Three years after a shake-up of American space-based intelligence that resulted in the founding of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) on Oct. 1, 1996 the branch is in dire trouble as the result of a series of major [...] (693 words)
Issue dated 22/07/1999 Reading time 3 minutes
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