• Spy Radio in World War II: "Strategic Service Transmitter-Receiver Number 1" SSTR-1 OSS

    more at http://quickfound.net/ Circa 1943. "Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch... Instructional Film: Describes the radio transmitter-receiver unit used during World War II. Explains compactness and ease of concealment, and outlines operations in detail: selection of electrical outlet, battery, or combination of both as power unit; antenna, assembly parts, installation, frequency determination and receiver operation; parts installation, attachment of crystal equipment and transmitter operation." Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts. Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed ...

    published: 31 Oct 2014
  • DealerCMO Strategic Service

    DealerCMO is the automobile industry’s first “Interactive Results Agency”, with a core philosophy centered around a single principle: “Results Matter”. Our high performance track record of results can be attributed to execution and accountability in everything that we do. DealerCMO delivers a marketing strategy that integrates eight key result areas of interactive marketing within one agency. Through our results-oriented processes, we help dealers to position and brand their stores while increasing traffic to their websites, converting more traffic to sales, improving customer satisfaction and, most importantly, increasing dealership return on investment.. With DealerCMO on your team, you will have a strategy that proactively keeps you ahead of the internet’s curves and speed bumps...

    published: 26 Aug 2016
  • Strategic Service Management and Improvement Program

    Strategic Service Management and Improvement Program โปรแกรมการบริหารและปรับปรุงคุณภาพการบริการเชิงกลยุทธ์ รุ่น 1 โดย อ.ณัฐพัชร์ ล้อประดิษฐ์พงษ์ สถาบันเพิ่มผลผลิตแห่งชาติ

    published: 09 Nov 2012
  • Spy Training: "Undercover" circa 1944 OSS Office of Strategic Services Training Film; World War II

    more at http://quickfound.net World War II espionage training film for OSS (Office of Strategic Services, the precursor of the CIA) operatives. At the opening, a Lieutenant introduces Col. Henson Langdon Robinson, chief of OSS Schools and Training, who speaks briefly before the training film begins. NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4F6aqo3Yp8 Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ htt...

    published: 12 Oct 2014
  • Strategic Service Mashup

    The Opener for our Strategic Service Sunday on February 21, 2016. We are so grateful for all of our incredible volunteers! Song arrangement and inspiration credit: Kurt Hugo Schneider

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • Spy Training: "Undercover" ~ 1944 OSS Office of Strategic Services Training Film; World War II

    Intelligence & Espionage playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL190891145FBF33D4 more at http://quickfound.net World War II espionage training film for OSS (Office of Strategic Services, the precursor of the CIA) operatives. At the opening, a Lieutenant introduces Col. Henson Langdon Robinson, chief of OSS Schools and Training, who speaks briefly before the training film begins. Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the ...

    published: 01 Oct 2016
  • MarkPlus Master Class Workshop 2014 - The New Strategic Service Management

    Video ini merupakan dokumentasi MarkPlus Master Class Workshop 2014 - The New Strategic Service Management 2014 yang digelar di Philip Kotler Theater MarkPlus Main Campus, pada 2-6 Juni 2014. MarkPlus Master Class Workshop merupakan program pendidikan eksekutif yang membahas sales, brand, service, integrating marketing and finance, dan marketing secara komprehensif dengan durasi lima atau sepuluh hari. Program ini dirancang khusus untuk eksekutif dengan pengalaman kurang lebih 10 tahun yang sedang mempersiapkan kepemimpinan mereka dan perusahaannya dalam menghadapi persaingan yang semakin sengit di dunia bisnis.

    published: 09 Jun 2014
  • Strategic baggage innovation: "Baggage as a Service"

    The strategic ‘Baggage as a service’ initiative is conducted under the guidance of ACI-Europe, and in cooperation with the PASSME project supervised by Delft University, Vanderlande and Schiphol Group. It focuses on three key areas: the development of airport baggage infrastructure (internal and external), the development of necessary IT support and assessing future passenger demands and the role of social media. The programme is geared towards identifying solutions that extend beyond existing optimisation programmes; passenger-oriented and creating innovative business models. This requires involvement from all partners in the baggage chain, including airports, airlines, handlers, IT and other service providers. Baggage as a service aims to develop a strategic baggage innovation agenda...

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • Spy Radio in World War II: "Strategic Service Transmitter-Receiver Number 1" SSTR-1 part 2-2 OSS

    more at http://quickfound.net/ NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2qENm9XNCk Circa 1943. "Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch... Instructional Film: Describes the radio transmitter-receiver unit used during World War II. Explains compactness and ease of concealment, and outlines operations in detail: selection of electrical outlet, battery, or combination of both as power unit; antenna, assembly parts, installation, frequency determination and receiver operation; parts installation, attachment of crystal equipment and transmitter operation." Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was...

