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found: His A slaying in September, 1967.
found: The life and mysterious death of Ian Mackintosh, 2012: ECIP data view (Ian Mackintosh; a Royal Navy lieutenant commander, he spent part of his service at the Admiralty's Department of Naval Intelligence, once one of the world's ranking espionage operations; he retired early and penned thirteen books and a number of television series, including the classic, Warship; a leading authority on aircraft, Mackintosh was also one of the youngest recipients of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, an honor one step below knighthood, for his still-classified exploits.; his disappearance without a trace on July 7, 1979--nineteen days before his thirty-ninth birthday--while flying with two companions over the Gulf of Alaska (which happened to be teeming with Soviet submarines and other spycraft) remains a mystery, as the British government declined to investigate the incident; he also was the creator and developer of the British espionage television series, The sandbaggers; originally broadcast on ITV in 1978 and 1980)