A gripping insider's look at the post-9/11 CIA In the weeks following the attacks of 9/11, the Central Intelligence Agency received over 150,000 resumes from people wanting to serve their nation. T. J. Waters became one of more than a hundred students admitted into the CIA's Clandestine Service to become Class 11, the first post- 9/11 training class. Filled with more information about the CIA's Clandestine Service Training Program than has ever been allowed into the public domain, Waters takes readers behind closed doors, where the trainees learned methods of subterfuge, mastering disguises, how to withstand interrogations, and how to cross into hostile territory undetected?and provides a moving portrait of ordinary Americans with the courage and determination to go to any lengths to protect their country.
Prior to joining the CIA, T. J. WATERS was a vice president of a private consulting firm specializingin intelligence collection and training. He is currently a senior intelligence analyst for the Department of Defense.