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Robert Baer
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Robert Baer

Robert Baer was a dedicated CIA case officer who served for over twenty years recruiting agents and gathering intelligence to protect the United States' interests and security. As a young high school student, Robert dreamed of being a ski-racer and wanted to drop out of school. But his mother dashed those dreams and sent him to military school where he did well and was accepted at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. After school, he applied to the CIA on a lark but was surprised when they were soon knocking on his door.

A CIA recruiter convinced the young man to apply for the position of case officer. He was told he would be assigned overseas and be charged with recruiting agents and gathering intelligence to keep America safe and gain an inside understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of its enemies. Robert was first assigned in...

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