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17 Anthony R. Williams, “CIA Support to Enduring Freedom”, Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin (October-December 2002): 52. See also George J. Tenet, Director of Central Intelligence, Annual Report of the United States Intelligence Community: Support to the War on Terrorism and Homeland Security, 2002, available from http://www.cia.gov/cia/reports/Ann Rpt 2002/swtandhs.html; Internet; accessed 22 October

2003.

18 “Tracking Bin Laden Won’t Be Easy,” Associated Press, 15 September 2001, available from http://www.jsonline.com/new/nat/sep01/binladen-tracking91501.asp; Internet; accessed 31 January 2004. See also Rudi Williams, “Their Troops Quit When Taliban, Al Qaeda Leaders Break,” American Forces Press Service, 28 November 2001; available from http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Nov2001/n11282001_200111282.html; Internet; accessed 31 January 2004. See also Seymour M. Hersh, “Moving Targets,” Annals of National Security, The New Yorker, p.48, 15 December. 2003, 48-55.

19 Thom Shanker and James Risen, “Rumsfeld Weighs New Covert Acts by Military Units”; The New York Times (Late Edition (East Coast)), 12 August 2002, p. A-1 (1500 words) [database on-line]; available from Proquest; accessed 8 October 2003.

20 Douglas Waller, “The CIA’s Secret Army,” Time, 3 February 2003, Vol.161, Iss. 5, p.22 (3671 words)[database on-line]; available from Proquest; accessed 27 August 2003.

21 Dana Priest, CIA Killed US Citizen in Yemen Missile Strike; Action’s Legality, Effectiveness Questioned”; The Washington Post—Final Edition, 8 November 2002, p. A.01

(904 words)[database on-line]; available from Proquest; accessed 8 October 2003.

22 Dana Priest, CIA Killed US Citizen in Yemen Missile Strike; Action’s Legality, Effectiveness Questioned”; The Washington Post—Final Edition, 8 November 2002, p. A.01 (904 words)[database on-line]; available from Proquest; accessed 8 October 2003.

23 National Security Act of 1947, Public Law 235, 61 Stat.496, July 26, 1947, codified in various portions of Titles 10, 32, and 50 of the U.S. Code.

24 Executive Order 12333—United States Intelligence Activities, paragraph 3.4(h), 46 Federal Register 59941, 3 CFR, 1981 Comp., p.200; also available from http://www.cia.gov/cia/information/eo12333.html; Internet; accessed 9 February 2004.

25 Paul De la Garza, “Military Stashes Covert Millions,” St. Petersburg Times, 28 September 2003,p.1, available from https://www.us.army.mil/portal/jhtml/earlyBird/Sep2003/e20030929220187.html; Internet; accessed 29 September 2003.

26 COL Kathryn Stone, All Necessary Means—Employing CIA Operatives in a Warfighting Role Alongside Special Operations Forces; Strategy Research Project (Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College, 2003), 10-20. For a related article that argues against the DoD proposal to expand the role of SOF, see Lawrence J. Korb and Jonathan D. Tepperman, “Soldiers Should Not be Spying,” New York Times, 21 August, 2002, p. A.17 (812 words) [database on-line]; available from Proquest; accessed 17 August 2003.

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