Inside story of U.S. black ops in post-war Japan!

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Today’s story comes from Asia Times. ” When I first came to Japan in 1962, in the US military, assigned to Fuchu Air Station in the Tokyo suburbs. I was 19, a trained electronic intelligence analyst working in the Elint Center, a windowless bunker protected by armed guards – under the joint supervision of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which was making top-secret U-2 spy flights over the Soviet Union and Red China three times a week, and the National Security Agency, which operated low-altitude flights and coastal surveillance missions in those areas.” Click here to read the rest of this article.

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