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Section 1.3(a)(3) of EO 12958 provides that information shall be classified CONFIDENTIAL if its unauthorized disclosure reasonably could be expected to cause damage to the national security.
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REPLY TO ATTENTION OF: UNITED STATES ARMY INTELLIGENCE ANO SECURITY COMMAND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION/PRIVACY OFFICE FORT GEORGE G.
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We are continuing to review records regarding other titles you have requested and will respond to you by separate correspondence when our review is complete. Nichols Chief, Freedom of Information/ Privacy Office Enclosure THIS MUST REMAIN TOP DOCUMENT 0' As of all material (Dg.te) included in this file conforms with _DA policies currently in effect „ f / /A &« 7 * n (Si^fcure) (Date Signed) ^ e t Print - Mf S Identificatlon_Booklet- Mf S Informants a. Strengths and Losses Page Civilian Border Helpers (Grenzhelfer) — Control of Classified Materiel and Information- al General • — b. © 2o(l Uc Sf* Mf S Personnel The Mf S Officer for the 1st BC Bn was\£_ - ^his superior was an U/X Mf S Major in the 10th BC Regt.
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Section 3.4(b)(6) of EO 12958 provides that classified information more than 25 years old is exempt from automatic declassification if it would reveal information that would seriously and demonstrably impair relations between the United States and a foreign government, or seriously and demonstrably undermine ongoing diplomatic activities of the United States. In addition, information has been sanitized from the records and the same 978 pages withheld under (b)(1) are denied in their entirety as the release of the information would reveal the identity of confidential sources and sensitive intelligence methods. The significant and legitimate governmental purpose to be served by withholding is that a viable and effective intelligence investigative capability is dependent upon protection of confidential sources and sensitive methodologies.