In the summer of 2006, as many as 18 conspirators planned to simultaneously blow up almost 10 airplanes by bringing hydrogen peroxide-injected soda-bottles-turned-bombs onto flights bound from London to the U.S. and Canada. With unprecedented access to undercover agents and top officials from British Counter-Terror Command, the CIA and Homeland Security, National Geographic goes inside the true story behind the largest and most sophisticated terrorism plot since September 11, 2001, which changed airline security measures around the world.
From the producers of the critically acclaimed series Locked Up Abroad, The Liquid Bomb Plot, delves deeply into the investigation from both sides of the Atlantic with rare surveillance footage and exclusive, firsthand interviews with some of the most senior officials involved in the race to stop the bombers just days before they put their plan into action.
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Gathering sensitive intelligence and conducting covert operations to
keep Americans safe, agents in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) tackle tasks that would make James Bond sweat. Now, learn how they do it. Join National Geographic for an inside view ...
Danger, technology and teamwork come together in this
program about a group of young soldiers, the US Army's 23rd Engineer Company. These Sappers are charged with clearing routes in southern Afghanistan and disarming the military's number one threat: IEDs. This ...
In the wake of the 150th anniversary of
the Civil War, National Geographic follows descendants of ordinary Americans as they embark on personal journeys to discover the stories of their ancestors in the bloodiest war in American history. This three-part ...