60 Minutes features Wright Patt’s NASIC for story on North Korea

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Air and Space Intelligence Center knows our adversaries secrets

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

The CBS News television program 60 Minutes is scheduled to broadcast a segment Sunday that examines the role the National Air and Space Intelligence Center has in determining the North Korean missile threat to the United States.

The report features an interview with NASIC commander Col. Sean P. Larkin and missile analysts at the center headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

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Sunday, the Dayton Daily News takes an inside look at NASIC’s role determining air, space and cyber threats to the nation and the North Korean missile threat. The headquarters has more than 3,000 employees who do everything from missile analysis to dissect foreign technology to find the secret it holds at Wright-Patterson.

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WHIO-TV is scheduled to broadcast 60 Minutes at 7 p.m. Sunday on Channel 7.