Talk:Gray Fox (military)

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Who is the Against All Ennemies' author ?[edit]

"A more recent name is "Centra Spike", which can be found in Major James B. Woulfe's (USMC) book Against All Enemies."
I think there is a mistake with Richard A. Clarke's Against All Enemies. James B. Woulfe's Against All Enemies is a fictious book. Rob1bureau 15:33, 2 July 2006 (UTC)

Perhaps Killing Pablo would be a more appropriate source for the name "Centra Spike". Mixmatch<talk><contrib> 13:25, 17 July 2006 (UTC)
I have finally read Clarke's Against All Enemies (in fact the French translated book), there is no quote of Centra Spike or any other name refering to Gray Fox in the book. I have read Killing Pablo at [1], and I think too it is probably the main source about Centra Spike, and at least about the hunt of Escobar. Rob1bureau 21:13, 25 January 2007 (UTC)

Expanding the Article[edit]

There is an excellent article that is much fuller than this one and appears to be under the "GNU Free Doc Liscense". It is located here: [Intelligence Support Activities ]

Would be great if the information was added/merged into this article. Mixmatch<talk><contrib> 13:25, 17 July 2006 (UTC)

I am trying to improve the Intelligence Support Activity page ; so I suggest to merge Gray Fox with ISA when ISA history would be expanded until post-1989 era and the CENTRA SPIKE & GRAY FOX names. Rob1bureau 21:55, 9 December 2006 (UTC)
I'd propose keeping stub pages for Gray Fox, Centra Spike, etc. that just confirm they were aliases for ISA at certain points in time and link (not redirect) to main ISA article. --User:Whiskey Pete 11 December 2006
Maybe, but until now the ISA page only deals with the 1980-1983 period. Wait and see until it would be expanded to 1989. Rob1bureau 21:13, 25 January 2007 (UTC)