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August 19, 1983
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Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP88-0107OR000200840002-4 RADIO TV REPORTS, INC. PUBLIC AFFAIRS STAFF STATION WTOP Radio DATE August 19, 1983 7:50 PM CITY Recruiting for CIA Washington, DC JAMIE BRAGG: Looking for an interesting job dealing with high technology or international relations? WTOP's Pam Coulter reports on one offering at a jobs fair in Arlington sponsored by the Non-Commissioned Officers Association. PAM COULTER: Dressed in a dark blue business suit, he could be a recruiter for IBM, Bendix, or MCI, but is a person- nel officer for the Central Intelligence Agency. There was a long line of military personnel and retirees lined up at his table to find out what jobs are available at the Company, and whether they might qualify. Roger Andrews says the CIA is now a popular employment prospect for both ex-military people and college students. ROGER ANDREWS: I think in some cases the military is very good training for the CIA, especially in logistics and communications. The various military services have very good communications schools that are very useful. The military service also offers overseas experience and that seems to get into what we're looking for as well. COULTER: Like everybody else, the CIA is looking for people with high technology expertise, computer experts, and information specialists. Material supplied by Radio N Reports, Inc. may be used for file and reference purposes only. It may not be reproduced, sold or publicly demonstrated or exhibited. Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP88-0107OR000200840002-4 Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP88-0107OR000200840002-4 Andrews also says that they are looking for overseas intelligence officers. De-code that and it sounds like spy. Pam Coulter, WTOP, News Radio-15. Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP88-0107OR000200840002-4