The benefits of using spies and espionage in military matters were identified early in mankind’s history. Both the pharaohs of Egypt and Caesars of Rome setup embassies in neighboring nations in order to monitor the expansion and movement of military forces. As technology increased the potential scale of warfare, it became critical to know from where and when threats would emerge. This can be seen in the plethora of methods used in acquiring information on a not-so-friendly nation. These include high altitude reconnaissance photography, actual battlefield observation, and covert missions. All this information usually focuses at the Intelligence Center, which collates and analyzes this valuable data from their diverse and remote sources.
|Civilization III Wonders|
Colossus • Copernicus' Observatory • Cure for Cancer • Great Library • Great Lighthouse • Great Wall • Hanging Gardens • Hoover Dam • Internet • J.S. Bach's Cathedral • Knights Templar • Leonardo's Workshop • Longevity • Magellan's Voyage • Manhattan Project • Mausoleum of Mausollos • Newton's University • Oracle • Pyramids • SETI Program • Shakespeare's Theater • Sistine Chapel • Smith's Trading Company • Statue of Zeus • Sun Tzu's Art of War • Temple of Artemis • Theory of Evolution • United Nations • Universal Suffrage
Apollo Program • Battlefield Medicine • Forbidden Palace • Heroic Epic • Intelligence Agency • Iron Works • Military Academy • Pentagon • Secret Police Headquarters • Strategic Missile Defense • Wall Street