I'm writing something on the role of Combat Arms Intelligence and I was wondering if someone could remember reading what I have but can remember where they read it. Its a paragraph in a book describing the scramble from infantry units to find out 'stuff' about the falklands prior to the task force sailing. Apparently Encyclopeidia Britanica got heavily employed, the paras or the SAS then effectively absconded with the son of a Falkland island govenor (or former govenor), who was at RMAS at the time. And the booties pressed into service a major who had done a lot of sailing down there. My best guess would be that I read it in De La Billiere's "Looking For Trouble" or Max Hasting's book on the battle for the Falkland islands. Currently, I'm dislocated from my books and so can't check. Anychance?