1. Authorization, Policy, Implementation. and Oversight2. The
Accounting Program: Locate, Recover, Identify, and Return Chapter3.
Political Interference with Science4. Exploitation of the Missing5.
Accounting for the Korean War Missing6. To Moscow via Stockholm and
Helsinki7. Pentagon Briefing, Lunch with a KGB General8.
Congressional and DoD Action9. Russia's Involvement In POW/MIA
Affairs10. US-Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIAs11. Archive
Research Follow-On Project12. Final Project Briefing and RAND
Report Published13. Moscow, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine,
and East Germany14. "Evil Creeps," Conspiracy Theorists and DPMO's
Activities15. Findings and Conclusions
Paul M. Cole, an independent scholar with rich experience in the US
Department of Defense, is an established figure in the POW/MIA
Accounting Community. The leak of his internal report on
malfeasance in the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command resulted in two
Congressional hearings, two major Associated Press stories and
front-page stories in many countries around the world resulting in
a comprehensive reorganization of the POW/MIA Accounting Community.
Dr. Cole's three-volume RAND report, POW/MIA Issues (1994), was
purchased by thousands of individuals, research institutions and
university libraries. Dr. Cole received a PhD from the Johns
Hopkins Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, MSFS
from the Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh Graduate School of
Foreign Service, and a B.A. from Gustavus Adolphus College.