National Operational Intelligence Watch Officer's Network

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The National Operational Intelligence Watch Officer's Network ('NOIWON) is a secure telephone conference-call system between major Washington national security watch centers:

It is used for rapid evaluation of breaking crises.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Intelligence inside the White House: The influence of executive style and technology", David A. Radi, March, 1997, Center for Information Policy Research, Harvard University
  2. ^ Indications, Warnings and Crisis Operations", Thomas G. Belden, International Studies Quarterly, v. 21 n. 1, March, 1977, pp. 181-198