Thursday, August 1, 2013

'Secret' CIA Musuem Features Osama Bin Laden's AK 47 offers a piece on the CIA's museum, which features Osama bin Laden's AK 47.
The “coolest museum you’ll never see” has a new piece de resistance – the gun found next to the body of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan when Navy SEALs killed him in a midnight raid. 
The AK-47 is a recent addition to a collection that’s among the toughest tickets in the country for museumgoers. Tucked into various hallways at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., the museum displays the gadgets, artifacts and trophies of 70 years of spycraft, from World War II through the War on Terror. The museum is closed to the public and is only visited by employees and invited guests. It is rare for cameras to be allowed in.
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Note: Although the general public cannot visit the CIA museum, one can see some of the items from the CIA museum and other intelligence gadgets by visiting the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. 
You can read a previous post on the Spy: The Secret World of Espionage exhibit at the Franklin Institue via the below link:

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