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KESHAV MAZUMDAR
ADVISOR IN INTELLIGENCE AND AMERICAN COIN WAR TACTICS
Regn No:A7949976535G TAMPA USA

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Under Review: He has written the Doctrines for Indian Army's Intelligence/CI Corps

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AUTHORIZATION OF SR VP AND ANTITERRORIST KESHAV MAZUMDAR TO TRAIN SECURITY FORCES GLOBALLY



Performance Review Excerpts -KESHAV MAZUMDAR

‘’He is more than qualified to conduct training of security forces  in a vast number of Intelligence, Crisis and Terrorism Recognition and Response, intelligence led policing and counterintelligence in anti-terrorism & COIN operations.

Keshav has retired Admirals and Generals chairing training committees under him who have expressed their appreciation for his abundance of knowledge and his motivation to the furtherance of setting the world standards in terrorism response’’. (Keith Flannigan , Certification Chairman , ATAB , USA +1-703-310-7482))

Seconded by : Admital Peter Kikareas (NATO)

‘’I highly recommend him to be nominated as Fellow of New WestMinster College,Canada.His excellent knowledge of current intelligence/counterintelligence practices in combating terrorism/insurgency renders him ideal for imparting training to security forces.His latest book on counterintelligence and ES2 is rich in ‘’the need of the hour’’ actionable intelligence and counterintelligence TTP.’’

Prof John M Nomikos Dir RIEAS  European Intelligence Academy Athens   +302109911214


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FEMA Training Courses for

Community Preparation Teams (CPT)

 To prepare each Oath Keepers Community Preparedness Team member for duty a thorough understanding of the concepts and terminology of disaster response should be mastered. With that goal in mind, the following list of FEMA courses have been put together.  Each course is independent of the other and students will receive a completion certificate at the end of each course.  Please save them to your computer and provide copies to CPT Team Leaders at the email below for record keeping purposes.  To access the training courses go to www.fema.govand type the course name in the search bar.  You may find additional information at www.Ready.gov. 

 It is the desire of the Fredericksburg Chapter leadership that everyone participates in this training. If you have any questions, please contact me at the number below.


Basic Course List:(Not necessarily in Order)

IS-100.B: Introduction to Incident Management System, ICS-100

    http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-100.b

IS-200.B: ICS for Single Resource and Initial Action Incidents

     http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-200.b

IS-700.A: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

   http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-700.a

IS-800.B: National Response Framework, An Introduction

     http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-800.b

IS-0317 - Introduction to Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)

     http://emilms.fema.gov/IS0317/

IS-22: Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness

     http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-22

IS-55.A: Household Hazardous Materials – A Guide for Citizens

     http://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-55.a


 This is some real eye opening information about 9-11

After you watch the first one click on part two and three.  This information is shocking and all documented.
 
 
 
 

Nothing but the facts.  This is a great short clip to provide the actual facts and numbers dealing with guns in America.: Keith Flanigan

If you think guns are a problem in the U.S. You should watch this.
If, on the other hand, you do not believe guns are a problem then you should watch this.
It’s that good . . . 
 
Be sure to watch until the end
 
 
 
 





CIA Library

Updates to The World Factbook, World Leaders, Studies in Intelligence, Historical Collection Division, CIA Maps and Featured Stories about CIA history and publication.

1 - The World Factbook
2 - Soviet Navy: Intelligence and Analysis During the Cold War
3 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.61, No.1
4 - World Leaders
5 - CIA and the Wars in Southeast Asia, 1947–75
6 - President's Daily Brief: Delivering Intelligence to Nixon and Ford
7 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.60, No.2
8 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.60, No.1
9 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.4
10 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.3
11 - President's Daily Brief: Delivering Intelligence to Kennedy and Johnson
12 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.2
13 - Official OSS Exhibition Catalogue
14 - Notes From Our Attic: A Curator's Pocket History of the CIA
15 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.1
1 - The World Factbook

<p>Check out the latest update to <i><b>The World Factbook</b></i>:</p> <ul> <li>A new set of "Population distribution" fields - describing the dispersion of the populace within a country - has been included for all of the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa under both the ‘Geography’ and 'People & Society' categories. The countries of the Western Hemisphere, Europe, North Africa, and Asia were previously introduced; additional areas of the world will be added in coming weeks.</li> </ul>

9/8/2017 11:30:00 AM

2 - Soviet Navy: Intelligence and Analysis During the Cold War

<b>Publication:</b> Posted new publication, Soviet Navy: Intelligence and Analysis During the Cold War

