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It's been a year since we launched #CIALabs, a federal laboratory and in-house research and development arm for #CIA to drive science and tech breakthroughs for tomorrow's intel challenges. #DiscoverCIA #STEM
From one #OSS descendant to another, welcome to Twitter @StateINR! twitter.com/inteldotgov/st…
Fidelity to the Constitution is the bedrock principle at #CIA. Every officer who enters on duty takes an oath to support and defend the Constitution. We strive each day to defend the ideals that serve as the foundation for America's government and way of life. #ConstitutionDay
Today, 20 years after the attacks of September 11th, #CIA Director Burns, Deputy Director Cohen and officers from across the Agency gathered at CIA's 9/11 memorial to observe a moment of quiet reflection. #911Anniversary
As we approach the 20th anniversary of September 11th, check out our #AnsweringTheCall playlist to hear officers' stories about that day and their contributions to the hunt for UBL.
Intelligence officers wore surveillance equipment that was concealed by strategic placement of accessories and clothing. Although our museum is not open to the public, each week we share a new artifact to give you a virtual peek inside. #HISTINT #Museum
Congrats to the inaugural winners of #CIA's Mission Possible Classroom Transformation competition through @ORISEconnect:   @BaltCitySchools @RPS_Schools @dcpublicschools   Learn more about the incredible teachers pushing #STEAM learning to new heights. orise.orau.gov/cia-mission-po…
Veiled references to the hidden hand of "Langley" are a staple in any good spy novel or film, but have you ever wondered why? Check out our most recent #AskMollyHale to learn about the origins of this reference. The answer will take you back to the earliest days of our republic.
Congratulations to #CIA alum Dr. Stacey Dixon on her confirmation. twitter.com/ODNIgov/status…
#WednesdayMotivation "If you are innovative, have a colorful imagination, and want to serve your country, maybe #CIA is for you. We need the best talent America has to offer, because that is what America expects and deserves." #HumansofCIA #STEM
CORONA is America's first successful photographic reconnaissance satellite. In 1960, it revolutionized CIA's collection of intelligence. Although our museum is not open to the public, each week we share a new artifact to give you a virtual peek inside. #HISTINT #Museum
#ThursdayMotivation For #CIA interns, impact is the rule, not the exception. Our interns spend their summers working in a fast-paced environment, performing meaningful work for some of the country's top decision makers. #NationalInternDay #InternsWithImpact
Impressed by the talented @USASwimming athletes? We are too, but not at all surprised. Give your cheering voice a break to check out our story about OSS officer Charles Hutter, Jr.: Doctor, Olympian, and the "best dressed man in Burma." Go @TeamUSA! #Tokyo2020
#ICYMI, DDCIA Cohen spoke with @NESN's @WebsterOnTV during Friday's @RedSox vs. @Yankees game about #CIA's historical ties to the @MLB.
William Casey began his intelligence career in the OSS. In 1981, President Reagan selected Casey to be the Director of Central Intelligence. Although our museum is not open to the public, each week we share a new artifact to give you a peek inside. #HISTINT #Museum
#OTD in 1947, President Truman signed the National Security Act which established #CIA. Take a closer look at how American intelligence evolved to form the basis of today’s Intelligence Community.
DDCIA Cohen gives a #CIA coin to @RedSox player @MichaelChavis11 who caught his ceremonial first pitch.
The Third Option Foundation heals, helps, and honors members of #CIA's paramilitary community and their families. Quietly helping those who quietly serve. thirdoptionfoundation.org
The #CIA Officers Memorial Foundation (@ciaomf2001) supports the well-being and educational needs of children and spouses of fallen #CIA officers. ciamemorialfoundation.org/donate
DDCIA David Cohen, a Boston native, threw out a ceremonial pitch at the @RedSox vs. @Yankees game @fenwaypark to bring awareness to organizations that support #CIA officers and their families.
"I am fortunate enough to have competed in three #Olympic Marathon Trials. It was a childhood dream come true, and an opportunity to show my own daughters that you should never give up on your dreams." #HumansofCIA #Tokyo2020 #Olympics
Take a listen to Director Burns' conversation with @NPRKelly on @npratc. npr.org/2021/07/22/101… twitter.com/NPRKelly/statu…
A pneumatic-tube mail-delivery system was installed in the Original HQS Building during construction. The system had over 30 miles of steel tubing. Although our museum is not open to the public, each week we share a new artifact to give you a peek inside. #HISTINT #Museum
Congrats to #CIA alum @rfaraon for taking on the notorious risotto challenge on @BravoTopChef's #TopChefAmateurs.
