Educational opportunities for military children have a sizable impact on a service member's willingness to accept a duty assignment.
American espionage is as old as the republic itself. President George Washington was not just a founder of our nation, he was a founder of the country’s first spy rings. Author and former CIA official Robert Wallace introduces us to the hundreds of spies who’ve plied their trade in the nation’s capital and the many seemingly-ordinary sites throughout D.C., Maryland and Virgina shaped by espionage.
- Robert Wallace Co-author, Spy Sites of Washington, DC and former director of the CIA's Office of Technical Services.
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