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • Strategic Service Sunday

    John 13:1-15

    published: 14 Aug 2017
  • Strategic Service

    Used to demonstrate the point that a church needs many volunteers to run smoothly, and that one man can't do everything.

    published: 23 Mar 2006
  • Sweet Spot Living "Strategic Service"

    Today Lead Pastor John Hampton will continue with our series "Sweet-Spot Living". Today we are going to look at the role that serving plays in our spiritual formation, but not just any kind of service; specifically strategic service. Our Scripture text comes from 1 Corinthians chapter 12 starting verse 4. If these video messages have been a blessing to you, please consider giving online at http://www.journeychristian.com Journey Christian Church 1965 South Orange Blossom Trail Apopka, FL 32703 Services: Saturday at 6:00PM Sunday at 9:30AM and 11:15AM 407-88-GRACE (884-7223) Journey Christian Church Mount Dora Services: 10:30 AM at Mount Dora High School Auditorium 700 N Highland St, Mount Dora, FL 32757 Mount Dora Office: 2060 N Donnelly St, Mount Dora, FL 32757 352-729-3770

    published: 18 May 2014
  • Deployment through STRATEGIC Service Store

    Application deployment through STRATEGIC Service Store Music Track : Moonlight Reprise by Kai Engel http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_04_Moonlight_Reprise

    published: 12 May 2016
  • 7503NSC Lecture 1 - Introduction, Basic Economics, Strategic Service & Planning Principles

    published: 20 Jan 2015
  • Presenting STRATEGIC Service Store

    Presentation of STRATEGIC Service Store usage.

    published: 07 Oct 2016
  • Strategic Service Pt1

    October 1, 2017 OVCN needs YOU. Every follower of Jesus is divinely enabled to help build up the Body of Christ. Pastor Craig encourages us to use our spiritual gifts, uniquely bestowed upon each of us by God. We can do more together than we could ever do on our own!

    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • Amtrak - A Strategic Vision for Customer Service

    published: 31 May 2012
  • Strategic Service Pt3

    October 15, 2017 Be a difference-maker for somebody! Don't just "go to church"... belong to OVCN by serving. Pastor Chris Collins urgently calls us to seize the moment and get involved, because it is vital to our development as followers of Christ. Serving must be our priority as our church grows.

    published: 16 Oct 2017
  • Tibetan "Break Dancing" (from "Inside Tibet") 1943 OSS (Office of Strategic Services)

    more at http://quickfound.net/links/history_search_and_news.html This excerpt from "Inside Tibet" shows a dancing performance-competition at Lhasa by a troupe of Kamba dancers who live off "the bounty of their audiences... This particular troupe is considered the most talented in all Tibet." Full film "Inside Tibet" (39 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fgEaS825eA Inside Tibet: Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch "On the journey of a U.S. military and diplomatic mission from Gangtok, India, to Lhasa, Tibet during World War II..." Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was ...

    published: 29 Dec 2015
  • Portland Community Church Core Value 4 - Strategic Service

    Portland Community Church holds these 5 principles to be Core Values, uniting us as a church body around a common faith and mission. Our 4th Core Value is Strategic Service. Service has the greatest impact when people are serving in areas of their spiritual giftedness and in alignment with the mission of the church. God's people are called to steward their spiritual gifts, their time and their resources.

    published: 23 Jun 2017
  • Achieve Marketing Success By Design with Strategic Services

    Customers achieve Modern Marketing success with Oracle Marketing Cloud Strategic Services by employing data-driven methods, innovative best practices, and personalization to align marketing strategies with unique business needs.

    published: 11 Aug 2015
  • OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES REPORT ON GERMAN MORALE 1944 27824

    Made in 1944 by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), A REPORT ON GERMAN MORALE examines the German war machine and the methods used by the Nazis to control morale, despite huge battlefield reversals. Designed for armed forces consumption only, this is an unusually interesting film not only for the use of enemy footage throughout, but also for its attitudes. As Theodore Huff pointed out, "It rather gleefully seizes on German civilian misery as a propagandist weapon to be exploited, the very tactics that were deplored in Frank Capra's earlier "Why We Fight" series of films." At this point, any means of shortening the war must be embraced. The film includes a great deal of German home front footage, including preparation for air raids and repair of damage due to air raids in the opening ...

    published: 01 Jul 2016
  • Inside Tibet pt2-3 1943 Office of Strategic Services ( OSS ) 14min

    video for embedding at http://quickfound.net/links/history_search_and_news.html NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with much improved sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fgEaS825eA Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch "On the journey of a U.S. military and diplomatic mission from Gangtok, India, to Lhasa, Tibet during World War II. The party journeys through Natu La and Kechu La passes, stops at the British trail station, Gyantse, reviews troops of Tropji Regiment and is ferried across the Brahmaputra River. Scenes of Tibetan natives, terrain, travel facilities, housing,a New Year religious festival, the Dalai Lama's palaces in Lhasa, monasteries and other religious buildings." part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G_d5UNlJQs part 3: http:/...

