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In the summer of 1985, with the Pentagon's budget under assault in Congress, the White House found it convenient to order the declassification of the final summary of the top-secret estimate on Soviet strategic forces, which it promptly published.
To find out more about top-secret spy tech, read on!
The only thing will be that the security of the nation will be compromised because these are top-secret operations," Verma said.
GCHQ is the top-secret base near Cheltenham, Glos, which monitors emails, phone calls and the web.
When the death of the granddaughter of a senator who is a presidential hopeful occurs, Dallas is brought in to manage the high priority top-secret investigation.
* The Clinton administration gave a license to Shen Jun, the son of a top Red Chinese general, allowing him to be a project manager with Hughes Space and Communications on top-secret satellite programs.
US experts said they would have been able to fly the top-secret EP-3 surveillance plane home.
But during World War II, it became President Roosevelt's top-secret meeting room.
HOME Secretary Jack Straw last night ordered an investigation into reports that top-secret intelligence on some of Britain's most dangerous prisoners was found on a lap-top computer.
A US National Security Agency intelligence analyst has been jailed for 24 years for selling top-secret documents to the Soviet KGB.
The intelligence community has warned that these articles could blow the cover of contract companies doing top-secret work for the government.
A FORMER MI6 officer tried to sell top-secret files to one of Britain's Nato allies, a court heard yesterday.