AGENTS UNKNOWN introduces students to unexplored aspects of the Vietnam War: intelligence collection/analysis, the problems of intelligence implementation, and the relationship of the US military intelligence infrastructure to the Vietnamese military, government, and civilians. The issues raised also apply to recent conflicts.
- Subject matter is detailed but accessible to students from high school up - Topical subject matter: issues of occupation, cultural sensitivity, trust, corruption, and environmental degradation - Never-before-seen footage graphics, maps, documents, and photos - Episodic narrative can be broken down into sections for discussion - Free study guide available (PDF file) - Class-length (65 minutes)
AGENTS UNKNOWN will be available via educational streaming-video and DVD (dates and platforms TBD)
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