Databases in Iraq

By Deane Barker on December 23, 2003

Computer-sleuthing aids troops in Iraq: The truth behind Saddam’s capture: one night he popped up in an Access query.

Military intelligence analysts have adopted databases and software used by civilian law enforcers to catalog names, pictures and suspects’ fingerprints and to search such for links among guerrilla suspects…

The next Access template: “Terrorists and Insurgent Tracking”



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