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Secret Intelligence Service
SIS is also known as MI6
— Still Under Construction —

The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), commonly known as MI6, is the foreign intelligence service of the government of the United Kingdom, tasked mainly with the covert overseas collection and analysis of human intelligence in support of the UK's national security. SIS is a member of the country's intelligence community and its Chief is accountable to the country's Foreign Secretary.
Formed
in 1909 as Secret Service Bureau, head-quartered in Thames House, London (since 1995), UK.
Number of employees at at March 2015 — 4,037.
The
service is headed by a Director General at the grade of a Permanent Secretary of the British Civil Service who is directly supported by an internal security organisation, secretariat, legal advisory branch and information services branch. The Deputy DG is responsible for the operational activity of the service, being responsible for four branches;
• international counter-terrorism,
• National Security Advice Centre (counter proliferation and counter espionage),
• Irish and domestic counter-terrorism and
• technical and surveillance operations.
1919:
February: In Constantinople – Major Vivian is the local SIS agent.
 
 
Agent, Major Reginald Teague-Jones (fluent in Russian), in the Trans-Caucasus/Trans-Caspian region, changes his name to Ronald Sinclair.
 
1920:
In Sevastopol, Crimea – Sinclair takes charge of the refugee situation as the Bolshevik onslaught continues in the region.
 
 
The Russian Bolsheviks employ two Jewish women to continue surveillance on Sinclair.
 
1923: Charles 'Dick' Ellis joins the SIS.  
1930:
Teague-Jones (Sinclair) is resident in India, and working with the Indian police.
 
1940: Major Sinclair is recruited by the Security Service.  
1941:
June: Sinclair is sent to Bermuda regarding security at its naval base. Sinclair moves to New York, USA,
 
1944:
July: Sinclair is appointed as a British consul at the Consulate General in New York.
 
1947:
Sinclair becomes involved in the negotiations between India and Pakistan.
He is congratulated by PJ Patrick of the India Office on their successful outcome.
 
 
Sinclair is promoted to head the Commercial Department of the New York Consulate General.
 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
DoD Intelligence Manual Russia's KGB/FSB Terrorism al-Qa'eda Cosa Nostra / Mafia
Sunlight Foundation
 THE  INVESTIGATIVE  DASHBOARD 
PressThink
Luxembourg Leaks Fatal Extraction
The Independent Media Center Swiss Leaks Iraq Veterans Against the War
See:
Secrecy News Blog
Federation of American Scientists
WIKILEAKS
See:
Jenna McLaughlin's
Intercept Blog

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