pesco at December 2nd, 2013 12:17 — #1
mindysan33 at December 2nd, 2013 12:23 — #2
You know what they won't have paintings of: ALIENS!!!
Also (and more seriously), I wonder if they commemorate their support of the arts via covert funding.. like did someone paint a painting of Jackson Pollock painting?
euansmith at December 2nd, 2013 12:41 — #3
... important moments in the history of US intelligence?
This is a very small gallery then?
vonbobo at December 2nd, 2013 13:38 — #4
The 7' water boarding tryptic will look fantastic above the fireplace.
salgak at December 2nd, 2013 13:45 — #5
They probably do, but you're not cleared to see them. Just sayin'. . . .
mindysan33 at December 2nd, 2013 13:52 — #6
Obama is looking at them right now, as is every former president, who gets an alien painting to put in their home, I'm sure.
wrecksdart at December 2nd, 2013 14:00 — #7
Naturally, the facts (and I use that word lightly) of each of these missions is still locked away behind eyes-only classifications, but hey, here's a painting and a summary, so take your FOIA requests and shove 'em.
uniqueusername at December 2nd, 2013 14:12 — #8
Through a strange twist of fate, the aliens are actually sentient oil paintings, and Thomas Kinkade was just a cover for their invasion.
joeblough at December 2nd, 2013 16:15 — #9
DIA (defense intelligence agency) also has some nice paintings of soviet bombers, ekranoplans, etc. picked some of those up on ebay a few years ago.
raybert at December 2nd, 2013 17:19 — #10
gnorrn at December 2nd, 2013 20:11 — #11
Your tax dollars at work.
joeblough at December 2nd, 2013 21:43 — #12
well, no, but obvs someone who worked there and had the posters unloaded them.
dnebdal at December 3rd, 2013 07:09 — #13
... and I just found another Christmas present for someone.
israel_b at December 3rd, 2013 07:49 — #14
Neat stuff! I'd love to see these in person.
pesco at December 7th, 2013 12:17 — #15
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