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The Nation | IN BRIEF / WASHINGTON, D.C.

No. 2 Official at FBI Retiring From Agency

August 20, 2004|From Times Wire Reports

Bruce J. Gebhardt, the FBI's number two official, is retiring after a 30-year career to take a job in private industry. Gebhardt became a special agent in 1974 and has been deputy director for the last two years.

During his career Gebhardt served in Field Offices in Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Newark, N.J., and Phoenix as well as at headquarters in Washington. He received the FBI Medal of Valor for action during an airplane hijacking in 1976 in Denver.

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