Deep in the Sonoran Desert lies a well-guarded national secret. The CIA realized long ago that if we, as a nation, wish to remain competitive with foreign intelligence agencies, agent training must begin far earlier than originally believed.
In high school.
Langley denies all knowledge of Desert Mountain Academy. The facility cannot be located on a map; satellite photographs depict a blurry patch of empty desert.
So, is it true? Are teens being trained as covert agents? Decide for yourself, but watch your back. The world of espionage is a fragile house of smoke and sand. The truth often slips through your fingers as it disappears into thin air.