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The NSA's task was to gather intelligence on terrorist groups like [[Kobra]] and [[Brother's Day]]. If necessary, armed agents would track, apprehend and potentially kill enemies of the state.<ref>"[[Plague]]", "[[Zeta (episode)|Zeta]]", and as the antagonists in [[The Zeta Project]]</ref>
 
The NSA's task was to gather intelligence on terrorist groups like [[Kobra]] and [[Brother's Day]]. If necessary, armed agents would track, apprehend and potentially kill enemies of the state.<ref>"[[Plague]]", "[[Zeta (episode)|Zeta]]", and as the antagonists in [[The Zeta Project]]</ref>
   
By 2041, one of their tactics involve [[Infiltration Units]], [[synthoid]]s that replace people to gather information or exterminate dangerous people; the use of Infiltration Units was not known by the public<ref>"[[Zeta (episode)|Zeta]]"</ref> and androids passing as humans were in fact illegal. <ref>"[[Terry's Friend Dates a Robot]]"</ref> The NSA had increasingly advanced synthoids made, including [[Project Zeta]] and synthoids that could regenerate false flesh disguises.<ref>"[[The Hologram Man]]"</ref> When the synthoid [[Zeta]] was believed to have turned renegade, the NSA attempted to capture and reprogram him.
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By 2041, one of their tactics involve [[Infiltration Units]], [[synthoid]]s that replace people to gather information or exterminate dangerous people; the use of Infiltration Units was not known by the public<ref>"[[Zeta (episode)|Zeta]]"</ref> and androids passing as humans were in fact illegal. <ref>"[[Terry's Friend Dates a Robot]]"</ref> Infiltration units were programmed to kill witnesses and the NSA wanted to make sure nobody learned "we send infiltration units home to their wives and kids".<ref>"[[Lost and Found]]"</ref>
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The NSA had increasingly advanced synthoids made, including [[Project Zeta]] and synthoids that could regenerate false flesh disguises.<ref>"[[The Hologram Man]]"</ref> When the synthoid [[Zeta]] was believed to have turned renegade, the NSA attempted to capture and reprogram him.
   
 
[[Colonel Lemak]] was in charge of the NSA in the 2040s.
 
[[Colonel Lemak]] was in charge of the NSA in the 2040s.

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The NSA or National Security Agency was a U.S. Government Agency.

History

The NSA's task was to gather intelligence on terrorist groups like Kobra and Brother's Day. If necessary, armed agents would track, apprehend and potentially kill enemies of the state.[1]

By 2041, one of their tactics involve Infiltration Units, synthoids that replace people to gather information or exterminate dangerous people; the use of Infiltration Units was not known by the public[2] and androids passing as humans were in fact illegal. [3] Infiltration units were programmed to kill witnesses and the NSA wanted to make sure nobody learned "we send infiltration units home to their wives and kids".[4]

The NSA had increasingly advanced synthoids made, including Project Zeta and synthoids that could regenerate false flesh disguises.[5] When the synthoid Zeta was believed to have turned renegade, the NSA attempted to capture and reprogram him.

Colonel Lemak was in charge of the NSA in the 2040s.

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Members

Infiltration Units

Zeta Project staff

Facilities

  • NSA Headquarters, shown in "Wired" (presumably in Maryland as in the real world)
  • Sub Rosa, a secret debriefing station for infiltration units

Gnosis, a floating research lab, is associated with the NSA's synthoid projects.

Background information

  • The real world NSA are a signals intelligence agency and do not take on armed terrorists themselves.

Footnotes

Appearances

Justice League Unlimited

Batman Beyond

The Zeta Project

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