Words, Terms and Codes
Here is a reference
resource for all those spy codes and covert talk.
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- a spy
operating without cover or backup.
- NAICHO –
one of Japan's intelligence agencies.
- NARCOTHERAPY HYPNOSIS
– CIA interrogators use
hypnosis to force regression in the prisoner to make him
believe he is talking to his spouse. The prisoner is first
prepared by pharmaceuticals according to the following
protocol. 1. An injection of 10 mg sodium pentothal to render
unconscious. 2. Wait 20 minutes. 3. An injection of 10 mg
benzodrine to revive the prisoner to a state partway between
waking and sleep. 4. Repeat step 3 if required. At the end of
the interrogation a hypnotically induced amnesia is invoked.
– a branch of psychology used
by intelligence agencies and security services to covertly
manipulate unsuspecting human targets.
- NEUTRON BOMBARDMENT
– used by security services
like Britain's MI.5, America's FBI, Germany's BfV, and
France's DST to detect microdots and invisible writing in
postal mail. Originally developed by the Atomic Weapons
Research Establishment in Britain for use by MI.5.
- NIGHTCRAWLER –
a talent spotter who prowls bars and nightclubs looking for
government employees, military personnel, etc. who can be
compromised using booze, drugs, or sex. Also see TALENT
- NINJAS –
slang for members of a SWAT team.
- NITROUS OXIDE –
an anesthetic inhalant used to render sleeping targets
unconscious during surreptitious entry by goon squads.
- NMI –
Norway's security service.
- NOC - A
spy with Non-Official Cover. A fake or real private sector job
used by a case officer as a cover.
- NOTIONAL AGENT -
Made up or nonexistent secret agent, usually used for a source
of fabricated information or the means by which such
information was obtained
- NSA –
US sigint intelligence agency and security service, the
National Security Agency.
- NSS –
Bulgaria's security service.
- NSTL –
the FBI's national security threat list
- British term for the bait (money, political
asylum, sex, or career opportunity) used to offer a potential
- Russian term for the security service officer who
accompanies delegations to other countries to prevent anyone