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The best documents of 2014, according to the CIA


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#1 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: Reports of unusual activity in the skies in the '50s? It was us. http://1.usa.gov/1lU3oIU  (PDF 9.26MB)

#2 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: A Day in the Life of a CIA Operations Center Officer http://1.usa.gov/LMzYgI  #HUMINT

#3 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: Happy 90th to our former boss @GeorgeHWBush! http://1.usa.gov/1kRl5Zf 

#4 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: #pigeon missions are still classified. http://1.usa.gov/1p0zRx9 

#5 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: #Museum Artifact of the Week: China from Air America http://1.usa.gov/UxryyK 

#6 on our #Bestof2014 list: The #1 destination on http://CIA.gov ? #TheWorldFactbook http:// 1.usa.gov/1pR2mzT

#7 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: Real #ARGO: For the full firsthand account read: http://1.usa.gov/1z4Et9C 

#8 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: Charlie: The Robot Fish #DST http://1.usa.gov/1xV2W11 

#9 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: 1950s we used an aerial retrieval system by Robert Fulton called #Skyhook. http:// 1.usa.gov/1vNtkcc

#10 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: Every officer has a unique path to CIA, including Anne, a DI military analyst. http://1.usa.gov/1tUHKG5

SO MUCH TO READ!!!

aint nobody got time for that gif pandawhale

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