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  • Remembering CIA’s Heroes: Tyrone S. Woods/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/remembering-cia2019s-heroes-tyrone-woods.html No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-09-12T15:00:00-04:00Agency PageRemembering CIA’s Heroes: Glen A. Doherty/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/remembering-cia2019s-heroes-glen-doherty.html No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-09-12T15:00:00-04:00Agency PageThe Recruit(s): Learning the Basics/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/the-recruits-learning-the-basics.html <b>Feature Story: </b>The six puppies in CIA’s fall class – Suni, Heide, Freya, Lulu, Nicole, and Indigo – have no previous explosive detection training. So how to do you teach a dog to find a bomb? You start with the basics.No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-09-13T03:08:19-04:00Agency PageCIA Releases Declassified Documents on the Cold War Soviet Navy/news-information/press-releases-statements/2017-press-releases-statements/cia-releases-declassified-documents-on-the-cold-war-soviet-navy.html <b>Press Release: </b>CIA Releases Declassified Documents on the Cold War Soviet NavyNo publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-09-06T16:05:00-04:00Agency Press ReleaseCIA Launches Signature School Program at Baruch College/news-information/press-releases-statements/2017-press-releases-statements/cia-launches-signature-school-program-at-baruch-college.html <b>Press Release: </b>CIA Launches Signature School Program at Baruch CollegeNo publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-08-31T14:26:27-04:00Agency Press ReleaseThe Recruit(s): Puppies’ First Visit to the Vet/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/the-recruits-puppies-first-visit-to-vet.html <b>Feature Story: </b>The Agency’s four new K9 recruits – Suni, Indigo, Freya, and Nicole – have their first veterinary exam since joining the CIA program with Dr. Buck Drummond at Old Dominion Animal Health Center. He specializes in the unique medical challenges of working dogs. Heide and Lulu, the other two CIA “Puppy Class” K9s, belong to Frederick County Fire Marshal and Fairfax County Police respectively and will have exams at their local vets.No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-09-06T23:20:00-04:00Agency PageThe Recruit(s): Meet the Puppies!/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/the-recruits-meet-the-puppies.html <b>Feature Story: </b>CIA’s K9 trainers met a lot of really great dogs who would have likely succeeded in our explosive detection program. It was a difficult decision, but there was only room for six. Meet the CIA’s first all-female Puppy Class!No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-08-29T18:35:00-04:00Agency PageThe Recruit(s): Picking the Pups/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/the-recruits-picking-the-pups.html <b> Featured Story: </b>Our K9 instructors traveled to several different organizations throughout the region to evaluate 1-2 year old Labrador Retrievers as possible candidates for CIA's fall "puppy class." They must find six new recruits. Learn about the testing process and what makes a dog a good candidate for explosive detection work. #CIAK9No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-08-24T15:30:00-04:00Agency PageFollow CIA’s Newest Puppy Class!/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/follow-cias-newest-puppy-class.html <b>Featured Story Series: </b>Meet CIA’s newest K9 recruits and get an inside look at our nationally-recognized explosive detection dog training program. Follow along as we see how the puppies are selected, trained, paired with their handlers, perform on their national certification tests, and hopefully, graduate. Check back often for new updates! #CIAK9No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-08-24T15:20:00-04:00Agency PageRemembering CIA’s Heroes: Barry S. Castiglione/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/remembering-cias-heroes-barry-s-castiglione.html <b>Featured Story: </b>Barry S. Castiglione, a CIA employee for 10 years, died in El Salvador in July 1992, while rescuing a fellow employee from drowning. His story is a reminder of the sheer sweep of our global mission, and his experiences exemplify the risks inherent to intelligence work, as well as the bravery and integrity of those like Barry who heed the call to serve their country.No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-08-17T13:30:00-04:00Agency PageTop Ten Reasons to Apply to the CIA Scholarship Program /news-information/blog/2017/top-ten-reasons-to-apply-to-the-cia-scholarship-program.html <b>Blog Post: </b>Did you know the CIA has scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students? Did you know you could get paid to go to school? Here are our top 10 reasons to apply to the CIA Scholarship Program.No publisherblogItemNewsroom2017-07-27T16:30:00-04:00Agency PageRemembering CIA’s Heroes: Richard Daniel Krobock/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/remembering-cias-heroes-richard-krobock.html <b>Feature Story: </b>"Rare is the man who has a full life by the age of 31. Rarer still is the man who, simply through the quiet strength of his personality and the resolve of his character, can dramatically affect the lives of the people who have encountered him. Richard Daniel Krobock was that man."No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-07-20T11:25:00-04:00Agency PageA Day in the Life of a CIA Cyber Threat Analyst Intern/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-cia-cyber-threat-analyst-intern.html <b>Featured Story: </b>Every officer has a unique path to the Agency, and CIA interns are no exception. CIA.gov recently sat down with a Cyber Threat Analyst Intern in the Directorate of Analysis (DA) to learn more about her journey to the CIA and her experiences during her summer internships. She is back this summer for her second tour with the Agency and looks forward to working at CIA full time once she graduates next year.No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-07-13T15:15:00-04:00Agency PageDirector Pompeo Delivers Remarks at INSA/news-information/speeches-testimony/2017-speeches-testimony/director-pompeo-delivers-remarks-at-insa.html <b>Speech: </b>Remarks as Prepared for Delivery by CIA Director Mike Pompeo at INSA Leadership Dinner (July 11, 2017) No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-07-11T19:45:00-04:00Agency SpeechA Day in the Life of a CIA Scholarship Recipient/news-information/featured-story-archive/2017-featured-story-archive/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-cia-scholarship-recipient.html <b>Featured Story: </b>The CIA Undergraduate Scholarship program is a financial needs based initiative that offers undergraduate students an unmatched experience in a diverse and inclusive environment. Undergraduate students, serving as scholarship recipients with the CIA, attend an accredited college/university on a full-time basis, studying a variety of subjects, and work during summer breaks at the CIA. While working at CIA, students are exposed to intelligence challenges while performing meaningful work that relates to their college major. Read more to hear from a current CIA undergraduate scholarship STEM student about his experiences in this unique program.No publisherNewsroomfeeditem2017-07-06T11:50:00-04:00Agency Page