    published: 12 Oct 2011
  • Strategic Management in a Changing Public Sector

    John Alford (BA Monash, MBA, PhD Melbourne) is Professor of Public Sector Management at the Melbourne Business School (MBS), University of Melbourne, and the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG). His research focuses on strategic management in the public sector, contracting and partnering, public managers’ political astuteness, and client-organisation relationships. Strategic Management in a Changing Public Sector focuses on how to be strategic in the challenging context of today's public service. It offers frameworks and concepts for making sense of these public sector realities and shaping coherent ways of tackling them.

    published: 13 Oct 2014
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Spy Radio in World War II: "Strategic Service Transmitter-Receiver Number 1" SSTR-1 OSS

Spy Radio in World War II: "Strategic Service Transmitter-Receiver Number 1" SSTR-1 OSS

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more at http://quickfound.net/ Circa 1943. "Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch... Instructional Film: Describes the radio transmitter-receiver unit used during World War II. Explains compactness and ease of concealment, and outlines operations in detail: selection of electrical outlet, battery, or combination of both as power unit; antenna, assembly parts, installation, frequency determination and receiver operation; parts installation, attachment of crystal equipment and transmitter operation." Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts. Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://militaryradio.com/spyradio/sstr1.html ...The SSTR-1 "Suitcase Radio" Probably the most famous clandestine radio used by OSS personnel was the SSTR-1 set. It was a portable HF receiver, transmitter, and power supply combination that was typically carried in a "suitcase". RDR was involved in the development (see the "RDR Corp." section), as was Pioneer Electric and Research in Forest Park, Illinois. A manufacturer of the SSR-1 receiver is reported to have been Finch Telecommunications of Passaic, NJ [ref. 28, page 233]. Major Henry Shore, a former RCA employee, was in charge of the development of the SSTR-1. Shore wanted RCA labs in NYC to work on the project, but they were much too busy with other wartime projects, so it was agreed that an RCA employee, Earl Anderson, would work at home on his own time. Anderson was given one of the existing AC/DC sets as a starting point, but he had to make major design changes, especially in the transmitter. According to Dean Cortright, the dimensions of the units were chosen so that they could fit inside a typical European loaf of bread. During the war, updates were made to the design, which resulted in changes in the specifications. Receivers went up to at least version "G", and transmitters to version "E". National Archives photos show at least 5 variations of the SST-1, each of which is different from the SST-1-E pictured below [see Brunner, ref. 28, pages 234-235]. One variant includes an RF ammeter to indicate antenna current, while 3 other variants appear to have a round filler panel to replace the meter with an antenna tuner knob that is marked 'RF Amperes' in conjunction with a resonance indicator lamp. The Archives photos also show two variants of the SSR-1 that are each different from the SSR-1-G pictured below. One of the SSR-1 models appears to be a very early version, as it covers 2.7-16 MC (not 17 MC), and uses a 0-100 tuning dial that is not calibrated for frequency... SSTR-1 notes from a user: It had a single 6L6 as a tri-tet oscillator/final and had 10 watts power output. However opening the long slender case the 6L6 was mounted horizontally and could be immersed in a jar of motor oil. Then with a better power supply I could turn this into 50 or more watts. Also with more filtering it would follow a bug at 25 wpm, which it would not do so before. There was also an ancillary unit which was a power amplifier using a single 815 tube and a pi-coupler antenna tuner in the same enclosure. The thermocouple device [battery charger] was [nicknamed] the YTB-1 ("Yak Turd Burner"). The official nomenclature of the YTB-1 was the SSP-3. The SSR-1 receiver was noted for drifting. We used to remove the screws from the case and remove the guts from the case just a bit, and using a pencil to move the case slightly back and forth it was nudged back to frequency...
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DealerCMO Strategic Service

DealerCMO Strategic Service

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DealerCMO is the automobile industry’s first “Interactive Results Agency”, with a core philosophy centered around a single principle: “Results Matter”. Our high performance track record of results can be attributed to execution and accountability in everything that we do. DealerCMO delivers a marketing strategy that integrates eight key result areas of interactive marketing within one agency. Through our results-oriented processes, we help dealers to position and brand their stores while increasing traffic to their websites, converting more traffic to sales, improving customer satisfaction and, most importantly, increasing dealership return on investment.. With DealerCMO on your team, you will have a strategy that proactively keeps you ahead of the internet’s curves and speed bumps while positioning your dealership for success and increased profits.
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Strategic Service Management and Improvement Program

Strategic Service Management and Improvement Program

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2012
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Strategic Service Management and Improvement Program โปรแกรมการบริหารและปรับปรุงคุณภาพการบริการเชิงกลยุทธ์ รุ่น 1 โดย อ.ณัฐพัชร์ ล้อประดิษฐ์พงษ์ สถาบันเพิ่มผลผลิตแห่งชาติ
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Spy Training: "Undercover" circa 1944 OSS Office of Strategic Services Training Film; World War II

Spy Training: "Undercover" circa 1944 OSS Office of Strategic Services Training Film; World War II

