Body of secrets : anatomy of the ultra-secret National Security Agency : from the Cold War through the dawn of a new century
Transcription of Annotations
Notes from front flyleaf: "Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board; Institute for Defense Analysis. - NSA - 1952. - Crypto City, p. 481; 60 buildings. - Armed Forces Courier Services: a million pounds of material each week marked 'Top Secret' (all intel. services). - NSA: 60 million pounds a year. - Revolving door, p. 523." - A few annotations by Brian Lamb in the margins and underlining of pertinent phrases throughout the book. - Examples: p. 5: "We're the largest and most technical of all the [U.S. intelligence] agencies. We're the largest in terms of people and we're the largest in terms of budget..." - p. 383: "Powerful congressmen were treating Bobby Inman as the dark prince of intelligence, an infallible all-knowing wizard." - p. 384: "The NSA is mandated to collect intelligence, not analyze it." - p. 495: "No phones, however, connect the director to the White House." - p. 549: "The addition of two new operations towers provided the agency's headquarters complex with more space than eleven New York City World Trade Centers."