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Occupation: Spy in US (Infographic)

  • 17: number of different agencies in the U.S. spy network
  • $75 billion: estimated amount of money funding those 17 agencies
  • They are (number of personnel and budgets are generally classified):
  • The CIA (formed 1947), Langley, Va. Number of employees: classified
  • The National Security Agency (NSA), 1952, Fort Meade, Md., no. of employees: classified
  • Defense Intelligence Agency, 1971, Washington D.C., more than 16,500 employees
  • The State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Washington D.C., around 215 employees
  • The Air Force ISR — Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, 1947, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Employees: classified
  • FBI’s National Security Branch, 2005, Washington D.C. Formed after 9/11
  • Army Intelligence and Security Command, 1977, Fort Belvoir, Va.
  • The Department of Energy, Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, 1977, Washington, D.C.
  • Coast Guard Intelligence, 1915, Washington, D.C.
  • Office of Intelligence and Analysis, 2004, Washington D.C.
  • Drug Enforcement Administration, 1973, El Paso, Texas
  • Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, reorganized in 2002, Washington D.C.
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, renamed in 2003 , Fort Belvoir, Va. (formerly the Defense Mapping Agency, 1972)
  • The National Reconnaissance Office, 1961, Washington D.C.
  • Office of Naval Intelligence, 1882, Washington D.C.
  • DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis, 2002, Washington D.C.
  • Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), 2004, Washington, D.C.

via School for Spies.

School for Spies
Source: Homeland-Security-Degree.org

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