Keeping track of an enemy’s moves is an important military tactic.
During the Cold War, the United States remained aware of the Soviet Union’s plans through various methods.
Colonel Ryszard Kuklinski served as a source of information for 10 years.
The spy gave U.S. officials numerous classified documents about the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact, according to a release.
Aris Pappas, a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) personnel, will share Kuklinski’s story on Sunday.
The Cold War Museum and the Old Bust Head Brewing Company in Warrenton are hosting the presentation, which starts at 1 p.m. at the brewery.
Tickets can be purchased on eventbrite for $25 or at the door for $35. They include the presentation, a coupon for a drink, and a $10 donation to the museum.
Individuals unable to attend the event can purchase a ticket and receive access to an online video afterward. Those interested in this option may email Cold War Museum Executive Director Jason Hall at email@example.com.
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