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Frank Archibald  

Former Director of The CIA's National Clandestine Service

Frank Archibald is the former director of the CIA’s National Clandestine Service, the home of Langley’s most secretive intelligence operations.

Archibald was outed in a Twitter post in 2013, and details of his biography were known to some journalists. He was 57 when he took the job that year, reportedly served tours in Pakistan and Africa and also headed the CIA’s Latin America division.

A former Clemson University rugby player, Archibald served in the Marines before joining the agency and eventually working as a spy. He later ran the operation that helped remove Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic from office, which drew heavy praise on Capitol Hill,

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