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FBI Appoints Joshua Skule Intell Branch Executive Assistant Director

FBIJoshua Skule, former assistant director of the FBI‘s intelligence directorate, has been appointed executive assistant director for intelligence at the bureau’s Washington headquarters.

Skule started his FBI career in 1998 as a special agent based in the Chicago division and focused on public corruption and violent crime cases, the bureau said Thursday.

The 18-year bureau veteran also previously held various leadership roles within the counterterrorism division and the Washington Field Office.

He was appointed to the assistant director role at the FBI headquarters’ intelligence unit in early January.

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