Part of our comprehensive series on the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and its "spy satellite" network, this volume reproduces interesting reviews and commentaries from National Reconnaissance, Journal of the Discipline and Practice, and Space Sentinel Select. Articles include: Risk Management and National Reconnaissance From the Cold War Up to the Global War on Terrorism National Reconnaissance Leadership for the 21st Century: Lessons from the NRO's Heritage One Officer's Perspective: The Decline of the National Reconnaissance Office Commentary on "The Decline of the National Reconnaissance Office"— The NRO Leadership Replies Recapturing What Made the NRO Great: Updated Observations on "The Decline of the NRO" Pioneers Of National Reconnaissance Protecting Sources and Methods versus the Public's Right to Know: Setting the Terms for a More Constructive Discussion The Rationale for Classifying Intelligence Information From Camp Incarceration to U.S. National Reconnaissance: The Case of Two Americans of Japanese Ancestry— NRO Pioneer Sam Araki and Former DDNRO Dr. F. Robert Naka Reflections of M. Sam Araki—Success Through Systems Engineering and Leading Lockheed Missiles and Space The Implications of Losing Focus: The Need for the NRO to Change Its Business Practices In Harm's Way Recipe for Acquisition SECTION 1: National Reconnaissance, Journal of the Discipline and Practice, Issue 2005-U1 SECTION 2: National Reconnaissance, Journal of the Discipline and Practice, Winter 2009 / 2010 Issue 2009-U SECTION 3: Space Sentinel Select Volume 1, Number 1, 2009 SECTION 4: Space Sentinel Select Volume 2, Number 1, 2010 NRO designs, builds and operates the nation's reconnaissance satellites. NRO products, provided to an expanding list of customers like the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Department of Defense (DoD), can warn of potential trouble spots around the world, help plan military operations, and monitor the environment. As part of the 16-member Intelligence Community, the NRO plays a primary role in achieving information superiority for the U. S. Government and Armed Forces. A DoD agency, the NRO is staffed by DoD and CIA personnel. It is funded through the National Reconnaissance Program, part of the National Foreign Intelligence Program. The NRO Vision: Vigilance From Above. NRO Mission: Innovative Overhead Intelligence Systems for National Security. In recent years, the NRO has implemented a series of actions declassifying some of its operations. The organization was declassified in September 1992 followed by the location of its headquarters in Chantilly, VA, in 1994.