GENERAL- OPERATIONAL - SPECIFIC- REPORTS FROM STEPHEN R. LUGTON

Created: 4/29/1954

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: Chief of Station,U- INFO:

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^specific Report3 fron Stephen R. LUOTON

Reference:

herewith aaketchInformation available from CALLIGERISfileecommunications eyetorn in the Qualan area, as requested in

Additional Information has been requested from SECANT and will be forwarded aa received.

Information requested ins forwarded herewith ano this dispatch.

Attachment C, the envelope marked -Politicalontaii information furnished by 3KILLET-1.

Also attached Dlease_flnd two lettere fron CALLIOERIS which are

wishine to cry havoc or to belabor the subject, we

continue to wonder what consideration, if

any, io being given to sending operational flights into

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after dark, or at least0 local time, when the Tower loses. Reports reachingnd the writer Indicate that ths unannounced daylight arrivals have precipitated anger on the part of tower personnel, in addition to the expected curiosity. Unless there are strong reasons militating against theight landings, reasons with.which personnel here are not acquain' we wish to urgently recommend the latter course of action in the firm belief that night operations would lend themselves better to locally available cover, thus Increasing security. The writer has had to opend an uncomfortable session withetting lectured on security, after each arrival, aince airportnd pbprlke Military Mission Chiefs hasten. Jtneach new arrival to him.

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