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3 Ways to protect your eyes from a laser attack

Throughout the years, the CIA has developed some pretty interesting spy tools, but one of the most fascinating was the CIA’s dragonfly. It was a bug-sized spy that was an incredible technical achievement in the 1970s. Back then, listening devices were a newer espionage tool. But the CIA designed a small insect-looking device that contained …

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The CIA’s secret Miami airline

Southern Air Transport was an airline based in Miami, Florida from 1947 to 1998. But it wasn’t an ordinary airline… It was a front company for the CIA. At one point, the airline was the largest business owned by the CIA, with assets of more than $50 million and over 8,000 employees worldwide. The CIA …

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3 Uncommon shooting positions to train?

Over the past few years, carjackings have risen dramatically in America’s biggest cities. Last year in Chicago more than 1,800 carjackings were reported. In 2020, there were 1,400. In Philadelphia, there were 757 reported carjackings in 2021. This is an increase of 34% from the year before. Of those, police arrested 150 people and solved …

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Teddy Roosevelt’s favorite gun?

In May of 1898, Theodore Roosevelt resigned as Assistant Secretary of the Navy to join the war effort. During the Spanish-American War, he led the volunteer Cavalry known as the Rough Riders. While preparing for the Battle of San Juan Heights he was trying to decide which firearms to carry. He was a firearms enthusiast …

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How hackers are easily infiltrating Google accounts

Google’s productivity tools such as Google Docs have over 2 billion active monthly users. This means they are also a big target for hackers. Cyber security experts recently revealed a massive increase in hackers targeting Google Docs. But it’s not only Google Docs… Hackers are also going after other Google applications including Google Slides and …

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Weapons of the Wells Fargo “kill squad”

In the Old West, people who wanted to transport money or valuables often used Wells Fargo & Co. The company had a reputation for making security a priority, and their stagecoaches carried silver, gold, and other valuables from one location to another. The valuables were secured inside an iron safe in the stagecoach. But despite …