Have You Learned A LessonAbout The Enemy?
is anxious to obtain contributions fromunits and individuals, especially intelligence agencies, for publication.Articles that present lessons about enemy tactics, techniques, and materiel are particularly desired, and when it is consistent with security,credit will be given to the contributing agency or unit. Contributionsmay be sent directly to the Supervisor of Reports, Military IntelligenceService, War Department, Washington 25, D. C.Readers are urged to comment on the use they are making of thispublication and to forward suggestions for future issues. Reproductionof material published herein is encouraged, provided that (1) thesource is stated, (2) the classification is not lowered, and (3) one copyof the publication in which the material is reproduced is forwarded tothe Military Intelligence Service.By arrangement with the Adjutant General, the
is distributed in the same manner as is prescribed for field manuals(see paragraph 6-9, 23a, FM 21-6, List of Publications for Training).
additional copies should be made through channels.
All material published in the
in Volumes I andII (September 1942 through August 1944) having been reclassified byauthority of A. C. of S., G-2, War Department, the contents of VolumesI and II are now unrestricted.