USMC, CBP Vet Randolph Alles Named Secret Service Director

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Randolph Alles

President Donald Trump has appointed Randolph Alles, former acting deputy commissioner of the Customs and Border Protection and a retired Marine Corps major general, as director of the U.S. Secret Service, the White House announced Tuesday.

Alles performed duties of a chief operating officer during his tenure as CBP acting deputy commissioner and previously served as acting executive assistant commissioner of the agency’s enterprise services branch as well as deputy assistant commissioner of the air and marine operations group.

He has held various leadership positions at the Marine Corps and joint commands during his 35-year military career and gained experience in work areas such as aviation maintenance, flight training, logistics, quality assurance and standardization.

Alles holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from Naval War College.

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