9/6/2017 8:45:00 AM

3 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.61, No.1

<p>June 19, 2017 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 61, Number 1. (March 2017)</li> <li> Featuring: "A Climb to Freedom: A Personal Journey in Virginia Hall’s Steps." #OSS75</li></ul>

6/19/2017 5:30:00 PM

4 - World Leaders

<p>Visit <b>World Leaders</b> for a look at these updates:</p> <ul> <li>Updated <i> Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments</i> with updated entries for Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bolivia, Central African Republic, China, Cuba, Germany, Iraq, Israel, Mauritius, Morocco, the Netherlands, North Korea, South Sudan, Sudan, Switzerland, and Venezuela. Changes reflect updates in leadership, positions, or the spellings of officials’ names in the country listings during the period January 14 to February 7, 2017. </li></ul>

2/13/2017 7:00:00 AM

5 - CIA and the Wars in Southeast Asia, 1947–75

<b>Publication:</b> New Anthology: CIA and the Wars in Southeast Asia, 1947–75

10/12/2016 11:20:00 AM

6 - President's Daily Brief: Delivering Intelligence to Nixon and Ford

<b>Publication:</b> Posted new publication, President's Daily Brief: Delivering Intelligence to Nixon and Ford.

8/24/2016 11:10:00 AM

7 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.60, No.2

<p>July 25, 2016 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 60, Number 2.</li></ul>

7/25/2016 12:30:00 PM

8 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.60, No.1

<p>March 30, 2016 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 60, Number 1.</li></ul>

3/30/2016 1:17:03 PM

9 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.4

<p>February 8, 2016 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 59, Number 4.</li></ul>

2/8/2016 12:15:00 PM

10 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.3

<p>September 29, 2015 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 59, Number 3.</li></ul>

9/29/2015 8:57:03 AM

11 - President's Daily Brief: Delivering Intelligence to Kennedy and Johnson

<b>Publication:</b> Posted new publication, President's Daily Brief: Delivering Intelligence to Kennedy and Johnson.

9/16/2015 11:15:00 AM

12 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.2

<p>July 10, 2015 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 59, Number 2.</li></ul>

7/10/2015 2:41:55 PM

13 - Official OSS Exhibition Catalogue

<b>Publication:</b> Posted new publication, Official OSS Exhibition Catalogue.

6/15/2015 11:15:00 AM

14 - Notes From Our Attic: A Curator's Pocket History of the CIA

<b>Publication:</b> Posted new publication, Notes From Our Attic: A Curator's Pocket History of the CIA.

5/21/2015 1:15:00 PM

15 - Studies in Intelligence Vol.59, No.1

<p>April 24, 2015 - Check out the latest update to <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>:</p> <ul><li>Posted <i>Studies in Intelligence</i>, Volume 59, Number 1.</li></ul>

4/24/2015 12:30:00 PM

CIA Newsroom

Official press releases and statements, messages to the CIA workforce, speech transcripts from Agency leadership and Featured Stories about current events at the CIA.

1 - Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Tyrone S. Woods
2 - Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Glen A. Doherty
3 - The Recruit(s): Learning the Basics
4 - CIA Releases Declassified Documents on the Cold War Soviet Navy
5 - CIA Launches Signature School Program at Baruch College
6 - The Recruit(s): Puppies’ First Visit to the Vet
7 - The Recruit(s): Meet the Puppies!
8 - The Recruit(s): Picking the Pups
9 - Follow CIA’s Newest Puppy Class!
10 - Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Barry S. Castiglione
11 - Top Ten Reasons to Apply to the CIA Scholarship Program
12 - Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Richard Daniel Krobock
13 - A Day in the Life of a CIA Cyber Threat Analyst Intern
14 - Director Pompeo Delivers Remarks at INSA
15 - A Day in the Life of a CIA Scholarship Recipient
3 - The Recruit(s): Learning the Basics

<b>Feature Story: </b>The six puppies in CIA’s fall class – Suni, Heide, Freya, Lulu, Nicole, and Indigo – have no previous explosive detection training. So how to do you teach a dog to find a bomb? You start with the basics.

