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FBI Appoints Todd McCall as Operational Technology Division Assistant Director

FBITodd McCall, formerly the special agent in charge of FBI‘s Memphis division, has received an appointment from FBI Director James Comey to serve as assistant director of the operational technology division.

McCall will assume his new role as assistant director within June, the bureau said Thursday.

McCall started his career in FBI in 1990 as a special agent and has since held a number of leadership positions in the agency.

He was the Quantico FBI Laboratory supervisory special agent, photographic operations and imaging services unit chief and the operational technology division’s digital forensics and analysis section chief.

He was also involved in the investigations of the Oklahoma City bombing and the 9/11 United Airlines Flight 93 crash in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

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