WW-II, America formed its first formal intelligence agency which came to be
known as the Office of Strategic Services or OSS. Led by WW-I Medal of Honor
recipient, William Donovan, who was ordered by President Roosevelt to create,
train and staff an exceptional group of individuals to carry the war to the
enemy on all fronts. A part of the OSS was dedicated to the development and use
of a wide range of clandestine and exotic weaponry.
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