Tag: U-2

THE CIA HATCHED TWO PLOTS TO ASSASSINATE NIXON AND SABOTAGED THE WATERGATE BREAK-IN

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When the senator later looked into the relationship between the president and his CIA director, Richard Helms, he summed it up by remarking that ‘Nixon and Helms have so much on each other, neither of them can breathe.’ ‘Nixon also

REVIEW: The U-2 Spyplane: Toward the Unknown, A New History of the Early Years

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By Christopher Pocock. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Military History, 2000. 288 pages. Reviewed by Dr. Gerald K. Haines Chris Pocock has done his homework well. His most recent book — The U-2 Spyplane, Toward the Unknown, A New History of the

U-2 Spy Plane’s Retirement Signals the End of an Era

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  After more than 50 years gathering intelligence 13 miles above the ground, the United States’ U-2 spy planes will be phased out and replaced by unmanned drones by 2015, The New York Times reported this week. Find out more