John Fox - FBI Historian, on J. Edgar Hoover s role as chief domestic intelligence officer of the United States - and as one of the most… read more
John Fox - FBI Historian, on J. Edgar Hoover s role as chief domestic intelligence officer of the United States - and as one of the most significant and controversial figures in American history - while serving as FBI Director from 1924 to his death in 1972. But who was the real Hoover?
Albert Grajales , INTERPOL Director of Puerto Rico and Coordinator of Intelligence / Antiterrorism Office of the Attorney General (Secretary of Justice) and the Special Investigations Bureau (SIB) of Puerto Rico will present an insider’s assessment of the profile of the modern terrorist, beginning with Carlos the Jackal up to today’s dangerous operatives.
David Waltrop, a CIA officer currently serving as a Program Manager in the Agency’s Historical Collections Division will share the recently declassified story of one of the most secret operations of the Cold War. Called An Underwater Ice Station Zebra, this little known undersea mission was hidden in rumor and speculation - until now. close
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