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This is an excellent description of the history of Army technical intelligence during World War II. It gives good descriptions of technical intelligence in the various theaters of operation and of the lessons learned from each. The experience in the Pacific Theater was highlighted. The use of a Technical Intelligence Company in the Pacific has proven an influential model for the organization of technical intelligence in the field in later wars. The first part of the document is an outline showing how to present the material to the students. The final 8 pages are a summary of the material covered in the course for use by the students.
Given that this was written a few years after World War II, this may well have been written by officers with practical experience with technical intelligence operations during the war.