WA National Guard opens intelligence center

Brandon Darby: informant/infiltrator/snitch

Seattle Times. Aug 29:

The Washington National Guard is opening an intelligence analysis center at Camp Murray that it will operate with the Defense Intelligence Agency and other branches of the military.

A guard spokesman, Capt. Keith Kosik (KAH’-sik), says the new $1.5 million building is a secure facility and much of its work is secret.

It’s called the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility and it will open Wednesday to provide around the clock intelligence support.

National Guard commander Brig. Gen. Bret Daugherty says it will benefit the state and nation.

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