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This is a digitized version of a xerographic copy.. It is the best copy available.. It was delivered to Prof. Bolin by Jonathan Clemente, a technical intelligence researcher.

This is an instructor’s folder (I-2914) from the Army General School at Ft. Riley, KS. The Army General School was a short-lived school that trained many Army officers during the late 1940s and early 1950s. One mission of the school was to teach officers the duties of intelligence officers in tactical commands. The Army General School is described in the Army Almanac (1950), page 377-378.

When this document was issued, it was marked “Restricted.”


This is a detailed description of the idealized organization and activities off medical and technical intelligence activities in the various echelons of the army. It also discusses intelligence in the Headquarters, Department of the Army, in the offices of the Surgeon General and the Chief Chemical Officer.