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more at http://quickfound.net World War II espionage training film for OSS (Office of Strategic Services, the precursor of the CIA) operatives. At the opening, a Lieutenant introduces Col. Henson Langdon Robinson, chief of OSS Schools and Training, who speaks briefly before the training film begins. NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4F6aqo3Yp8 Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_of_Strategic_Services The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was a United States intelligence agency formed during World War II. It was the wartime intelligence agency, and a predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The OSS was formed in order to coordinate espionage activities behind enemy lines for the branches of the United States Armed Forces. Other functions of the OSS included the use of propaganda, subversion, and post-war planning... Origin Prior to the formation of the OSS, American intelligence had been conducted on an ad-hoc basis by the various departments of the executive branch, including the State, Treasury, Navy, and War Departments. It had no overall direction, coordination, or control. The US Army and US Navy had separate code-breaking departments: Signals Intelligence Service and OP-20-G... The FBI was responsible for domestic security and anti-espionage operations. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was concerned about American intelligence deficiencies. On the suggestion of William Stephenson, the senior British intelligence officer in the western hemisphere, Roosevelt requested that William J. Donovan draft a plan for an intelligence service based on the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) and Special Operations Executive. Colonel Donovan was employed to evaluate the global military position in order to offer suggestions concerning American intelligence requirements because the U.S. did not have a central intelligence agency. After submitting his work, "Memorandum of Establishment of Service of Strategic Information," Colonel Donovan was appointed as the "Co-ordinator of Information" on July 11, 1941 heading the new organization known as the office of the Coordinator of Information (COI). Thereafter the organization was developed with the assistance of the British... The British immediately made available their short-wave broadcasting capabilities to Europe, Africa and the Far East and provided equipment for agents until American production was established. The Office of Strategic Services was established by a Presidential military order issued by President Roosevelt on June 13, 1942, to collect and analyze strategic information required by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and to conduct special operations not assigned to other agencies... After victory in Europe in May 1945, the OSS was better able to concentrate on operations in Japan. One month after the war was won in the Pacific Theater of Operations, on September 20, 1945, President Truman signed Executive Order 9621, which came into effect as of October 1, 1945. Thus in the following days from September 20, 1945, the functions of the OSS were split between the Department of State and the Department of War. The State Department received the Research and Analysis Branch of OSS which was renamed the Interim Research and Intelligence Service or (IRIS) and headed by U.S. Army Colonel Alfred McCormack. This was later renamed the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. The War Department took over the Secret Intelligence (SI) and Counter-Espionage (X-2) Branches, which were then housed in a new office created for just this purpose—the Strategic Services Unit (SSU). The Secretary of War appointed Brigadier General John Magruder (formerly Donovan's Deputy Director for Intelligence in OSS) as the director to oversee the liquidation of the OSS, and more importantly, the preservation of the clandestine intelligence capability of the OSS. In January 1946, President Truman created the Central Intelligence Group (CIG) which was the direct precursor to the CIA. The assets of the SSU, which now constituted a streamlined "nucleus" of clandestine intelligence, was transferred to the CIG in mid-1946 and reconstituted as the Office of Special Operations (OSO). Next, the National Security Act of 1947 established the United States's first permanent peacetime intelligence agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, which then took up the functions of the OSS. The direct descendant of the paramilitary component of the OSS is the Special Activities Division of the CIA...
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Strategic Service Mashup

Strategic Service Mashup

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The Opener for our Strategic Service Sunday on February 21, 2016. We are so grateful for all of our incredible volunteers! Song arrangement and inspiration credit: Kurt Hugo Schneider
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Spy Training: "Undercover" ~ 1944 OSS Office of Strategic Services Training Film; World War II

Spy Training: "Undercover" ~ 1944 OSS Office of Strategic Services Training Film; World War II

