Think you know the CIA? Some of these stories might just surprise you...
This year we dove deep into our archives to uncover some of the most unexpected and fascinating aspects of our history. From behind the walls of one of America’s most mysterious sites to a rumored recipe Julia Child cooked up to keep the sharks at bay, this year’s most popular stories on cia.gov covered a lot of unusual ground. Unsung heroes who lost their lives in service to their country, the true story behind a famous photograph during the Fall of Saigon, dog training tips from one of the best scent-detection programs in the world...we covered it all. So sit back and enjoy the CIA’s 15 most popular stories of 2015. (We can’t wait to show you what we have planned for 2016!)
#15: Top 10 Research Tips for a Great School Year from CIA Librarians
#14: Remembering CIA's Heroes: William F. Buckley
#13: The Enigma of Alan Turing
#12: Cloak and Dagger: The Unexpected Beginnings of CIA
#11: Studies in Intelligence Celebrates 60th Birthday
#10: Julia Child and the OSS Recipe for Shark Repellent
#9: What do James Bond, Downton Abbey, and the CIA have in Common?
#8: Post Office Dedicated To Fallen CIA Operations Officer
#7: Surprise, Kill, Vanish: The Legend of the Jedburghs
#6: Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Jacqueline K. Van Landingham
#5: Area 51, U-2 and the Accidental Test Flight
#4: CIA's Top 10 Dog Training Tips
#3: May Day Over Moscow: The Francis Gary Powers Story
#2: The Last Days in Saigon
#1: OXCART vs Blackbird: Do You Know the Difference?
Posted: Dec 31, 2015 11:19 AM
Last Updated: Dec 31, 2015 12:21 PM