See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism Setting & Symbolism

Robert Baer
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Langley, VA

CIA headquarters is located in Langley, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C. Robert Baer spent a year in training most of which was held in Langley. He also worked at the CIA HQ at various times during his career.

Madras, India

Robert Baer's first overseas assignment was in Madras, India. Although it was a very poor country, Robert was put up in a two-story home with seven servants. He also had a weekend beach home.

Paris, France

Robert had a tour of duty in Paris, France. He replaced Becky, a case officer who resigned from the CIA because it didn't suit her. Jacques, an arms dealer and agent in Paris, later told Robert that Becky never talked "business;" she only talked religion and tried to convert him to Christianity.

American Embassy, Beirut, Lebanon

A suicide bomber blew up the American Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon in...

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