800 F. Street NW
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20004

Get the inside story from a true insider.

What is it really like to meet an agent in the dead of night in a denied area? How do the objects on display in the Museum handle in the field? Get the spy's-eye view in this extraordinary program. Burton Gerber is a widely respected veteran of 39 years as a CIA case officer who served in some of the Agency's most challenging overseas posts. As chief of station in Moscow during the Cold War, he was known for his rigorous tradecraft and dedication to operations. He is the co-editor of the recent, well-received book, Transforming U.S. Intelligence.

In this exclusive, after-hours tour, Gerber will bring the Museum's unique exhibits to life with stories from his distinguished career and informed opinion on historical events. He'll share how the gadgets really worked - or didn't - and whether to include your wife in a clandestine operation.

Tickets: $60 - Members of The Spy Ring (Join Today!): $50 - Space is limited, advance registration required!

Official Website: http://www.spymuseum.org/calendar/2006_06_20_prog.asp

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