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Gunnar Kirk Kristiansen (18 June 1930 – 21 February 2004) was a Norwegian author and an influential figure in Norwegian literature.
Kristiansen was born in Bergen, Norway. He was a student of German literature at the University of Oslo from 1952 to 1957. He was a writer for the newspaper Dagbladet from 1957 to 1963, and then for the newspaper Arbeiderbladet until 1964. Kristiansen’s debut novel Skulder mig en østre was published in 1960. He became known for the book about childhood friend Preben Horneman, Preben Horneman’s bok, which was awarded the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize in 1976. One of Kristiansen’s last books was Den som holdt stokkene (1983) (The one who held the stakes), about the military history of World War II. He died in Oslo in 2004.
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Category:Arbeiderbladet peopleA former brand adviser for the U.S. military has been convicted of unlawfully stealing military-related secrets while working for the defence giant.
James Gourley, a former Marine now living in California, was ordered Tuesday to serve a 14-month prison term after pleading guilty to stealing classified information and attempting to sell it for more than $180,000.
Gourley used connections he made in Washington to learn about acquisitions and procurement, including those on the F-35 jet fighter, the C-130 military transport plane and the Lockheed C-5 transport jet, prosecutors said.
Starting in January 2011, Gourley mailed to undercover FBI agents in the Seattle area emails he had obtained from the online forum Airmail that contained secret info, including the locations of F-35 bases, photographs of the F-35’s engine and the type of landing gear used, according to court documents.
At one point, Gourley met one of the undercover agents in a Washington, D.C., cafe. At the meeting, Gourley admitted to the agent that he