Military Seeks Increased Intelligence Capabilities

The Pentagon wants its special operations forces — such as Delta Force or the Navy SEALs — to have their own intelligence gathering capabilities. Intelligence expert Jennifer Kibbe discusses covert and clandestine action and how congressional oversight plays into the debate between the CIA and Pentagon over secret operations.

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