The International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., opened Sunday to showcase a collection of espionage-related global artifacts and different types of intelligence-gathering activity, Military Times reported Sunday.
The 140K-square-foot historical facility at 700 L’Enfant Plaza displays a range of methods and equipment used to obtain information to support human, signals and geospatial intelligence operations. It is said to be the world’s largest repository of international espionage memorabilia.
Jill Singer, vice president for national security, public sector and wholesale relations at AT&T and a 2019 Wash100 winner, said the museum offers visitors a look into various gadgetry and analytical tasks that involve both technical and overhead collection procedures.
“All of that technology that you’re going to see here, combined with the human brain power, is what we will be bringing to bear as a nation on figuring out how to do about Iran, or any other country,” added Singer, who also serves as a member of the museum's board.