Cuban Missile Crisis 50th Anniversary
This program conducted in partnership with George Mason University is an example of the educational programs The Cold War Museum would like to offer. Your suggestions for future programs are welcome.

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United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation

Don and Sandy Workman (Board, The Cold War Museum)

Tatum & Atkinson, PLLC

American Military University

David Stokes

Whit Williams

Geo Eye Foundation

Syneca Research Group

Book Signing Following Cold War Conversations:

Sergei Khrushchev -- “Nikita Khrushchev and the Creation of a Superpower”

Dino Brugioni -- “Eyeball to Eyeball”

Michael Dobbs -- “One Minute to Midnight”

Ken Jack -- "Blue Moon over Cuba: Aerial Reconnaissance during the Cuban Missile Crisis" and webmaster of

Harvey Simon -- ‘The Madman Theory”

Norman Polmar -- "DEFCON-2: Standing on the Brink of Nuclear War During the Cuban Missile Crisis"

David Stokes -- "Camelot's Cousin: An Espionage Thriller"

Chris Pocock -- "50 Years of the U-2"

Col. Wayne Whitten -- "Countdown to 13 Days and Beyond: US Marine Reconnaissance Operations Against Castro's Cuba 1960-1990"

Speaker Bios (pdf)

Event Brochure (pdf)

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