National Clandestine Service
|The clandestine arm of the CIA.|
|National Clandestine Service|
|Predecessor||Directorate of Operations|
|Formation||13 October 2005|
|Parent organization||Central Intelligence Agency|
• Counterterrorism Center|
• Operation 40
• Special Activities Division
• CIA Near East and South Asia Division
|Wikipedia page||National Clandestine Service|
- Operation 40 is a former CIA hit squad which was probably long ago moved off the books into the preserve of deep state control
- The Counterterrorism Center, not to be confused with the National Counterterrorism Center (ODNI)), was established in 1986
- Clandestine Service, CIA, accessed 15 March 2010.
- CIA Celebrates 60 Years, CIA, 15 March 2010.
- CIA Director's Statement on the Upcoming Retirement of the NCS Director, CIA, 8 August 2007.
- Director's Statement on New NCS Director, CIA, 14 September 2007.
Facts about "National Clandestine Service"
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|Display date||13 October 2005 - Present +|
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|Start||13 October 2005 +|