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CIA

We know those two “rebellious women” would be pleased to see CIA now being led by so many women. Check out @washingtonpost article below: wapo.st/31Wc4rI #GalentinesDay
Head over to Spy Kids to check out a new special edition of "break the code." We really like this one. You could even say we love it. bit.ly/31SXAcf
Take a breath. The work day can be overwhelming. We offer our officers a quiet space to step away and catch their breath. Deep breathing is one of the easiest forms of relaxation you can practice and use on your own. #WednesdayWisdom #WellnessWednesday #ThrivingatCIA
Recently @pawnstars stopped by headquarters to view the greatest museum rarely ever seen. The guys had their eye on one artifact in particular: Franklin D. Roosevelt's White Stetson. Check out the episode to learn more about FDR's fedora: history.com/shows/pawn-sta…
Aldrich Ames provided the Soviet Union classified info that resulted in many deaths of Soviets agents working for the U.S. He was arrested in 1994. Here’s Ames’s computer monitor from his CIA workstation. bit.ly/3bweUYE #HISTINT #Museum
Thank you @Nationals First Baseman Ryan Zimmerman for stopping by Headquarters to talk about your work on and off the field.
CIA Historians Dr. David Robarge, Brent Geary, and CIA Museum Director Robert Byer met with @STEMin30 to discuss how “spies” use specialized planes, cameras, and codes to gather intelligence. Check out the episode to learn more! twitter.com/STEMin30/statu…
Make time for movement. We encourage our officers to make time to move around. It can help improve energy levels and keep attendees engaged. #WednesdayWisdom #WellnessWednesday #ThrivingatCIA
A subminiature radio receiver is concealed in this modified pipe. The user hears the sound via "bone conduction" from the jaw to the ear canal. bit.ly/2ScRHC4 #HISTINT #Museum
The world is constantly changing, so the World Factbook is always evolving. The World Factbook has just released one-page summaries for 43 countries that include Albania, Brazil, Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan, and Norway. bit.ly/2RHxqpl #WorldFactbook
CIA Chief of Vital Industry Partnerships, Alan Johnson, spoke at this morning’s @INSAlliance Investing in National Security Innovation Conference about partnering with innovative non-traditional companies to advance CIA’s mission. #INSAinnovate @ODNIgov twitter.com/INSAlliance/st…
Want to try your hand at solving Kryptos? Visit our website to test your skills. cia.gov/about-cia/head… #Kryptos #NationalPuzzleDay
Looks like the Kryptos creator, Jim Sanborn, has unveiled another clue! For 30 years, the legendary sculpture has stood in the Agency’s courtyard, but no one has been able to decode it. Do you think you can crack the code? nyti.ms/3aQGoYN #Kryptos #NationalPuzzleDay
Stepping away from our screens can be hard. We encourage our officers to use the 20-20-20 rule. Every 20 minutes, find an object 20 feet away, and look at it for 20 seconds. #WednesdayWisdom #WellnessWednesday #ThrivingatCIA
#OTD 40 years ago, CIA helped 6 U.S. diplomats who evaded capture during the Embassy’s seizure in Iran escape the country disguised as a film crew working on a movie title “ARGO” under a fake Hollywood production company “Studio Six Productions.” bit.ly/315PhZZ
Sir William Stephenson, born #OTD in 1897, was a Canadian entrepreneur who headed the New York office of British Security Coordination and the first foreign recipient of the Medal for Merit. This statue was gifted to CIA by the Intrepid Society of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
#ThrivingatCIA Tip: Strategic snacking can help keep energy high for long hours at your desk or in the field. Try 100-150 calories combo of fruits, veggies, grains, dairy, or protein every few hours. #WellnessWednesday
CIA officer Gary Schroen was starting his transition to retirement, but after 9/11 he volunteered to service and led Operation JAWBREAKER into Afghanistan. He carried this knife with him in the war zone. cia.gov/about-cia/cia-… #HISTINT #Museum
This "flaps and seals" kit was used by officers to secretly open letters and packages in the 1960s. cia.gov/about-cia/cia-… #HISTINT #Museum
The family of fallen CIA officer Darren LaBonte, who we lost 10 years ago in the deadly attack at Khowst, pays tribute to his life and remembers his love for his family and his work. We will always remember Darren and the 6 other officers who made the ultimate sacrifice that day. twitter.com/TODAYshow/stat…
CIA is proud to employ one of the “Top 25 Execs to Watch in 2020,” per @washingtonexec. Congratulations to CIO Juliane Gallina! washingtonexec.com/2020/01/top-25…
This oil-on-canvas painting shows a moment from January 1968 when a UH-1D helicopter mechanic fired with an AK-47 at one of the four Vietnamese planes that were planning to destroy a US facility in Laos. bit.ly/2FplZvz #HISTINT #Museum
Today and every day, we’re working to protect and defend the Nation and its people. Wishing you a safe and happy New Year!
