November 2004
Sea Power;Nov2004, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p48
Shares the author's exploits in naval intelligence in the U.S. Navy. Influences on his decision to join the organization; Reason for staying in the intelligence community; Satisfaction in the profession.


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