Central Intelligence Agency
- RADM Sidney Souers, Director of Central Intelligence, 1946
- LTG Hoyt S. Vandenberg, US Army, Director of Central Intelligence, 1946–1947
- RADM Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, Director of Central Intelligence, 1947–1950
- GEN Walter Bedell Smith, US Army, Director of Central Intelligence, 1950–1953
- VADM William Raborn, Director of Central Intelligence, 1965–1966
- ADM Stansfield Turner, Director of Central Intelligence, 1977–1981
- GEN Michael Hayden, US Air Force, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, 2006–2009
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