Cuban Missile Crisis

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 9_JANUARY_STATUS_SUMMARY_ASA_OPS.PDFStatus summary for ASA operations
 FEBRUARY_STUDY_GROUP.PDFStudy group established to review reporting on Cuba
 NOVEMBER_SUMMARY_ARRANGEMENTS.PDFSummary of arrangements for representation at JCS
 26_OCTOBER_SUMMARY_COLLECTION_VESSEL_OPS.PDFSummary of collection vessel operations in September 62
 30_OCTOBER_SUMMARY_DIRNSA_MESSAGE.PDFSummary of DIRNSA msg on level of support possible for military services
 26_OCTOBER_SUMMARY_ELINT_COMINT.PDFSummary of ELINT and COMINT collection improvements in September 1962
 19_JUNE_SUMMARY_SOVIET_SHIPS.PDFSummary of Soviet ships in Cuban ports, as of 19 June 1963
 23_OCTOBER_SUMMARY.PDFSummary of the day's news
 26_OCTOBER_TEMP_TRANSFER.PDFTemporary transfer of ASA personnel during training for shipborne collection
 24_JULY_UNUSUAL_NUMBER.PDFUnusual number of Soviet passenger ships en route Cuba
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