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October 11, 2014

"A Private Tour of the CIA's Incredible Museum"


Intelligence authority David Wise is your guide,


writing on Smithsonian.com: "... one of the most compelling and least visited museums in the United States. The museum has an extraordinary collection of spy gadgets, weapons and espionage memorabilia from before World War II to the present — more than 28,000 items, of which 18,000 have been catalogued — and hundreds are on display. But the museum is run by the CIA and housed at its headquarters in Langley, Virginia, eight miles outside Washington, D.C. The agency's entire campus is off-limits to the public, and the museum is open only to CIA employees, their families, and visitors on agency business."

October 11, 2014 at 08:01 PM | Permalink


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