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POW/MIA Accounting - Cole, Paul M.
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This book, the second of a two-volume series entitled POW/MIA Accounting , summarizes the final four of the author's seven-year association with the U.S. government's program to account for military service members who went missing during America's historic conflicts. Based on hundreds of primary source documents including email and records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this volume is an unprecedented description of the extent of political interference in the science of human skeletal identification. The narrative in Volume 2 derives from the author's four-year experience as…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book, the second of a two-volume series entitled POW/MIA Accounting , summarizes the final four of the author's seven-year association with the U.S. government's program to account for military service members who went missing during America's historic conflicts. Based on hundreds of primary source documents including email and records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this volume is an unprecedented description of the extent of political interference in the science of human skeletal identification. The narrative in Volume 2 derives from the author's four-year experience as a member of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command's (JPAC) Central Identification Laboratory located at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on Oahu, Hawaii.
Autorenporträt
Paul M. Cole, an independent scholar with extensive experience in the US Department of Defense, is an established figure in the POW/MIA Accounting Community. The leak of his internal report on malfeasance in the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) resulted in two Congressional hearings, dozens of media reports around the world, and a comprehensive restructuring of the POW/MIA accounting program. Dr. Cole's three-volume RAND report, POW/MIA Issues (1994) has become a standard reference text. Dr. Cole received a PhD from the Johns Hopkins Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, MSFS from the Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh Graduate School of Foreign Service, and a B.A. from Gustavus Adolphus College.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Authorization, Policy, Implementation. and Oversight 2. The Accounting Program: Locate, Recover, Identify, and Return Chapter 3. Political Interference with Science 4. Exploitation of the Missing 5. Accounting for the Korean War Missing 6. To Moscow via Stockholm and Helsinki 7. Pentagon Briefing, Lunch with a KGB General 8. Congressional and DoD Action 9. Russia's Involvement In POW/MIA Affairs 10. US-Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIAs 11. Archive Research Follow-On Project 12. Final Project Briefing and RAND Report Published 13. Moscow, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, and East Germany 14. "Evil Creeps," Conspiracy Theorists and DPMO's Activities 15. Findings and Conclusions