The first ghost image (GI) of an opaque object by Meyers et al.1, 2 demonstrated that GI has practical applications
and inspired a series of variations used in reflective ghost imaging research. Here we report on some recent Ghost
Imaging experiments using Compressive Imaging (CI) and Compressive Sensing (CS) conducted at the Army
Research Laboratory. These experiments covered phenomena such as Compressive Turbulence-Free Ghost
Imaging (CTFGI), and Compressive Ghost-Imaging-Inspired Imaging (CGIII).