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The CIA Museum: A Private Tour  

The CIA Museum, inside the CIA Headquarters building in Langley, Virginia, is not open to the public. Dr. Wyman, a CIA retiree, was recently given a special, 2-hour private tour by the Museum’s Founder and Director. In addition, he was also given exclusive permission and support to create this unique, special PowerPoint “Private Tour” of this exclusive museum. This program includes many espionage artifacts never before made public, reveals some declassified, previously Top Secret intelligence operations, and identifies some of the brave people who carried them out.

 

The CIA Museum: A Private Tour             Instructor:  Don Wyman
Course #:  HIS171 Course Fee- Members: $10; Non-Members: $15
This class meets 1 time on: F, 11/22/2019    Time:  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
   Room:  Cypress Hall
   
Seats Available: 26  
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