been largely unprepared for events in Iran, Nicaragua, Lebanon and Grenada. (Times 16th December 1983) It is reported that DCIA William Casey assigned the ISA a number of covert missions (Newsweek 10th October 1983) - including Grenada? The ground had been prepared in the media throughout 1983 in support of the inevitable invasion. (See Reagan's Big Lie in Covert Action ...
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