A second generation CIA officer, Alan B. Trabue traveled extensively in Central America, South America, the Far East, Southeast Asia and Europe interrogating foreign spies. For five years, he directed the CIA's world-wide covert ops polygraph program. He served as Director of the CIA Polygraph School for six years and as an adjunct instructor at the current federal polygraph school for eight years. He retired in 2011.
In the first half, historian, economist, and speaker, Neil Howe discussed his work on generations and how they shape history. According to his theory, different types of generations tend to repeat in the same order.
A second generation CIA officer, More »Host: George Noory