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Monday, 21 October 2013 13:27

October 21, 2013

by J.J. Green

WASHINGTON - It's 9:51 a.m. on Aug. 23 at the Defense Intelligence Agency headquarters.

Army Lt. Gen. and DIA Director Michael T. Flynn surprises everyone in the room when he stands up and tells his staff, "Twenty minutes and I'll be back."

"Yes, sir -- got it," responds one of his aides.

With several staffers trailing him, Flynn then sets out with this reporter for a secret place that no journalist has ever seen.

"I want to show you a place, because it will give you an impression ... of our ability to watch the world," Flynn says.


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