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Over the course of her 31-year government career, Roberts held a number of senior intelligence positions, most recently deputy director of Naval Intelligence and director of requirements and resources for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.
Ian Fleming had a very good imagination and would have thought he'd had quite a "good" war as an assistant to the director of Naval Intelligence.
Whether it is Admiral Godfrey, the Director of Naval Intelligence and his assistant Lieutenant Commander Ian Fleming (the future creator of James Bond), both highly adept in deceiving their adversaries; or the noted pathologist Sir Bernard Spilsbury (who serves as a key advisor for the operation) or his colleague, Dr.
On 12 September 1940, Lieutenant Commander Ian Fleming, RNVR, Personal Assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence, concocted an extraordinary plan to crash-land a captured German plane in the English Channel and overpower the patrol boat crew that came to rescue its "survivors," thereby gaining access to the much needed code books.
When he was asked to become director of Naval Intelligence, he was upset because he wished he was at sea during the war.
Fleming was liaison officer between Bletchley and the Director of Naval Intelligence throughout the war.
During Wold War II, he became the personal secretary of John Godfrey, the Director Of Naval Intelligence.
They included Admiral John Godfrey, director of naval intelligence, on the grounds that the stars seemed the only explanation for Hitler's unpredictable strategic decisions.