Office of Strategic Services
The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Far East Section was created in the summer of 1943 to conduct psychological warfare against the Japanese. Fifty-five Japanese Americans were recruited directly from the incarceration camps as well as cities outside the West Coast. Two-thirds were Issei, and the rest mostly Kibei. Japanese Americans in the OSS were stationed in Saipan, California, India, and North Burma. Their duties mainly included setting up broadcasting stations and producing broadcasts aimed at rallying pro-democracy groups.