A CIA MOMENT
There are four new stars on the CIA Memorial Wall. That makes 111 stars altogether in the lobby of the federal agency, each symbolizing a member of the intelligence community who died in the line of duty since the CIA was founded in 1947. In keeping with the clandestine nature of things, there are no names, only stars. Four were added Monday to honor those killed in 2013.
“Each of the 111 stars carved into the marble wall behind me is an expression of love, respect and eternal devotion. Together, they silently testify to nearly seven decades of valor and dedication, virtue and sacrifice, all on behalf of our republic,” CIA Director John O. Brennan told the hundreds