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Panel Discussion: Near Real Time Imagery Intelligence How Will We Do It?
Author(s): Arthur A. Andraitis; Alfred C. Crane; George Daniels; Johnny Graham; Francis R. LaGesse
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Paper Abstract

This afternoon's panel discussion will address near real time imagery and intelligence--how will we do it? Our moderator is Arthur Andraitis, a consultant in intelligence reconnaissance systems and international marketing. He was commissioned in the United States Air Force out of the University of Idaho, and entered the Air Force in 1955 where he became an Image Intelligence Officer serving in a variety of intelligence and reconnaisance related assignments, including two tours each in Asia and Europe supporting tactical theater and national level operations. He also suffered through two Pentagon tours--one as Branch Chief of the Imagery Branch for the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence. He was the U. S. National Coordinator for two NATO intelligence and reconnaissance panels, and served several assignments in support of special operations, which included a year with the special forces in Viet Nam where he flew many missions in L-19s, 01 and assault helicopters. He has been an advisor on intelligence and reconnaissance matters to several foreign countries. In 1978 he retired from the United States Air Force, went to work for Itek, and then became an independent consultant in intelligence and reconaissance systems. I would like to introduce Art Andraitis.

Paper Details

Date Published: 20 February 1987
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 0694, Airborne Reconnaissance X, (20 February 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.936781
Show Author Affiliations
Arthur A. Andraitis, Reconnaissance Systems (United States)
Alfred C. Crane, Langley AFB (United States)
George Daniels, tactical Intelligence Systems Division/C3I (United States)
Johnny Graham, Aerial Systems/Eastman Kodak Co. (United States)
Francis R. LaGesse, Consultant (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0694:
Airborne Reconnaissance X
Paul A. Henkel; Francis R. LaGesse, Editor(s)

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