Who does not know the alias CIA Central Intelligence Agency, is the U.S. government’s secret services. Formed on 18 September 1947 with the signing of the NSA (National Security Act) – U.S. national security agencies – by President Harry S. Truman. At that time, which became the number one in the CIA is Lieutenant General Hoyt S. Vandenberg. NSA itself has changed its name to the DCI (Director of centeral Intelligence), which is coordinating, evaluating, mengkorelasi, and sending CIA agents, including outside the United States to maintain national security. Now the CIA led by Porter J. Goss.
The CIA also uses robots in its operations. For example “Charlie”, an unmanned submersible vehicle that looks like a fish. This vehicle is controlled through the radio and ballast systems and sophisticated so that it can dive propulsinya secretly.In the era of the Cold War with the Soviet Union, the tasks focused more on the CIA’s counter-intelligence. Now, the CIA also began dealing narcotics, international crime, illegal arms trade, and the warmest is the counter-terrorist. The latter is especially after 11 September 2001 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center.
Equip the agents with the CIA spy-kits, in the hands of the Directorate of Science and Technology. Various advanced equipment ever used the CIA in the early days of his birth until the Cold War era CIA kept in museums in McLean, the state of Virginia. As a dollar of money that can be ‘container’ document and the machine, called Enigma code-breaking machine that gives a chance to provide answers 150,000,000,000,000,000,000, mikrodot camera that can only be read under a microscope. That is part of intelligence equipment used between 1950-1960’s.
“Belly Buster” Hand-Crank Audio Drill
Stereoscope and Case
Single-Use Encoder Pads
“Dead” Drop Spike
M-209 Cipher Box
Code in a Compact
Silver Dollar Concealer
Silver Dollar Concealer Interior
CIA ID Card for Allen W. Dulles
Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife
Seismic Intruder Detection Device
Tobacco Pouch Camera