Monday, November 19, 2018

From The CIA With Love: A Look Back At Ian Fleming, The Man Behind The World's Most Famous Spy


While serving as the assistant to the director of British naval intelligence in WWII, Commander Ian Fleming (seen in the above photo) wrote a memo that served as a blueprint for the creation of an American WWII intelligence agency. 

And as we all know, Ian Fleming went on to write the James Bond thrillers.

In gratitude for his contribution to American intelligence, the CIA website offers a piece on Ian Fleming’s life, work and that certain memo.

You can read the piece via the below link: 


You can also read my Counterterrorism magazine piece on Ian Fleming’s intelligence gathering commando unit via the below link   

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