This declassification series occurred while Assigned Cleaner Agents (A.C.A.) Eben07 and Ninja Dan were on assignment at Fort Knox after Eben07’s Primary Assigned Secret Agent (A.S.A.)mission. Operatives encountered a hostile organization seeking classified material for their museum exhibition.
The Smithsonian Historian Intelligence Troupe has interfered in a lot of my operations – but most of them were before Ninja Dan and I were assigned to clean together. In those days with less oversight over the ICA, field operations were conducted with one Assigned Cleaner Agent (ACA) to every Assigned Secret Agent (ASA). Times and budgets changed and the ICA had to adapt.
With the need for oversight of the ICA, J. Herman Shepard had to have more than one agent in the field per operation and bureaucratic calculations computed that if two agents worked on the same operation they would get the job done twice as fast, and doing anything twice as fast would save the Agency money, as well as the taxpayer could sleep at night knowing that we weren’t squandering their money.Smithsonian Historian Intelligence Troupe just mucks that all up by getting in the way of that all in their precious bid to make the worlds best dioramas. I’ve never understood their fervor – how they can get so passionate about making plaques and exhibits and giving fame to things that can simply be thrown away and forgotten. Do we really need to remember the one time that Fort Knox’s was attempted to be dirty bombed by a pudgy Austrian? I don’t think so.
Department of Intelligence and Espionage