The little-known geospatial agency that helped kill Bin Laden
from The Atlantic
From May 10, 2011:
President Barack Obama's first brush with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency was ignominious. Out for lunch in May 2009, at a Five Guys burger franchise in Washington, the new president started to shake the hands of other customers, TV cameras in tow. Then he turned to men with government ID badges. "So what do you do?" the president asked.
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