The Secret Sentry: The Untold History of the National Security Agency Matthew M. Aid

ISBN: 9781608190966

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432 pages


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The Secret Sentry: The Untold History of the National Security Agency  by  Matthew M. Aid

The Secret Sentry: The Untold History of the National Security Agency by Matthew M. Aid
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Peering from space via satellite, tapping phones and networks, monitoring cell phone frequencies around the globe, the NSA watches friends, enemies, and terror suspects alike. Some 60 percent of the presidents daily intelligence briefing comes fromMorePeering from space via satellite, tapping phones and networks, monitoring cell phone frequencies around the globe, the NSA watches friends, enemies, and terror suspects alike.

Some 60 percent of the presidents daily intelligence briefing comes from this one agency. No one knows the NSA better than Matthew M. Aid, who has packed two decades of research in declassified archives into The Secret Sentry, the most complete account ever written of this elusive organization.From Eastern Europe to Korea to Iraq and Afghanistan, the NSA has played a key role in Americas geopolitical successes, and some of its failures.

Aid follows the NSA from its tense beginnings in the Cold War to its controversial role in the War on Terror. The Secret Sentry is nothing less than a shadow history of global affairs in the past half century.

This meticulous and engrossing narrative gives an unrivaled look at the most powerful spy agency in the world.



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