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In March 1941 the Hawaiian Department G–2 selected Arthur S. Komori and Richard M. Sakakida. Neither had ever set foot in Japan, but both spoke excellent Japanese. The department 51 “Intelligence Officers Invite SCDC [Southern California District Council] Members to Dinner Meeting, Express Faith in Loyalty of Nisei Citizens,” Pacific Citizen, Apr 41, p. 1. 52 Msg no. 44, Tokyo to Washington, 30 Jan 41, in The “Magic” Background of Pearl Harbor, 5 vols. : Department of Defense, 1977), vol. 1. Memo, WD Gen Staff G–2 to Chief, Counter Intelligence Br, 12 Feb 41, sub: Reorganization of Japanese Intelligence Service in the United States, Classified Material for 1941, RG 165, NARA.
S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, Since Its Establishment in 1802, vol. 7, supplement, 1920–1930, ed. William H. Donaldson (Chicago: Lakeside Press, 1931); Kai E. Rasmussen, speech, DLIFLC, 25 Jun 77, printed in DLIFLC Forum (November 1977); “In Memoriam, Kai E. Rasmussen, 1902– 1988,” memorial service booklet, 1988; Norman Y. Mineta, “Tribute to Col. Kai E. Rasmussen,” Congressional Record (3 May 1988). Rasmussen was promoted to major on 10 October 1941. 69 John Weckerling, Personnel File, National Military Records Center, St.
See also Sidney F. Mashbir (Tokyo, 1920–1923), I Was an American Spy (New York: Vantage, 1953), pp. 59–161. John T. S. Army Military Observers with the Japanese Army during the Russo-Japanese War (1904–1905),” Army History (Winter 1996): 1–14, 16; Bidwell, History of the Military Intelligence Division, pp. 379–94; Scott A. S. Army Military Attachés between the World Wars,” Studies in Intelligence (Winter 1994): 53–57; John F. D. , Temple University, 1991. The British Army had a similar program for training language attachés.