Compiled by the U.S. National Archives, this DVD set has 55 years of declassified FBI and CIA footage on espionage and special military operations. Thirty hours of film include interviews with John Anthony Walker, a retired U.S. Navy Warrant Officer convicted of spying for the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War. The collection includes the capture and trial of KGB spy Rudolf Abel and his eventual exchange for a captured CIA agent, in-depth analysis of the bribery, forgery, and other techniques employed by spies, and a film shot at FBI Academy in Quantico, VA, detailing the techniques and equipment used by the Hostage Rescue Team. Other topics include the training of the Navy's secret Frogmen Commandos, psychological operations used in Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield, and the use of espionage to infiltrate domestic crime rings. 17 DVDs. 10 3/4" L x 7 3/4" H x 3 1/3" D. (2 lbs.)
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