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FBI 100 Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery
FBI Celebrates 100 Years

Director Mueller pauses to honor fallen agents at National LEO Memorial

Director Mueller pauses to honor fallen FBI agents at a centennial memorial wreath at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial July 17 in Washington, D.C.

 


 

Director Muller and former directors

Director Robert S. Mueller and former Directors William H. Webster, William S. Sessions, and Louis Freeh at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., where the FBI celebrated 100 years.

 


 

Director Muller and former director Freeh

Director Mueller greets former Director Louis Freeh.

 


 

AG Mukasey, and former directors Freeh and Webster

Attorney General Mike Mukasey and former FBI Directors Louis Freeh and William H. Webster. Freeh served from 1993 to 2001. Webster served from 1978 to 1987.

 


 

former director William S. Sessions

Former FBI Director William S. Sessions, who served from 1987 to 1993.

 


 

Former director Webster and wife Linda  Former Director William H. Webster and wife Linda

Former Director William H. Webster and wife Linda.

 


 

More than 2,000 people attended the centennial celebration at the National Building Museum

More than 2,000 people attended the centennial celebration at the National Building Museum.

 


 

FBI Deputy Director John S. Pistole addresses the crowd at centennial celebration

FBI Deputy Director John S. Pistole addresses the crowd at centennial celebration.

 


 

Michael P. Kortan, Deputy Assistant Director of Public Affairs, and former Director Louis Freeh.

Michael P. Kortan, Deputy Assistant Director of Public Affairs, and former Director Louis Freeh.

 


 

Walter Walsh, the oldest living former FBI special agent at 101

Walter Walsh, the oldest living former FBI special agent at 101 years of age, attended the celebration. Walsh, of Arlington, Virginia, served from 1934 to 1942, then after World War II served two more years beginning in 1946. Walsh played a prominent role in several gangster-era takedowns.

 


 

 FBI Directors Webster, Mueller, Sessions, and Freeh in a formal photo

FBI Directors Webster, Mueller, Sessions, and Freeh

 


 

FBI Directors at the centennial

FBI Directors Mueller, Webster, Sessions, and Freeh

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