Cold War Cryptology and the KBG
In a ceremony, the CIA released the first of 2,200 coded messages in connection with Soviet espionage against the U.S. atomic program. The cryptographers who participated in the secret work were recognized for the first time.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Dennis Boxx Deputy Assistant Secretary Department of Defense
- William P. Crowell Deputy Director National Security Agency
- John M. Deutch Director Central Intelligence Agency
- Louis J. Freeh Director Federal Bureau of Investigation
- David A. Hatch Historian National Security Agency
- David Kahn Director National Cryptologic Museum
- J. "Mike" Michael McConnell Director National Security Agency
- Daniel Patrick Moynihan U.S. Senator [D] New York
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