9/13/2017 2:08:19 AM

4 - CIA Releases Declassified Documents on the Cold War Soviet Navy

<b>Press Release: </b>CIA Releases Declassified Documents on the Cold War Soviet Navy

9/6/2017 3:05:00 PM

5 - CIA Launches Signature School Program at Baruch College

<b>Press Release: </b>CIA Launches Signature School Program at Baruch College

8/31/2017 1:26:27 PM

6 - The Recruit(s): Puppies’ First Visit to the Vet

<b>Feature Story: </b>The Agency’s four new K9 recruits – Suni, Indigo, Freya, and Nicole – have their first veterinary exam since joining the CIA program with Dr. Buck Drummond at Old Dominion Animal Health Center. He specializes in the unique medical challenges of working dogs. Heide and Lulu, the other two CIA “Puppy Class” K9s, belong to Frederick County Fire Marshal and Fairfax County Police respectively and will have exams at their local vets.

9/6/2017 10:20:00 PM

7 - The Recruit(s): Meet the Puppies!

<b>Feature Story: </b>CIA’s K9 trainers met a lot of really great dogs who would have likely succeeded in our explosive detection program. It was a difficult decision, but there was only room for six. Meet the CIA’s first all-female Puppy Class!

8/29/2017 5:35:00 PM

8 - The Recruit(s): Picking the Pups

<b> Featured Story: </b>Our K9 instructors traveled to several different organizations throughout the region to evaluate 1-2 year old Labrador Retrievers as possible candidates for CIA's fall "puppy class." They must find six new recruits. Learn about the testing process and what makes a dog a good candidate for explosive detection work. #CIAK9

8/24/2017 2:30:00 PM

9 - Follow CIA’s Newest Puppy Class!

<b>Featured Story Series: </b>Meet CIA’s newest K9 recruits and get an inside look at our nationally-recognized explosive detection dog training program. Follow along as we see how the puppies are selected, trained, paired with their handlers, perform on their national certification tests, and hopefully, graduate. Check back often for new updates! #CIAK9

8/24/2017 2:20:00 PM

10 - Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Barry S. Castiglione

<b>Featured Story: </b>Barry S. Castiglione, a CIA employee for 10 years, died in El Salvador in July 1992, while rescuing a fellow employee from drowning. His story is a reminder of the sheer sweep of our global mission, and his experiences exemplify the risks inherent to intelligence work, as well as the bravery and integrity of those like Barry who heed the call to serve their country.

8/17/2017 12:30:00 PM

11 - Top Ten Reasons to Apply to the CIA Scholarship Program

<b>Blog Post: </b>Did you know the CIA has scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students? Did you know you could get paid to go to school? Here are our top 10 reasons to apply to the CIA Scholarship Program.

7/27/2017 3:30:00 PM

12 - Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Richard Daniel Krobock

<b>Feature Story: </b>"Rare is the man who has a full life by the age of 31. Rarer still is the man who, simply through the quiet strength of his personality and the resolve of his character, can dramatically affect the lives of the people who have encountered him. Richard Daniel Krobock was that man."

7/20/2017 10:25:00 AM

13 - A Day in the Life of a CIA Cyber Threat Analyst Intern

<b>Featured Story: </b>Every officer has a unique path to the Agency, and CIA interns are no exception. CIA.gov recently sat down with a Cyber Threat Analyst Intern in the Directorate of Analysis (DA) to learn more about her journey to the CIA and her experiences during her summer internships. She is back this summer for her second tour with the Agency and looks forward to working at CIA full time once she graduates next year.

7/13/2017 2:15:00 PM

14 - Director Pompeo Delivers Remarks at INSA

<b>Speech: </b>Remarks as Prepared for Delivery by CIA Director Mike Pompeo at INSA Leadership Dinner (July 11, 2017)

7/11/2017 6:45:00 PM

15 - A Day in the Life of a CIA Scholarship Recipient

<b>Featured Story: </b>The CIA Undergraduate Scholarship program is a financial needs based initiative that offers undergraduate students an unmatched experience in a diverse and inclusive environment. Undergraduate students, serving as scholarship recipients with the CIA, attend an accredited college/university on a full-time basis, studying a variety of subjects, and work during summer breaks at the CIA. While working at CIA, students are exposed to intelligence challenges while performing meaningful work that relates to their college major. Read more to hear from a current CIA undergraduate scholarship STEM student about his experiences in this unique program.

7/6/2017 10:50:00 AM


 
RUSSIAN SPECIAL FORCES: HAS ISIS MET ITS FEAR MERCHANT MATCH?

 
by JAMES ZUMWALT     30 Oct 2015   Breitbart

ISIS is a fear merchant. It depends heavily upon using fear to intimidate those opposed to it.

