From Military to CIA, the Sacrifice is often the Same

| John McLaughlin
John McLaughlin
Former Deputy Director, Central Intelligence Agency

Former Acting Director of the CIA, John McLaughlin remembers back to his time in Vietnam and both the military and Agency fallen that he honors each Memorial Day.

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The Author is John McLaughlin

John E. McLaughlin is the Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) where he teaches a variety of courses and conducts research.

Mr. McLaughlin served as Acting Director of Central Intelligence from July to September 2004 and as Deputy Director of Central Intelligence from October 2000 to July 2004. He was a US Army Officer in the 1960s, with service in Vietnam. He comments on foreign... Read More

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