Talk:Dutch Military Intelligence and Security Service

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BetacommandBot 05:24, 1 July 2007 (UTC)

Less Unwieldy Syntax[edit]

May I suggest a less unwieldy syntax for readers of English:

"The forerunner of all intelligence services in the Netherlands was the GS III, which was created shortly before World War I. After WW II this service became the LAMID (Army Intelligence Service). In 1986 the Dutch government started a reform of all military intelligence (navy, army, and air force) and security services. The MID (Military Intelligence Service) was formed. In 1989/1990 the existing branches (navy, army, air force, and general intelligence) of the MID were fused to make the service stronger. After that reform one military intelligence service, renamed 2002 into Military Intelligence and Security Service (MIVD), emerged. It is fitted for all challenges the 21st century is expected to present."

Vanvelzenl (talk) 18:03, 18 June 2015 (UTC) Best regards.