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Fort Meade: Behind The Gates

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The U.S. Army Field Band is based on Fort Meade. They travel all over the world as musical ambassadors of the U.S. Army.
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The U.S. Army Field Band is based on Fort Meade. They travel all over the world as musical ambassadors of the U.S. Army.

Fort Meade is the epicenter of U.S. intelligence operations, and though it's right in our backyard, it's off most people's radars. The installation employs about 40,000 people from the D.C. area, and every week that number grows. Emily Friedman takes us behind the gates to find out what's really going on over there.

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