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  • Duration: 1:01:29
  • Updated: 01 Oct 2016
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Intelligence & Espionage playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL190891145FBF33D4 more at http://quickfound.net World War II espionage training film for OSS (Office of Strategic Services, the precursor of the CIA) operatives. At the opening, a Lieutenant introduces Col. Henson Langdon Robinson, chief of OSS Schools and Training, who speaks briefly before the training film begins. Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_of_Strategic_Services The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was a United States intelligence agency formed during World War II. It was the wartime intelligence agency, and a predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The OSS was formed in order to coordinate espionage activities behind enemy lines for the branches of the United States Armed Forces. Other functions of the OSS included the use of propaganda, subversion, and post-war planning... Origin Prior to the formation of the OSS, American intelligence had been conducted on an ad-hoc basis by the various departments of the executive branch, including the State, Treasury, Navy, and War Departments. It had no overall direction, coordination, or control. The US Army and US Navy had separate code-breaking departments: Signals Intelligence Service and OP-20-G... The FBI was responsible for domestic security and anti-espionage operations. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was concerned about American intelligence deficiencies. On the suggestion of William Stephenson, the senior British intelligence officer in the western hemisphere, Roosevelt requested that William J. Donovan draft a plan for an intelligence service based on the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) and Special Operations Executive. Colonel Donovan was employed to evaluate the global military position in order to offer suggestions concerning American intelligence requirements because the U.S. did not have a central intelligence agency. After submitting his work, "Memorandum of Establishment of Service of Strategic Information," Colonel Donovan was appointed as the "Co-ordinator of Information" on July 11, 1941 heading the new organization known as the office of the Coordinator of Information (COI). Thereafter the organization was developed with the assistance of the British... The Office of Strategic Services was established by a Presidential military order issued by President Roosevelt on June 13, 1942, to collect and analyze strategic information required by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and to conduct special operations not assigned to other agencies... After victory in Europe in May 1945, the OSS was better able to concentrate on operations in Japan. One month after the war was won in the Pacific Theater of Operations, on September 20, 1945, President Truman signed Executive Order 9621, which came into effect as of October 1, 1945. Thus in the following days from September 20, 1945, the functions of the OSS were split between the Department of State and the Department of War. The State Department received the Research and Analysis Branch of OSS which was renamed the Interim Research and Intelligence Service or (IRIS) and headed by U.S. Army Colonel Alfred McCormack. This was later renamed the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. The War Department took over the Secret Intelligence (SI) and Counter-Espionage (X-2) Branches, which were then housed in a new office created for just this purpose—the Strategic Services Unit (SSU). The Secretary of War appointed Brigadier General John Magruder (formerly Donovan's Deputy Director for Intelligence in OSS) as the director to oversee the liquidation of the OSS, and more importantly, the preservation of the clandestine intelligence capability of the OSS. In January 1946, President Truman created the Central Intelligence Group (CIG) which was the direct precursor to the CIA. The assets of the SSU, which now constituted a streamlined "nucleus" of clandestine intelligence, was transferred to the CIG in mid-1946 and reconstituted as the Office of Special Operations (OSO). Next, the National Security Act of 1947 established the United States's first permanent peacetime intelligence agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, which then took up the functions of the OSS. The direct descendant of the paramilitary component of the OSS is the Special Activities Division of the CIA...
https://wn.com/Spy_Training_Undercover_~_1944_Oss_Office_Of_Strategic_Services_Training_Film_World_War_Ii
MarkPlus Master Class Workshop 2014 - The New Strategic Service Management

MarkPlus Master Class Workshop 2014 - The New Strategic Service Management

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  • Updated: 09 Jun 2014
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Video ini merupakan dokumentasi MarkPlus Master Class Workshop 2014 - The New Strategic Service Management 2014 yang digelar di Philip Kotler Theater MarkPlus Main Campus, pada 2-6 Juni 2014. MarkPlus Master Class Workshop merupakan program pendidikan eksekutif yang membahas sales, brand, service, integrating marketing and finance, dan marketing secara komprehensif dengan durasi lima atau sepuluh hari. Program ini dirancang khusus untuk eksekutif dengan pengalaman kurang lebih 10 tahun yang sedang mempersiapkan kepemimpinan mereka dan perusahaannya dalam menghadapi persaingan yang semakin sengit di dunia bisnis.
https://wn.com/Markplus_Master_Class_Workshop_2014_The_New_Strategic_Service_Management
Strategic baggage innovation: "Baggage as a Service"

Strategic baggage innovation: "Baggage as a Service"

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  • Updated: 22 Feb 2017
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The strategic ‘Baggage as a service’ initiative is conducted under the guidance of ACI-Europe, and in cooperation with the PASSME project supervised by Delft University, Vanderlande and Schiphol Group. It focuses on three key areas: the development of airport baggage infrastructure (internal and external), the development of necessary IT support and assessing future passenger demands and the role of social media. The programme is geared towards identifying solutions that extend beyond existing optimisation programmes; passenger-oriented and creating innovative business models. This requires involvement from all partners in the baggage chain, including airports, airlines, handlers, IT and other service providers. Baggage as a service aims to develop a strategic baggage innovation agenda with a long-term view, resulting in a baggage action plan for both ACI-Europe and the industry. More information on http://www.baggageasaservice.com
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Spy Radio in World War II: "Strategic Service Transmitter-Receiver Number 1" SSTR-1 part 2-2 OSS

Spy Radio in World War II: "Strategic Service Transmitter-Receiver Number 1" SSTR-1 part 2-2 OSS

