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CIA Pays Tribute to Fallen Colleagues

Having recently added 12 stars to its Memorial Wall to commemorate the lives of 102 Americans lost in service to their country, the CIA yesterday paid tribute to those men and women who died in the line of duty. “No matter when or where they served, or whether their names …

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CIA’s 5-year Plan Invests in Personnel, Technology

The CIA yesterday announced its five-year plan that will focus on completing outstanding work done since 9/11 by acting decisively on today’s national security challenges, including terrorism, the proliferation of dangerous technology, cyber threats, and the actions of rogue states. “There’s something I’ve often said about government, but it applies …

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Senior Leadership Moves at CIA

The Deputy Director of the CIA, Stephen R. Kappes, is going to be retiring next month. Kappes first joined the CIA in 1981 for his first tour. He was the associate deputy director for operations for counterintelligence during 9/11. He was named as the Deputy Director in May of 2006 …

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CIA Wins Turf Battle Against DNI

Last week, intelligence officials announced the CIA had won a “turf battle” against the director of national intelligence, in other words, the boss. The battle was really just the guarantee the CIA station chiefs would get dominance over all other personnel and U.S intelligence operations. This has been a month-long …

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