Analyze two operations that utilized national security

Research and analyze two operations that utilized national security or military counterintelligence (either offensive or defensive functions).

Analyze two operations that utilized national security

Counterintelligence Operations

Firstly, research and analyze two operations that utilized national security or military counterintelligence (either offensive or defensive functions).

Secondly, what were the specific challenges to counterintelligence for each operation?

Thirdly, compare and contrast how counterintelligence measures changed over the particular time periods of the operations.

Fourthly, Example time periods may include early American history to WWI, WWI to WWII, WWII, the Cold War, the post-Cold War/pre-9/11 era, post-9/11, etc.

Further, put the operation and the lessons learned within the context of how it may have influenced the development of the current U.S. National Counterintelligence Strategy of 2016

(https://www.dni.gov/files/NCSC/documents/Regulations/National_CI_Strategy_2016.pdf).

Technical Requirements:

– (5) Pages (the Title and Reference pages do not count towards the minimum limit).
– (5) Scholarly and credible references are to be used books, (peer-reviewed journals, articles, archived documents, etc.).
– Times New Roman, 12 point, double space.
– Chicago Style

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Counterintelligence operations

Proactive 
activities 
designed to 
identify, 
exploit,neutralize, or 
deter 
foreign 
intelligence 
collection 
and 
terrorist 
activities 
directed 
against 
the 
Department of 
Defense 
(DOD).
Operations 
are 
conducted 
to: 
manipulate, 
disrupt, 
neutralize, 
and/or 
destroy 
the 
effectiveness of 
foreign 
intelligence 
activities; 
recruit or 
induce 
defection 
offoreign 
intelligence 
officers 
and 
personnel; 
collect 
threat 
information on 
foreign 
intelligence 
operations, 
modusoperandi, 
intelligence 
requirements, 
targeting, 
objectives, 
personalities, 
communications, 
capabilities, 
limitations,and 
vulnerabilities; 
provide 
information 
and 
operations 
databases to 
support 
decision 
makers; 
provide 
counterintelligence 
(CI) 
support to 
clandestine 
human 
intelligence 
operations; 
identify 
post, 
ongoing, or 
planned 
espionage; 
support 
force 
protection, 
operations 
other 
than 
war, 
and 
peacekeeping; 
acquire 
foreign 
intelligence 
espionage 
equipment 
for 
analysis 
and 
countermeasures 
development; 
develop 
operational 
data, 
threat 
data, 
and
espionage 
leads 
for 
future CI 
operations, 
investigations, 
and 
projects 
and 
develop 
the 
potential of 
these 
leads to 
enhance 
DOD 
security 
overall; 
and 
support 
specific 
Chairman of 
the 
Joint 
Chiefs 
ofStaff, 
DOD, 
also 
national 
plans. 
See 
also 
counterintelligence; 
operation.

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