Guide to Chilean Defense Websites
The Open Source Center of the U.S. Intelligence Community has prepared a descriptive catalog of websites (pdf) concerning the defense and security of Chile.
“The Chilean defense establishment consists of military and civilian institutions, many of which have their own websites featuring institutional services, news, and academic reports,” the OSC report explains. “Many academic contributions on defense issues are featured on these sites. Defense blogs and some related websites also carry unofficial information on Chilean military issues. A few sensitive defense institutions, including intelligence services and related industries, do not have their own websites. An appendix [to the report] explains the Chilean defense structure.”
Like many other OSC products, the unclassified, 12-page report has not been approved for public release. But a copy was obtained by Secrecy News. See “Guide to Selected Chilean Defense Websites,” Open Source Center Media Aid, 29 April 2009.
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