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By Cord Devlin

As a proud asset of the National Security Agency (NSA), I am privileged to serve my country and protect its citizens. From terrorism and cyberattacks to foreign espionage and even extraterrestrial threats, the NSA is on the front lines. I’ve been privileged to serve the NSA for many years, and I can attest to the vital role that the agency plays in protecting the nation from all of the aforementioned challenges.

A Key Player in the Intelligence Community The National Security Agency has a long and proud history, dating to its establishment during the height of the Cold War. Over the years, the agency has grown and evolved to meet the changing threats facing the United States. It has become one of the largest and most-sophisticated intelligence organizations in the world.

As an NSA freelancer, I’m proud to say that I’ve been a part of numerous operations that have helped deter extraterrestrial threats. To their credit, my handlers recognized my interest in speculative science fiction could be an asset when dealing with off-world dangers.

Mission and Capabilities The NSA’s mission is to protect the nation by gathering, processing, and disseminating signals intelligence. It does this while simultaneously safeguarding the citizenry’s privacy and civil liberties.

The NSA is capable of intercepting and analyzing communications, cracking encryption codes, and collecting data including from extraterrestrial signals.

As a National Security Agency operative, I have used these capabilities and I have also worked closely with the CIA and the FBI. Sharing information has been essential in preventing duplication of effort. Coordinating our efforts has helped us thwart extraterrestrial designs on our world.

Conclusion As a proud NSA asset, I serve my country — and in some cases, the world. The Agency plays a critical role, and I am honored to be a part of this important work to detect and defuse otherworldly threats.


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