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Word Game Covert, Overt, and Clandestine Operations

Word Game Covert, Overt, and Clandestine Operations

Word Game – Covert, Overt, Clandestine Operations. Secret intelligence words used for covert, overt and clandestine operations in the US military and the CIA. Osei International Book Series- Book I Free    Before you get overly excited about Operation Paperclip, ask yourself this question? If you were in charge after World War II and knowledge about highly intelligent aerospace engineers and scientist were part of the prisoners of war package, what would you have done?   A. Left the aerospace…

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CIA Books, Fiction

CIA Books, Fiction

There is no shortage of readers and movie viewers for CIA fiction.  People are intrigued by the CIA.  Mostly it has to do with the secrecy.  For others, it means getting a chance to see far away places since the Agency isn’t supposed to operate on American soil.  The agency is steeped in secret cover-ups, theories, ideology, methodologies, you name it they’ve got a secret pertaining to the subject according to CIA enthusiast.   Sandy Ingram, the author for the Osei…

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U.S. History, NASA Secrets, CIA Fiction Free Online Story

U.S. History, NASA Secrets, CIA Fiction Free Online Story

Kenneth was one of many CIA analyst throughout U.S. History with questions concerning the NASA.  His IQ was in the lower 140’s.  The CIA was a job he could do well with little effort.  His intelligence left little room for being told what to think or how to do a job.  He had a regular assignment of duties with the Agency which he performed as required by his job description.   It was his extra-curricular activity on the job which was the driving force behind getting up each morning and acting like some cattle in a herd who shower, shave and head…

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Online Book Cyber Crime Spy Fiction Reasonable Safe for Young Adults

Online Book Cyber Crime Spy Fiction Reasonable Safe for Young Adults

It’s no secret to those who keep up with National Security issues the U.S. has experienced Middle East terrorist backdooring America via the Mexican border.  The Ose International Book Series, Book IV in particular deals with this crises in dept. The eBook presents a roller coaster ride which places the book in “thriller status.”   The author, Sandy Ingram, increases the intensity when the CIA can’t figure out if the bad guy’s headquarters is in Mexico, Syria or Central America….

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