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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

For the Celestial Intervention Agency, see separate entry.
Central Intelligence Agency
Leader: Various
Also known as: CIA

Affiliated with:

United States of America
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Appearances:
Notable Members:
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The Central Intelligence Agency or CIA was an international intelligence branch of the United States government. Bill Filer worked for the CIA. (DW: The Claws of Axos)

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Memory-beta

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The Flag of the United States of America, circa 2033.

The Central Intelligence Agency, more popularly known as the CIA, was the intelligence service of the United States of America in the 20th and 21st centuries.

The Beta 5 computer provided agent Gary Seven with a CIA alias when he went to stop the United States from launching an orbital nuclear warhead platform. Before Roberta Lincoln learned the true nature of Seven's work, Seven told her that he worked for the CIA. (TOS episode: "Assignment: Earth")

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DC Comics

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From DC Database

Image:Quote1.png What we have here is your basic CIA guns for drugs operation. In order to combat the relentless horror of worldwide communism, the Company supplies right-wing lunatics, career criminals and the brain-dead with weapons, partially funded by the sale of cocaine in the U.S. It's a living, right? Image:Quote2.png
--Boston Brand
Organization Template Organization Template
Central Intelligence Agency

Official Name
Central Intelligence Agency
Organization Aliases
C.I.A.; The Agency; The Company

Status
Status

Organization Identity

Universe

Base Of Operations


Origin
Origin
Created by Congress with the National Security Act of 1947

Place of Formation

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian intelligence agency of the United States government. Its primary function is collecting and analyzing information about foreign governments, corporations, and persons in order to advise public policymakers. The Central Intelligence Agency was created by Congress with the National Security Act of 1947, signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. It is the descendant of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) of World War II, which was dissolved in October 1945 and its functions transferred to the State and War Departments.

During the 1980s, the CIA was heavily involved in a series of controversial operations which involved trading weapons for money laundered by Central American cartels through their various narcotics operations. One such operation took place in Belize, where a section chief named Grace Kasaba ran a guns-for-drugs op from the base of an ancient Mayan pyramid. Her actions here awakened the spirit of the Mayan God of War, Talaoc, who took possession of her body. Deadman became involved in this affair and destabilized the CIA's influence in this region. [1]

Paraphernalia

Equipment: None known.

Notes

  • The Central Intelligence Agency is an actual government sponsored organization active in the United States.
  • The CIA is not to be confused with the Central Bureau of Investigation, another civilian organization that frequently employed costumed heroes such as Speedy. Although the two agencies are analogous to one another, they both seem to exist independently of the other.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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A CIA agent in GTA III.

The Central Intelligence Agency or CIA is a government agency of the United States of America. The organization also appears in the Grand Theft Auto series. They appear in Grand Theft Auto III, and possibly Grand Theft Auto IV, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. In GTA III the CIA monitor the Shoreside Lift Bridge when Ray Machowski tries to flee the city by flight. They are also said to have an interest in the Cartel manufactured drug SPANK. In 1992 they make another appearance when CJ attempts to obtain a package for Mike Toreno, and when he has to bomb a plane containing a consignment of land mines. While on board the Andromada plane they utter strange phrases that is speculated evidence of UFOs and aliens in the game. In 1986 the setting of GTA Vice City pedestrians (presumed to be the CIA) are seen as bodyguards for a man when Tommy has to assassinate a businessman and steal his briefcase. In GTA IV the U.L. Paper may be the CIA as this is what they are titled in the games data files.

In GTA III the CIA are portrayed as men with light skin, dark hair, and black suits with their voice sounding like Lazlow. These renditions also appear as everyday pedestrians in Liberty City. In GTA San Andreas they appear with two different agents. One with light skin, black suit and tie, gray hair, and dark sunglasses. The other agent has dark skin, a black suit with a black tie, black hair and mustache, and black sunglasses also this agent never talks to Carl unlike the other one. These two could be a reference to the film Men In Black, or Rockstar Games placed them there to go along with the alien theme out in the desert. In Vice City they appear as the bodyguards at the Malibu Club.

For vehicles and weapons they differ in each game. In III they only appear to have ownership of the M-16 and the Uzi with no vehicles. In Vice City they have various weapons. They have MP5s, Brass Knuckles, and Micro Uzis. And for vehicles the have gloss black Admirals, and Ponys. In San Andreas they have AK-47s along with the Micro Uzi. Vehicles for them are a special black Maverick and a black Bobcat. The agents in Vice City are also seen collaborating with the Streetwannabes when Tommy has to interrupt a deal between both parties and steal the merchandise.


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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

Central Intelligence Agency emblem.

The Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, is an intelligence agency of the United States Government, responsible for obtaining and analyzing information about foreign governments, corporations, and individuals, and reporting such information to the various branches of the U.S. Government. They also engage in more active roles, by "leaking" information (both true and false), to influence the actions of others towards the interests of the United States; and by engaging in covert operations where direct, but discreet, action is required.

In Lost

CIA Agent Alyssa Cole puts pressure on Sayid.

In "The Greater Good", Sayid was detained, auspiciously on suspicion of terrorism, at an airport and led to a room where he was introduced to CIA Agent Alyssa Cole, and Agent Robbie Hewitt from Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS). The two told Sayid that his former college roommate Essam Tasir was involved in a terrorist plot to blow up an Australian government building with a stash of C4, and they wanted to recruit Sayid to infiltrate the group. Sayid initially refused, but finally agreed to help when they promised to reveal Nadia's current whereabouts. They later use this leverage to prevent him from backing out of the sting later on.

Unanswered Questions

Unanswered questions
  1. Do not answer the questions here.
  2. Keep the questions open-ended and neutral: do not suggest an answer.
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Central Intelligence Agency/Theories
  • 1. Does the CIA know about the island?
  • 2. Does the CIA know about Benjamin Linus?
  • 3. Does the CIA know about Charles Widmore?

External links

  • The CIA's website.
  • The Wikipedia article on the CIA.
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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

Organization Template Organization Template
Central Intelligence Agency

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Official Name
Central Intelligence Agency
Origin
Origin
Government Organization

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

History of this organization is unknown.

Paraphernalia

Equipment: None known.
Transportation: None known.
Weapons: None known.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Links and References

  • None.

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