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View this collection (September 21, 2012) Admiral Sidney W. Truman’s challenge to craft an intelligence organization.

Each man marked his tenure with his unique brand of leadership that provided his successor with the foundation needed for the next step toward the Central Intelligence Agency of today.

A more formal Historical Review Program (HRP) was established by DCI Robert Gates in 1992.

Reaffirming the principle that the US government's records should be open to the public, the program called for significant historical information to be made available unless such release could cause damage to the national security interests of the United States. James Woolsey and John Deutch, and current Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet have supported a vigorous historical declassification program.

DI analysis did not explore the possibility that leaders might go to war--even at the risk of losing--to pursue political objectives.

According to an internal postmortem, Agency analysis was impaired by preconceptions about Arab military capabilities, information overload, rational actor modeling and groupthink.

Under guidelines laid out for the program, historical records are released except in instances where disclosure would damage national security-that is, for example, where it would reveal sensitive foreign government information or identify intelligence sources and methods that are currently in use and that are subject to denial and/or deception. (October 4, 2017) On 4 October 1957, the USSR successfully launched the earth satellite into space - an achievement that stunned the American public and press but not the US policy and intelligence communities.

The Historical Review Program coordinates the review of the documents with CIA components and other US Government entities before final declassification action is taken and the documents are transferred to the National Archives. CIA's Office of Scientific Intelligence (OSI), which was responsible for analyzing the USSR's satellite and missile programs, had reported on the advancements that would lead to this landmark event.

This study continues CIA’s efforts to provide a detailed record of the intelligence derived from clandestine human and technical sources from that period.

This intelligence was provided to US policy makers and used to assess the political and military balances and confrontations in Central Europe between the Warsaw Pact and NATO during the Cold War. Hillenkoetter and General William Bedell Smith accepted President Harry S.

(October 30, 2013) This collection consists of some 120 declassified documents, the majority of which are being released for the first time.

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