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House Leaders Back OSS Congressional Gold Medal Act

Birthplace of the US Intelligence Service

The Washington Post: Former OSS spies on a mission to save old headquarters

Cambridge veteran has a moment with Obama

"Inglourious Basterd" of World War II Deserves the Medal of Honor

Remembering the work of the OSS

OSS HQ Nominated for Landmark Status

Congressmen seek medal for WW II-era US spy agency

Acceptance speech by Admiral William H. McRaven, USN

President Obama's tribute to Admiral William H. McRaven, USN

Film about Admiral William H. McRaven, USN

Speech by Maria Riva, Marlene Dietrich's daughter

Washington’s Intelligence Community Comes Out For a Gala

The OSS and Vietnam: what might have been (Los Angeles Times, 10.9.2013)

801/492nd Bombardment Group ("Carpetbaggers") newsletter (#135)

Marlene Dietrich to be honored at OSS Society event

The Washington Post: Walter L. Mess, World War II spy, dies at 98

Admiral William McRaven, USN, presenting the Dr. Christian J. Lambertsen Award for Operational Excellence

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Intelligence reform: Why it’s 1945 all over again

Tribute to Fred Mayer in the Congressional Record

1945 memorandum from General Donovan to President Truman

France honors OSS veteran Marvin Edwards

Rockefeller Seeks White House Commendation for OSS Veteran

The Washington Post: Swiss-born man to rest in Arlington cemetery for spy work in WWII

The Associated Press: Ex-CIA chief aided WWII hero's Arlington burial


ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — When Dr. Rene Joyeuse's request for burial at Arlington National Cemetery was rejected, the family of the decorated Swiss-born World War II spy launched a campaign to get the decision reversed. Months later, Joyeuse is getting his wish, thanks in part to the involvement of the nation's top covert operators, including CIA Director David Petraeus.

Before resigning amid a sex scandal last November, Petraeus played a key role in convincing Pentagon officials that Joyeuse, a retired doctor from upstate New York, deserved to lie in rest among some of America's greatest military heroes, people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.

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