Team B

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The Team B exercise was an alternative review of the CIA's National Intelligence Estimates commissioned by George H.W. Bush when he became CIA director in 1976, at the behest of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. It has been described by Tom Barry as a "classic case of threat escalation by hawks determined to increase military budgets and step up the U.S. offensive in the cold war".[1]


Strategic Objectives Panel

Advisory Panel

Missile Accuracy Panel

Air Defense Panel

External Resources


  1. Tom Barry, Remembering Team B, Right Web, 12 February 2004.