Eko Hotels CEO In Terrorism Saga: Sues FBI and US Justice Dept Over Visa Ban Businessman and owner of Eko Hotels in Lagos Gilbert Chagoury has filed a legal action against the US government and its agencies for Privacy Act Violations. The case filed on Friday is the first to be made under the Judicial Redress Act which was signed into law by President Barack Obama in February this year. The Los Angeles Times had reported that Gilbert who was born in Nigeria and has dual citizenship was…
US Intelligence Community members 1.Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 2.United States Department of Defense Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA) 3.Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) 4.Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) 5.Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) 6.National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) 7.National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) 8. National Security Agency (NSA)
COUNTRIES CEASED TO EXIST IN 20th CENTURY <> PART 2 Yugoslavia, 1918 to 1992 <> A kind of democratic monarchy, it was annexed by Germany in WWII until Nazi Germany collapsed, which is when Josip Tito, leader of the partisan army during WWII, took over, creating a socialist Yugoslavia under his dictatorship in 1946. Yugoslavia remained socialist until 1992, when it split into Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is the intelligence agency of the United States government. It is an executive agency and reports directly to the Director of National Intelligence, with responsibility for providing national security intelligence assessment to senior United States policymakers. Intelligence-gathering is performed by non-military commissioned civilian intelligence agents, many of whom are trained to avoid tactical situations.
The deets on the SR-71 and its father A-12 are shared by the CIA
The CIA's A-12 was able to produce higher-resolution photography, but the SR-71 became the successor because it was designed with side-looking radar and cameras. This ability meant the SR-71 could achieve its reconnaissance missions without penetrating the airspace over enemy territory.