ION Television's Secret Agent Trivia Sweepstakes ~ 8/23/15
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Open to legal residents that physically reside in one (1) of the fifty (50) U.S. or the District of Columbia and are the legal age of majority in the jurisdiction in which they reside (and at least eighteen (18)) as of date of entry.
Entry - http://iontelevision.c
Limit one (1) Entry per Participant, per day (for maximum total of eight (8) entries per Participant throughout the Sweepstakes Period). You may only use one (1) email address to participate in the Sweepstakes.
One (1) Prize Winner will be selected in a random drawing from all completed, correct and eligible entries. Random drawing will take place on or about August 24, 2015.
Prize (1): Prize Winner will receive a trip for Prize Winner and one (1) guest from on dates to be determined by Sponsor. Trip consists of:
• roundtrip, coach class air transportation from a major U.S. gateway airport nearest winner's residence to Washington, D.C.,
• three (3) days and two (2) nights standard hotel accommodations (one (1) room, double occupancy),
• two (2) passes to the International Spy Museum with an exclusive tour, and
• $500 spending money for winner only (awarded in the form of a check or gift card) that may be used to assist with ground transportation, meals and beverages while on trip.
Approximate Retail Value ("ARV") of prize: $4,000. Travel must be completed by May 24, 2016 or prize will be forfeited and Sponsor will have no further obligation to such winner. If winner resides within a 100-mile radius of destination, ground transportation will be provided in lieu of air transportation and no compensation or substitution will be provided in lieu thereof.
Espionage comes from the word “Espionner” meaning “to spy” in what language? French
Which U.S. Government branch works primarily outside the country when conducting espionage? CIA
The background story and documents that support a spy’s fake identity are known as his or her what? Legend
What was America’s first Spy Agency named? Office of Strategic Services (OSS)
What type of intimidation is often used in the real world of espionage? Both physical and psychological
Did satellite weapons used in the films actually exist at the time of production? No
Bond is an Intelligence Officer that often breaks the rules. Would someone with his qualities be an asset to the CIA? Maybe
Although now widely available to the Intelligence community, who had facial recognition technology first? Bond