The #CIA Museum isn't open to the public but that doesn't mean you can't experience our vast collection of artifacts. Our video series, "The Debrief," virtually opens our doors for you to learn more about our history, people, and mission. #HISTINT #DiscoverCIA
This briefcase contained the basic tools that a CIA photointerpreter might need to analyze images in the field in support of an operation. #HISTINT #Museum
#OTD in 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt tapped Gen. William Donovan to serve as the Coordinator of Information (COI). Frustrated by the piecemeal, stove-piped information he was receiving, the COI's main goal was to gather foreign intelligence related to the War.
It almost sounds like a classic #Hollywood screenplay: A handsome leading man leaves fame and fortune behind to become a real-life #WWII spy. That’s exactly what Sterling Hayden did.
Developed by CIA's Office of Research and Development in the 1970s, this micro unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was the first insect-sized vehicle to take flight. It was intended to prove the concept of such miniaturized platforms for intelligence collection. #HISTINT #Museum
#MondayMotivation At #CIA, we are analysts, graphic designers, operations officers, accountants, scientists and so much more. We come from all walks of life but work together to protect the values we cherish as Americans. #DiscoverCIA
Have you heard the IC is a great place to work? #FindYourCalling: cia.gov/careers twitter.com/ODNIgov/status…
This compass is similar to the one used by the OSS. Military forces have used this compass since the 1950s with only minor modifications. With its olive-drab aluminum case, sighting wire, magnifying eyepiece, and luminous dial, it's accurate within 2 degrees. #HISTINT #Museum
#CIA welcomes Robin Ashton, our new Senate-confirmed Inspector General. IG Ashton most recently served as Principal Deputy Inspector General for the Intelligence Community and brings a wealth of experience to CIA, including more than three decades @TheJusticeDept.
Today on #PrideDay, hear from #CIA officers about the cultural shift that occurred at the Agency since the signing of Executive Order 12968, which gave LGBTQ+ officers the right to obtain a security clearance and serve openly in the federal government. youtube.com/watch?v=vVnndR…
Our worldwide mission means that every language is critical. Never underestimate the value your language fluency and cultural expertise can bring to #CIA. In today's #AskMollyHale we dispel the notion that CIA is only recruiting "critical" language applicants.
Students, the deadline for our needs-based #CIA Scholarship Program has been extended to June 28th! Take advantage of this opportunity and apply today: cia.gov/careers/studen… #DiscoverCIA #FindYourCalling
CIA used this drill during the late 1950s and early 1960s to create holes in masonry for implanting audio devices. During use, the operator had to hold it against their stomach, earning the hand-crank drill its nickname "Belly Buster." #HISTINT #Museum
This painting commemorates the Intelligence Community’s collaborative paramilitary intelligence collection operations in remote areas of the world and serves as a memorial to our colleagues who made the ultimate sacrifice. #HISTINT #Museum
Students, the deadline is approaching to apply for our needs-based #CIA Scholarship Program! Be sure to apply before June 18th so you don't miss the opportunity to spend your summers performing meaningful work for some of the country's top leaders. #DiscoverCIA #FindYourCalling
Whether at #CIA or anywhere else, make sure you're taking time to check out parental leave policies offered by your potential employer before you apply. In our most recent #AskMollyHale, Molly discusses CIA's paid parental leave policy and its importance to employee wellness.
This radio set and battery was hidden in Western Europe in 1961 and was not recovered until 1990. Had its use been necessary, the operator would have activated the unit by adding water to electrolytic powder and poured the solution into the battery. #HISTINT #Museum
In 2014, @NBCNews correspondent, @RichardEngel visited headquarters to chat with former #CIA Museum Director Toni Hiley about the replica of the UBL Compound model that was used to brief the president before the raid. #AnsweringTheCall youtube.com/watch?v=ZSnGHQ…
#CIA values all foreign languages, and many of our positions allow you to use your language skills to support the Agency's mission. Our Foreign Language Incentive Program provides monetary bonuses to employees who meet foreign language proficiency requirements. #DiscoverCIA
This dog tag belonged to Sala Dasanada, a Thai national working on his doctorate when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. He later joined the Free Thai Movement and reported locations of Japanese troops. General Donovan presented him with the Medal of Freedom. #HISTINT #Museum
Today, let's remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. #MemorialDay2021
Director Burns spoke with @MarthaRaddatz about #CIA service and honoring our fallen. twitter.com/thisweekabc/st…
With no written invitations, and a time and place so secret it's on a need-to-know basis, @CBS_Herridge takes us behind the curtain of a covert concert that's raised millions in scholarships for children of the intel community + special ops fallen heroes.
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“In honor of those members of the Central Intelligence Agency who gave their lives in the service of their country.” #InMemoriam
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