In its high-publicized videos, legions of soulless bodies fill its ranks, regularly demonstrating limitless savagery in executing their enemies. Beheadings, burning prisoners alive, attaching bombs to babies to show new recruits how explosives rip a human body apart, running tanks over prisoners, etc.—no means of execution is beyond the pale as they market fear.

But fear can be a double-edged sword. A force capable of demonstrating this has just entered the fray in Syria. Having used fear previously very effectively against Muslim extremists, this force looks to do so again—only this time its blade will come down on ISIS.

Russian President Vladimir Putin recently dispatched a military group in which he has great pride and confidence—his special forces—to Syria. The group has been honed into a uniquely skilled counter-terrorism killing machine, known in Russia for getting the job done.

Russia’s special forces originated out of a terrorist act perpetrated more than four decades ago by another violent Muslim group.

In Munich, Germany, Palestinian terrorists of Black September kidnapped and killed eleven Israeli athletes and a German police officer during the 1972 Summer Olympics. The attack prompted the head of the KGB (the Soviet secret police), Yuri Andropov, to order the creation of a special military force trained in counter-terrorism.

With its establishment two years later, the force initially was used for domestic security. But once deployed outside the homeland, it quickly established a bloody reputation for itself.

Comparable to our own elite fighters of Delta Force, Russian special forces have an operational edge ours do not. While battlefield actions by U.S. forces will, appropriately, always be defined by the laws of land warfare, Russian special forces historically have tossed their moral compass aside. By doing so, they convey a clear message—in blood—to adversaries.

After Moscow invaded Afghanistan in December 1979, Russian special forces were tasked to implement “regime change.” Wearing Afghan uniforms, they quickly secured strategic government buildings in Kabul. Storming the presidential palace, they followed through on orders to kill every Afghan in the building. Not only was Afghan President Hafizullah Amin killed along with his mistress and young son, but so too were all witnesses.

Russian special forces played a significant role in Afghanistan throughout the ten year war. But their reputation for taking whatever action necessary to complete its mission was cemented in Lebanon.
In October 1985, a radical Muslim Brotherhood splinter group kidnapped four Soviet diplomats in Beirut. By the time Russian special forces reached the city, one of the diplomats had already been executed.

As Moscow’s policy was never to negotiate with terrorists, no effort was made to do so. Using a network of informants, the Russians identified the militant group responsible and the kidnappers involved.

With the kidnappers’ names in hand, the Russians immediately rounded up their family members, taking them hostage. They then cut off hostages’ body parts, delivering them to the militants along with the threat to continue making deliveries.
The militants got the message. The surviving Russian diplomats were immediately released. For two decades thereafter, Russian diplomats operated safely abroad without fear of becoming targets of Muslim terrorists.

 But in 2006, Putin had to call upon his special forces again after four Russian officials in Iraq were abducted and murdered. He gave the order those responsible were to be “destroyed.” Each of the militants involved was hunted down and killed.

Russian naval special forces also have not shied away from playing the fear card. In 2010, the forces confronted Somali pirates.

Operating from their mother ship, the Somalis pirated a Russian oil tanker. Russian naval special forces boarded the tanker, easily routing the pirates, taking them captive and putting them back onboard their mother ship. There, the pirates were securely tied up and the mother ship fitted with explosives. Once back on their own ship, the Russians detonated the explosives.

 No Russian ship since then has been pirated.

Russian special forces have demonstrated they can rise to the same level of violence as ISIS.

As they hit the ground running in Syria, the Russians will set out—aided by their Iranian and Syrian friends—to establish informant networks to identify, locate and kill ISIS leaders
 
Where possible to do so, they will ensure they die a violent death in a way that conveys the message they seek to send.

 If there is an Arabic word for “karma,” ISIS will soon be muttering it.

 
 Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (Ret.), is a retired Marine infantry officer who served in the Vietnam war, the U.S. invasion of Panama and the first Gulf war. He is the author of “Bare Feet, Iron Will–Stories from the Other Side of Vietnam’s Battlefields,” “Living the Juche Lie: North Korea’s Kim Dynasty” and “Doomsday: Iran–The Clock is Ticking.” He frequently writes on foreign policy and defense issues. 
                                             
 
 
 
 
 
This is a short video from a former Muslim stating that the root or all the violence is Islam.  The video is in English
 
He makes some great points such as that the 2 million Christians living in the Middle East have never once committed a suicide bombing and they live in the same economic and depressed areas.  So the theory of they do this because they do not have jobs or food is not true.
 
Check it out




 
 
 



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