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... but Bruton's background is too interesting for that explanation. Bruton had been a lawyer in Virginia before becoming a submarine commander. Eventually he rose to be Director of Naval Communications. In that capacity he had undertaken to reorganise the global system which the US Navy uses to communicate with and control movements of its submarines, surface ships, airplanes and missiles. (The system is also used to pinpoint the location of enemy vessels.) Bruton had supervised this top secret project until 1960 when he retired from the Navy and joined Collins Radio as Vice-president, where he continued to work on modernising and refining the Navy's communication system. (see Legend, Edward Jay Epstein, London 1978) ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Feb 1985  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue07/lob07-02.htm
62. Last Talons of the Eagle (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... speculation totters on these tiny foundations, the inclusion of such an item severely jeopardises any claim the authors have to writing a serious historical work. Have they never heard of St. Elmo's Fire? Or could a simple explanation just be legitimate disinformation from Allied intelligence agencies? And what about the Germans' known experiments with TV and radio-controlled anti-aircraft missiles? A top secret Nazi project is probably the least likely explanation. Some fresh information does emerge. The Russians captured an intact DFS 346 (a very high altitude reconnaissance jet) in 1945 and flew it on trials from 1946-52. It was 'cigar shaped'. Hyland and Gill don't mention that it flew, from time to time ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-18.htm
63. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... alumnus who is a columnist on The Washington Post and a member of its board. Applebaum's husband, an old Oxford friend of Johnson and David Cameron from Bullingdon Club days, is Radek Sikorski, a former employee of Rupert Murdoch in Eastern Europe and of the American Enterprise Institute. Sikorski is now leading the charge for the siting of US missiles around Russia in his capacity as Poland's Foreign Minister. Mention Poland in British politics and the name Denis McShane MP springs to mind. The son of a Polish émigré, McShane was, like Sikorski, deeply involved in Solidarity there before he rose to prominence in international relations, in his case as Foreign Office minister. He didn't manage ...
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... been carefully constructed by the 'new cold war' lobby whose patron was the Pentagon. Carroll's father was a victim of the system's drive to find a threat. In 1969, when head of the DIA, he tried to defend honest intelligence estimates when the military industrial system was trying to create a new threat from the Soviet deployment of Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABMs). This, said 'the hawks', meant a Soviet Union intent on having a 'first strike' capability. Not so, said the CIA and DIA. But the system's needs prevailed: CIA chief Helms went along with it; the author's father did not and was demoted; and the disputed National Intelligence Estimate was ...
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65. The meaning of the QinetiQ scandal [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... taken over the Army's firing ranges, a contract worth some £5-6 billion over 25 years. Now it leads the Metrix Consortium, that has been charged with implementing New Labour's Defence Training Rationalisation programme, or privatisation as it should more properly be called. The consortium also includes the giant US company, Raytheon (the world's largest manufacturer of missiles, cluster bombs and depleted uranium munitions) and, most scandalously, the Open University. It is intended to take over the training, not just of the British Armed Forces, but to become a major player in a world market for privatised military training. The proposed St Athan's Academy, outside Cardiff, will, the consortium hopes ...
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66. Starting Notes On The British In Vietnam [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... his Government's opposition to the war. The NSA co-ordinated all signals intelligence in SE Asia, and Little Sai Wan was linked to this operation. Its intercepts of North Vietnamese military traffic were used by American military command to target bombing strikes over the north. Together with NSA stations in Thailand and the Philippines, it also monitored North Vietnamese surface-to-air missile sites, enabling warnings to be relayed to bomber crews in mid-flight, allowing them to chose the safest air corridors to their targets. Such help by the British was explained away by the reference to Australian involvement. Diplomatic intercepts by GCHQ were also helpful to the US during the build-up to the 1972 Paris peace conference. President Nixon and ...
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... 7 March 1987) The DST did not have to wait long to get their revenge. The following month they broke the story that a cipher clerk in the French diplomatic service, Maurice Abrivard, had been a KGB spy for ten years up to his death in 1984, delivering diplomatic codes and important secrets about the installation of US Pershing missiles in Europe to the Soviet intelligence agency. It is the DGSE which is responsible for vetting embassy staff abroad. (Observer 12 April 1987) After humiliation at the hands of the DST, the DGSE had to cope with a revival of the Greenpeace affair from within the Action Service. No doubt to draw attention to the two captured ...
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68. Death of the Strong Man [Lobster #17 (Nov 1988)]
... manoeuvre, no doubt aimed at concealing the extent of foreign manipulation in Indian domestic affairs, failed when Swarup was later arrested. (7) With the November elections looming, the Pakistani military are keen to prove their innocence: on October 21st a senior Air Force officer, Air commodore Abbas Mirza, revealed that the investigation had ruled out missile attack or any structural fault on the C-130 Hercules, thus pointing to sabotage. (8) Any proof of foreign complicity in the crash will lead to questions about GUL and the ISI, its competence and its activities. With so many of the key operators and supporters of the arms channel dead, the Americans' main concern must ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Nov 1988  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue17/lob17-02.htm
69. Sources [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... Parkway, Des Moines, Iowa 50314. Try their home page at http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/verne_lyon. Bulletin from the Cold War International History Project Another enormous Bulletin from the Cold War International History Project is out. Issues 8-9 is 400 plus A4 pages with archive material on an wide range of subjects including: the Cuban missile crisis; the 1956 Polish and Hungarian crises; the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the Cuans in Southern Africa, and the collapse of detente in the late 1970s. Absolutely fascinating stuff. The long encounter between Alexander Haig and a Cuban minister, with Haig lecturing him on Cuba having no right to intervene in the affairs of other countries ...
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... intelligence gathered by the Defense Intelligence Agency showed that the 'Woodpecker' was the Soviet Union's first attempt to develop over-the-horizon-radar (OTHR). The first radar site was constructed in 1975. Shop tests were begun and were conducted for several years. It turned out that the electromagnetic signal was being attenuated while passing through the Polar Ionosphere. Of ten missiles launched, the radar could only guarantee detection of some.(6) 'Woodpecker' was the brainchild of F. Kuzminskiy, the chief designer, who later became the Director of NII (Scientific Research Institute). An internal power struggle between Kuzminskiy and Vladimir Ivanovich Markov, a Technical Science Advisor, brought the project to a halt ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue34/lob34-01.htm
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