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Counterintelligence expert and author Stuart Herrington sets the stage for his introduction to military intelligence duty in Cold War Berlin in 1968. Over the course of a friendly conversation he comments on: The Fall of Saigon, the Foreign Counterintelligence Activity (FCA) and catching Clive Conrad & James Hall, Operation Just Cause in Panama,The Gulf War, MACV SOG in the Vietnamese provinces, The Iraq War, Guantanamo, and lunch with Henry Kissinger. He shares some memoir writing advice along with lessons learned from a renowned and decorated career in military intelligence. TRANSMISSION 022


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