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Fort Worth has quietly become a hub for military intelligence

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posted on Mar, 3 2010 @ 11:50 PM
Star Telegram News

Hard to believe, perhaps, but beyond the rows of tactical aircraft and acres of runway at Naval Air Station Fort Worth is a rather small and publicity-shy unit of intelligence analysts overseen by the Navy Intelligence Reserve Command. "We've tended to like it that way," said Lt. Dan Eckles, who oversees the computers on-site for the Defense Intelligence Agency based at the Pentagon.

In fact, the Navy Reserve's entire world of intelligence is commanded by a one-star admiral, who has maintained the headquarters at NAS Fort Worth since the mid-1990s.

I never thought that the base down in Ft. Worth was that big of a place for military intelligence. Ive drove by a few times and the place seems just a little small. I guess it dosent really attact alot of attention. Anyway, I just thought this was a cool bit of info to put out there, since I do live somewhat close to the base to.

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