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  • Updated: 23 Mar 2012
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more at http://quickfound.net/ NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2qENm9XNCk Circa 1943. "Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch... Instructional Film: Describes the radio transmitter-receiver unit used during World War II. Explains compactness and ease of concealment, and outlines operations in detail: selection of electrical outlet, battery, or combination of both as power unit; antenna, assembly parts, installation, frequency determination and receiver operation; parts installation, attachment of crystal equipment and transmitter operation." Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://militaryradio.com/spyradio/sstr1.html ...The SSTR-1 "Suitcase Radio" Probably the most famous clandestine radio used by OSS personnel was the SSTR-1 set. It was a portable HF receiver, transmitter, and power supply combination that was typically carried in a "suitcase". RDR was involved in the development (see the "RDR Corp." section), as was Pioneer Electric and Research in Forest Park, Illinois. A manufacturer of the SSR-1 receiver is reported to have been Finch Telecommunications of Passaic, NJ [ref. 28, page 233]. Major Henry Shore, a former RCA employee, was in charge of the development of the SSTR-1. Shore wanted RCA labs in NYC to work on the project, but they were much too busy with other wartime projects, so it was agreed that an RCA employee, Earl Anderson, would work at home on his own time. Anderson was given one of the existing AC/DC sets as a starting point, but he had to make major design changes, especially in the transmitter. According to Dean Cortright, the dimensions of the units were chosen so that they could fit inside a typical European loaf of bread. During the war, updates were made to the design, which resulted in changes in the specifications. Receivers went up to at least version "G", and transmitters to version "E". National Archives photos show at least 5 variations of the SST-1, each of which is different from the SST-1-E pictured below [see Brunner, ref. 28, pages 234-235]. One variant includes an RF ammeter to indicate antenna current, while 3 other variants appear to have a round filler panel to replace the meter with an antenna tuner knob that is marked 'RF Amperes' in conjunction with a resonance indicator lamp. The Archives photos also show two variants of the SSR-1 that are each different from the SSR-1-G pictured below. One of the SSR-1 models appears to be a very early version, as it covers 2.7-16 MC (not 17 MC), and uses a 0-100 tuning dial that is not calibrated for frequency... SSTR-1 notes from a user: It had a single 6L6 as a tri-tet oscillator/final and had 10 watts power output. However opening the long slender case the 6L6 was mounted horizontally and could be immersed in a jar of motor oil. Then with a better power supply I could turn this into 50 or more watts. Also with more filtering it would follow a bug at 25 wpm, which it would not do so before. There was also an ancillary unit which was a power amplifier using a single 815 tube and a pi-coupler antenna tuner in the same enclosure. The thermocouple device [battery charger] was [nicknamed] the YTB-1 ("Yak Turd Burner"). The official nomenclature of the YTB-1 was the SSP-3. The SSR-1 receiver was noted for drifting. We used to remove the screws from the case and remove the guts from the case just a bit, and using a pencil to move the case slightly back and forth it was nudged back to frequency...
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Strategic Service Sunday

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Strategic Service

Strategic Service

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Used to demonstrate the point that a church needs many volunteers to run smoothly, and that one man can't do everything.
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Sweet Spot Living "Strategic Service"

Sweet Spot Living "Strategic Service"

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Today Lead Pastor John Hampton will continue with our series "Sweet-Spot Living". Today we are going to look at the role that serving plays in our spiritual formation, but not just any kind of service; specifically strategic service. Our Scripture text comes from 1 Corinthians chapter 12 starting verse 4. If these video messages have been a blessing to you, please consider giving online at http://www.journeychristian.com Journey Christian Church 1965 South Orange Blossom Trail Apopka, FL 32703 Services: Saturday at 6:00PM Sunday at 9:30AM and 11:15AM 407-88-GRACE (884-7223) Journey Christian Church Mount Dora Services: 10:30 AM at Mount Dora High School Auditorium 700 N Highland St, Mount Dora, FL 32757 Mount Dora Office: 2060 N Donnelly St, Mount Dora, FL 32757 352-729-3770
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Deployment through STRATEGIC Service Store

Deployment through STRATEGIC Service Store

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Application deployment through STRATEGIC Service Store Music Track : Moonlight Reprise by Kai Engel http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/Irsens_Tale/Kai_Engel_-_Irsens_Tale_-_04_Moonlight_Reprise
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7503NSC Lecture 1 - Introduction, Basic Economics, Strategic Service & Planning Principles

7503NSC Lecture 1 - Introduction, Basic Economics, Strategic Service & Planning Principles

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Presenting STRATEGIC Service Store

Presenting STRATEGIC Service Store

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Presentation of STRATEGIC Service Store usage.
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Strategic Service Pt1

Strategic Service Pt1

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October 1, 2017 OVCN needs YOU. Every follower of Jesus is divinely enabled to help build up the Body of Christ. Pastor Craig encourages us to use our spiritual gifts, uniquely bestowed upon each of us by God. We can do more together than we could ever do on our own!
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Amtrak - A Strategic Vision for Customer Service

Amtrak - A Strategic Vision for Customer Service

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Strategic Service Pt3

Strategic Service Pt3

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October 15, 2017 Be a difference-maker for somebody! Don't just "go to church"... belong to OVCN by serving. Pastor Chris Collins urgently calls us to seize the moment and get involved, because it is vital to our development as followers of Christ. Serving must be our priority as our church grows.
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Tibetan "Break Dancing" (from "Inside Tibet") 1943 OSS (Office of Strategic Services)

Tibetan "Break Dancing" (from "Inside Tibet") 1943 OSS (Office of Strategic Services)

