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 of top-secret contemporary CIA missionsincluding the manhunt for Osama bin Laden after 9/11 and field operations in Pakistan that enabled the CIA to prevent a wave of explosions planned by al Qaeda. Veteran intelligence officers discuss the eventsfrom surveillance and raids, to arrests and evidence collection, to a joint U.S./Pakistani strike force at the doorsteps of terror cellsthat halted some of the most significant terror plots since 9/11.
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