Military Intelligence Division (United States)

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The Military Intelligence Division was the military intelligence branch of the United States Army and United States Department of War from May 1917 (as the Military Intelligence Section, then Military Intelligence Branch in February 1918, then Military Intelligence Division in June 1918) to March 1942. It was preceded by the Military Information Division and the General Staff Second Division and in 1942 was reorganised as the Military Intelligence Service.[1]

History

World War One

[2] Corps of Interpreters American Expeditionary Force G2 Corps of Intelligence Police

Inter-War Years

Army G2 Black Chamber MI Officer Reserve Corps Signal Intelligence Service Devolution to G2 and S2

World War Two

Military Intelligence Service

See also

References

  1. ^ [1] Bigelow 2012: 13
  2. ^ [2] Bigelow 2012: 14
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