The SA Challenge - a collage of photographs of agents in action.

Answers -- MARCH/APRIL 2003

1. On September 4, 2001, Robert S. Mueller, III took the oath of office as the Director of the FBI.

2. Thomas C. McClenaghan is the Special Agent in Charge of the Anchorage Division.

3. The seven investigative priorities of the Anchorage Division are Counterterrorism, White Collar Crime, Drugs and Organized Crime, Violent Crime, Foreign Counterintelligence, and Civil Rights and Applicant Matters.

4. Robert William Fisher is on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list from the Phoenix field office.

5. The Anchorage Division of the FBI's Community Outreach program participates in Adopt-a-School, Big Brothers/Sisters, Weed-n-Seed, and Safe Streets Task Force.

6. The first FBI employees to move their offices into the J. Edgar Hoover FBI building was on June 28, 1974.

7. The four types of working dogs are service, narcotics, search and rescue, and chemical explosive.

8. The four type of adventures listed in the Youth Section are the Kennedy Space Center Repairs, the Kenya U.S. Embassy bombing, Tanzania U.S. Embassy bombing and the Stolen artifacts from Peru.

Total Score -- What's Your Status In The FBI?

Add one point for each correct answer. The total score will give you your status in the FBI.

(Total 1 Point) New Agent - You are still a New Agent training at the FBI Academy. Only 12 weeks to go!

(Total 2 Points) Special Agent - You are a Special Agent with the FBI! You will be assigned to a Field Office and work there for at least four years. Guided by veteran Special Agents, you will aid in investigations and help protect citizens in your community.

(Total 3 Points) Supervisory Special Agent - You have been a Special Agent for several years. You decide to use your experience from working in Field Offices to go to FBI Headquarters and become a Supervisory Special Agent. Your job is to oversee numerous Special Agents and other employees who work in a Unit.

(Total 4 Points) Assistant Special Agent in Charge - After working in FBI Headquarters you decide to expand your experience leading Agents and other employees. You accept a position as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge in a Field Office. You are second in charge at an FBI Field Office!

(Total 5 points) Special Agent in Charge - Being an experienced, veteran Special Agent and manager, you accept a role as the person responsible for the operations of a Field Office. You are the Special Agent in Charge!

(Total 6 Points) Assistant Director - You are moving up the highest ranks of the FBI leadership. As an Assistant Director, you are in charge of one of the thirteen Divisions at FBI Headquarters. For example, you may be in charge of the Counterterrorism Division, the Laboratory Division or the Training Division.

(Total 7 Points) Deputy Director - You are second in charge of the whole FBI! You assist the Director, or head, of the FBI.

(Total 8 Points) Director - Congratulations - your hard work and dedication in upholding the law have paid off! You have been appointed by the President of the United States as Director of the FBI and are now in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You represent over 11,000 Special Agents and 16,000 other employees in 56 Field Offices and over 40 foreign posts.

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