The wizards of Langley : inside the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology
Transcription of Annotations
Notes from front endpapers: "Helms: establish (1963) offensive capability to use biological and chemical warfare, p. 50. - A12/OXCART, U-2, SR71; Corona satellite photographer; terrorism, p. 289. - NIMA: created 1996; mapping function; 12 different imagery transmission systems during Gulf War, p. 273. - 9,000 people - largest agency outside CIA/NSA." -- Notes from back endpapers: "1984: Kabul, listening, p. 258. - Pakistan - 1995, March - p. 259. - Gary Durrell - 16 bullets - tied to 1993 World Trade Bombing. - Psychics - Gadhafi. - Tunnels in North Korea. - Stealth satellite program - Misty - earlier KH-11, 1984. - Why runs CIA/NSA? - How much do they cost? - How many work there? - Where are they located? - What are their missions? - How much of their activity is devoted to terrorism? - 1960: Assassinations: Lumumba (Belgians did it), Castro." -- Annotations by Brian Lamb in the margins and underlining of pertinent phrases throughout the book.