The Capture Management Program or Captivity Management Program was a classified initiative by the United States Department of Defense, and more specifically the Defense Intelligence Agency. The program provided for the secret arrest and detainment of high-value foreign nationals for intelligence-gathering purposes, most of whom were incarcerated in the DOD's Mobile Underground Detention and Detainment prison network in the United States.
The Capture Management Program carried out a mission in Albania in 1999, in which Judge Advocate Kevin Newton and then-Army First Lieutenant Mark DeSalvo took part. DeSalvo was later transferred to serve as the warden at one of the program's detention centers in Saugus, California. (Findings at CTU)