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more at http://quickfound.net/links/history_search_and_news.html This excerpt from "Inside Tibet" shows a dancing performance-competition at Lhasa by a troupe of Kamba dancers who live off "the bounty of their audiences... This particular troupe is considered the most talented in all Tibet." Full film "Inside Tibet" (39 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fgEaS825eA Inside Tibet: Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch "On the journey of a U.S. military and diplomatic mission from Gangtok, India, to Lhasa, Tibet during World War II..." Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibet The history of a unified Tibet begins with the rule of Songtsän Gampo (604--650 CE) who united parts of the Yarlung River Valley and founded the Tibetan Empire. He also brought in many reforms and Tibetan power spread rapidly creating a large and powerful empire. It is traditionally considered that his first wife was the Princess of Nepal, Bhrikuti, and that she played a great role in establishment of Buddhism in Tibet. In 640 he married Princess Wencheng, the niece of the powerful Chinese emperor Taizong of Tang China. Under the next few Tibetan kings, Buddhism became established as the state religion and Tibetan power increased even further over large areas of Central Asia, while major inroads were made into Chinese territory, even reaching the Tang's capital Chang'an (modern Xi'an) in late 763. However, the Tibetan occupation of Chang'an only lasted for fifteen days, after which they were defeated by Tang and its ally, the Turkic Uyghur Khaganate... Tibet continued as a Central Asian empire until the mid-9th century... Between 1346 and 1354, Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen toppled the Sakya and founded the Phagmodrupa dynasty. The following 80 years saw the founding of the Gelug school (also known as Yellow Hats) by the disciples of Je Tsongkhapa, and the founding of the important Ganden, Drepung, and Sera monasteries near Lhasa. In 1578, Altan Khan of the Tümed Mongols gave Sonam Gyatso, a high lama of the Gelugpa school, the name Dalai Lama; Dalai being the Mongolian translation of the Tibetan name Gyatso, or "Ocean". The first Europeans to arrive in Tibet were the Portuguese missionaries António de Andrade and Manuel Marques in 1624. They were welcomed by the King and Queen of Guge, and were allowed to build a church and to introduce Christian belief. The king of Guge eagerly accepted Christianity as an offsetting religious influence to dilute the thriving Gelugpa and to counterbalance his potential rivals and consolidate his position. All missionaries were expelled in 1745... Emerging with control over most of mainland China after the Chinese Civil War, the People's Republic of China incorporated Tibet in 1950 and negotiated the Seventeen Point Agreement with the newly crowned 14th Dalai Lama's government, affirming the People's Republic of China's sovereignty but granting the area autonomy. After the Dalai Lama government fled to Dharamsala, India during the 1959 Tibetan Rebellion, it established a rival government-in-exile. Afterwards, the Central People's Government in Beijing renounced the agreement and began implementation of the halted social and political reforms. During the Great Leap Forward between 200 thousand and 1 million Tibetans died, and approximately 6,000 monasteries were destroyed around the Cultural Revolution. In 1980, General Secretary and reformist Hu Yaobang visited Tibet, and ushered in a period of social, political, and economic liberalization. At the end of the decade, however analogously to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, monks in the Drepung and Sera monasteries started protesting for independence, and so the government halted reforms and started an anti-separatist campaign. Human rights organisations have been critical of the Beijing and Lhasa governments' approach to human rights in the region when cracking down on separatist convulsions that have occurred around monasteries and cities, most recently in the 2008 Tibetan unrest.
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Portland Community Church Core Value 4 - Strategic Service

Portland Community Church Core Value 4 - Strategic Service

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Portland Community Church holds these 5 principles to be Core Values, uniting us as a church body around a common faith and mission. Our 4th Core Value is Strategic Service. Service has the greatest impact when people are serving in areas of their spiritual giftedness and in alignment with the mission of the church. God's people are called to steward their spiritual gifts, their time and their resources.
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Achieve Marketing Success By Design with Strategic Services

Achieve Marketing Success By Design with Strategic Services

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Customers achieve Modern Marketing success with Oracle Marketing Cloud Strategic Services by employing data-driven methods, innovative best practices, and personalization to align marketing strategies with unique business needs.
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OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES  REPORT ON GERMAN MORALE 1944 27824

OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES REPORT ON GERMAN MORALE 1944 27824

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Made in 1944 by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), A REPORT ON GERMAN MORALE examines the German war machine and the methods used by the Nazis to control morale, despite huge battlefield reversals. Designed for armed forces consumption only, this is an unusually interesting film not only for the use of enemy footage throughout, but also for its attitudes. As Theodore Huff pointed out, "It rather gleefully seizes on German civilian misery as a propagandist weapon to be exploited, the very tactics that were deplored in Frank Capra's earlier "Why We Fight" series of films." At this point, any means of shortening the war must be embraced. The film includes a great deal of German home front footage, including preparation for air raids and repair of damage due to air raids in the opening minutes, anti-aircraft fire against Allied planes and images of downed allied planes and captured American airmen at the 3:30 mark, German gun camera footage at 4:30 and a German ace discussing his victories. A German newsreel "The Front Show" (Dei Deutsche Wochenschau) is seen at 7:45, with German pilots scrambling into the skies, troops demolishing Russian installations on the Eastern Front and mining railroad tracks and bridges. The real situation of course on the Russian Front was awful and is seen starting at 10:56, with Goebbels lecturing the home front and managing to keep civilian opinion in check. At 12:15, German troops are seen, and described as "good, professional soldiers" who are still fighting because they remain confident. At 13:23, Germany's new weapons including the Me-323 transport plane are seen, a doodle bug tank at 13:30 which is equipped with an explosive device,, and V-1 Buzz Bombs seen at 14:00. A downed V-1 is seen and examined and the V-2 mentioned. Hitler is seen at the 16:10 mark, from a German newsreel. The elite SS is discussed at 16:30, as "trained murderers" who are taught lies about their racial superiority. Heinrich Himmler is seen at 16:53. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Inside Tibet pt2-3 1943 Office of Strategic Services ( OSS ) 14min

