The CIA uses board games to train officers—and I got to play them | Ars Technica


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Also: why the CIA embraces training game cheaters, whether El Chapo hit a fire alarm.
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Also: why the CIA embraces training game cheaters, whether El Chapo hit a fire alarm.
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The CIA uses board games to train officers—and I got to play them
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This article on the boardgames that the CIA developed in-house to train their agents is really interesting
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The CIA uses board games to train officers—and I got to play them
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Alarms and flashing lights have begun blaring in a hotel meeting room, much to the chagrin of CIA Senior Collection Analyst David Clopper.
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