A Record from Mary's Database

Record:
WRINGER PROJECT
Sources:

International Dictionary of Intelligence, Leo D. Carl

Mary's
Comments:

Project WRINGER was U.S. Army code name for a project to recruit or train linguists for the purpose of debriefing members of the defeated Axis forces after World War II. This project more or less petered out, and with the creation of the U.S. Air Force in 1947, U.S. Air Force members of the WRINGER project were reassigned to other intelligence or counterintelligence duties.

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