A code is a system of communication in which groups of symbols represent words. Codes may be used for brevity or security. Here, a code is concealed inside the mirror of a makeup compact. By tilting the mirror at the correct angle, the code is revealed. bit.ly/35CPRQA
10 years ago, we lost 7 CIA officers in the terror attack in Khowst, Afghanistan. Today, we remember these members of the CIA family who made the ultimate sacrifice to keep America safe and free.
Wishing a happy holiday season to our officers around the world! Thank you for serving away from your families this year. We appreciate your sacrifice. We sent these holiday messages, and many more, from our officers and their families to those in the field.
"Operation Santa Claus" has been an active operation for CIA employees for over 50 years. Our mission: donate toys to disadvantaged children during the holidays. Our partner: @USMC's "Toys for Tots" program. Operation status: Complete. High likelihood of follow-on holiday cheer.
Did you know CIA had a pneumatic-tube mail delivery system at HQ from 1962-89? Over 30 miles of 4-inch-diameter steel tubing would transport carriers between offices. No word on whether or not holiday gifts would fit in the carriers! bit.ly/2MkEaq3
Some of our encryption enthusiasts re-created an Enigma machine with their entry in this year's Gingerbread House contest!
It's *snow secret* that we love winter. #FirstDayOfWinter
CIA officers demonstrated their resourcefulness and creativity with their entries in this year's Gingerbread House contest!
Congratulations to Meroe Park on her new position! The Smithsonian is fortunate to gain such an effective and committed leader as its Deputy Secretary and Chief Operating Officer. si.edu/newsdesk/relea…
A compact, high-frequency, paramilitary transceiver, the TAR-224 enabled communications with field agents operating behind enemy lines. It saw service in Vietnam as well as during Operation EAGLE CLAW. bit.ly/2Pyl1TE #HISTINT #Museum
It's beginning to look festive around Headquarters!
A pop of color to warm this chilly day. #happyfriday #fridaymood
The Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter was CIA’s workhorse for transporting personnel, equipment, and supplies into, across, and out of Afghanistan. A CIA officer obtained this piece of wing section from one of the Mi-17 fleet in Afghanistan. cia.gov/about-cia/cia-… #HISTINT #Museum
#OTD 20 years ago, the Sherman Kent School, named for a former analysis chief of the OSS, was created as part of CIA's commitment to lifelong learning for our officers. Today, the Kent School continues to offer opportunities for intellectual growth throughout analysts' careers.
Shown here is one of many gas masks found in an al-Qa’ida safehouse in Kandahar, Afghanistan, in December 2001. bit.ly/2LmewRk #HISTINT #Museum
A peek inside one of the best museums you’ll never see: twitter.com/ABC7News/statu…
“Bullfight critics ranked in rows, Crowd the enormous plaza full; But only one is there who knows, And he’s the man who fights the bull.” This verse appeared in a commemorative POTUS’s Intel Checklist (PICL) after JFK’s assassination on 22 November 1963. bit.ly/2s9r7QT
Sometimes, things are more delicious than they first appear. Happy #NationalCakeDay!
With the weather cooling off, we're grabbing a good book and going "under cover" at the CIA library. Stay warm (and well read) out there!
Happy Alive Day to the youngest living Medal of Honor recipient! We were honored to host @chiksdigscars last week at CIA. Many thanks to Corporal Kyle Carpenter for his service and for sharing his story of “an ordinary man placed in an extraordinary situation” with our officers.
We're in the game of anticipating and preparing for any scenario, no matter where in the world we are. Learn how to pack an emergency Go-Bag like a CIA officer with this guide: bit.ly/35ePw5Q #AskMollyHale
A CIA medic carried this multi-purpose tool in Afghanistan. He used it to perform numerous surgical procedures, including three lower-leg amputations. bit.ly/2XqUPwv #HISTINT #Museum
We are proud to have so many veterans working for us and grateful for their continued service. twitter.com/DeptVetAffairs…
Agency officers were delighted to #RockYourMocs last week at Headquarters!
 
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