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matters are left entirely to the operational heads. Non-operational
duties of the military staff are minimised.
The final precept of management policy requires that the heads
of departments, liaison officers and administrative heads be taken
from the ranks of those who began at the bottom.
Throughout Sixta, all Fusion Room officers, heads of departments and
the administrative heads proved themselves in the beginning in log
reading, traffic reading or similar basic tasks.
IV. The policy on security should emphasize the same idea of
a full understanding and practical appreciation of the whole T.A.-
Cryptography-Intelligence problem as do the policies on training and
management. Furthermore, the daily operational convenience of being
able to follow through any chain of analysis to a broken cipher or
a useful bit of intelligence should be paramount. In point of fract,
appropriate security regulations must be adopted before such ploicies
of recruiting, training and management as outlined could be applied.
Once we Americans were admitted into Sixta, operational freedom to
seek information from cryptographic and intelligence officers was
complete. However, only shortly before we arrived had the unveiling
It is submitted that in the above policies the general emphasis
on individual knowledge and freedom is a practical corrolary to
cooperative endeavor and integrated organisation. Both of which the
history of T.A.-by-Sixta demonstrates to be the most suitable forefficient
production of military intelligence.