Inside Tibet pt2-3 1943 Office of Strategic Services ( OSS ) 14min

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video for embedding at http://quickfound.net/links/history_search_and_news.html NEW VERSION in one piece instead of multiple parts, and with much improved sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fgEaS825eA Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch "On the journey of a U.S. military and diplomatic mission from Gangtok, India, to Lhasa, Tibet during World War II. The party journeys through Natu La and Kechu La passes, stops at the British trail station, Gyantse, reviews troops of Tropji Regiment and is ferried across the Brahmaputra River. Scenes of Tibetan natives, terrain, travel facilities, housing,a New Year religious festival, the Dalai Lama's palaces in Lhasa, monasteries and other religious buildings." part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G_d5UNlJQs part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEZ-BZvuxDc from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibet : The history of a unified Tibet begins with the rule of Songtsän Gampo (604--650 CE) who united parts of the Yarlung River Valley and founded the Tibetan Empire. He also brought in many reforms and Tibetan power spread rapidly creating a large and powerful empire. It is traditionally considered that his first wife was the Princess of Nepal, Bhrikuti, and that she played a great role in establishment of Buddhism in Tibet. In 640 he married Princess Wencheng, the niece of the powerful Chinese emperor Taizong of Tang China. Under the next few Tibetan kings, Buddhism became established as the state religion and Tibetan power increased even further over large areas of Central Asia, while major inroads were made into Chinese territory, even reaching the Tang's capital Chang'an (modern Xi'an) in late 763. However, the Tibetan occupation of Chang'an only lasted for fifteen days, after which they were defeated by Tang and its ally, the Turkic Uyghur Khaganate... Tibet continued as a Central Asian empire until the mid-9th century... Between 1346 and 1354, Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen toppled the Sakya and founded the Phagmodrupa dynasty. The following 80 years saw the founding of the Gelug school (also known as Yellow Hats) by the disciples of Je Tsongkhapa, and the founding of the important Ganden, Drepung, and Sera monasteries near Lhasa. In 1578, Altan Khan of the Tümed Mongols gave Sonam Gyatso, a high lama of the Gelugpa school, the name Dalai Lama; Dalai being the Mongolian translation of the Tibetan name Gyatso, or "Ocean". The first Europeans to arrive in Tibet were the Portuguese missionaries António de Andrade and Manuel Marques in 1624. They were welcomed by the King and Queen of Guge, and were allowed to build a church and to introduce Christian belief. The king of Guge eagerly accepted Christianity as an offsetting religious influence to dilute the thriving Gelugpa and to counterbalance his potential rivals and consolidate his position. All missionaries were expelled in 1745... Emerging with control over most of mainland China after the Chinese Civil War, the People's Republic of China incorporated Tibet in 1950 and negotiated the Seventeen Point Agreement with the newly crowned 14th Dalai Lama's government, affirming the People's Republic of China's sovereignty but granting the area autonomy. After the Dalai Lama government fled to Dharamsala, India during the 1959 Tibetan Rebellion, it established a rival government-in-exile. Afterwards, the Central People's Government in Beijing renounced the agreement and began implementation of the halted social and political reforms. During the Great Leap Forward between 200 thousand and 1 million Tibetans died, and approximately 6,000 monasteries were destroyed around the Cultural Revolution. In 1980, General Secretary and reformist Hu Yaobang visited Tibet, and ushered in a period of social, political, and economic liberalization. At the end of the decade, however analogously to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, monks in the Drepung and Sera monasteries started protesting for independence, and so the government halted reforms and started an anti-separatist campaign. Human rights organisations have been critical of the Beijing and Lhasa governments' approach to human rights in the region when cracking down on separatist convulsions that have occurred around monasteries and cities, most recently in the 2008 Tibetan unrest.
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Strategic Management in a Changing Public Sector

Strategic Management in a Changing Public Sector

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John Alford (BA Monash, MBA, PhD Melbourne) is Professor of Public Sector Management at the Melbourne Business School (MBS), University of Melbourne, and the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG). His research focuses on strategic management in the public sector, contracting and partnering, public managers’ political astuteness, and client-organisation relationships. Strategic Management in a Changing Public Sector focuses on how to be strategic in the challenging context of today's public service. It offers frameworks and concepts for making sense of these public sector realities and shaping coherent ways of tackling them.
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