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Deputy Assistant Director

Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.gov
Central Intelligence Agency
1000 Colonial Farm Rd-Legal Counsel Gate 5
Washington D.C. , District of Columbia 20505
United States

Company Description: The CIA creates a secret task force to monitor Central Asia's politics and gauge its wealth.

Employment History

  • Assistant Head, Scientific Section
    Central Intelligence Agency
  • Deputy Director of Intelligence
    Central Intelligence Agency
  • Assistant Director
  • Deputy Assistant Director
  • Assistant Director, Scientific Intelligence
    Office of Scientific Intelligence
  • Deputy Director of Intelligence
    Office of Scientific Intelligence
  • Director and Intelligence
31 Total References
Web References
Robertson Panel ~ Robertson Panel Findings, 4 Jan 2012 [cached]
Among those interviewed by the panel were Brigadier William H. Garland, Commanding General of Air Technical Intelligence Centre; Dr. D. H. Marshall Chadwell, Assistant Director of the CIA/OSI; Ralph L. Clark, Deputy Assistant Director CIA/OSI; Lieutenant Colonel F. C. Doer and D. B. Stephenson, OSI staff members; Philip G. Strong, Chief, Operations Staff, OSI; Stephen T. Possony, Acting Chief, Special Study Group, Directorate of Air Force Intelligence; Colonel William A. Adams and Wesley S. Smith, also of Air Force Intelligence; Major Dewey Fournet, Headquarters, Air Force Intelligence Monitor of the UFO project; Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, Chief, Aerial Phenomena Board, ATIC; Lieutenant R. S. Neasham and Harry Woo of the US Nay Photo interpretation Laboratory; and Albert M. Chop, the Air Force Press Officer who actually handled UFO inquiries.
Impacts of the Early Cold War on the Formulation of U.S. Science Policy, 8 Feb 2005 [cached]
Ralph Clark, Assistant Head, Scientific Section, Central Intelligence Agency (2-15-51)
A memo sent on January 29, ..., 11 Mar 2006 [cached]
A memo sent on January 29, 1952 to the CIA's deputy director of Intelligence from Ralph Clark of the Office of Scientific Intelligence (OSI) states: "In the past several weeks numerous UFOs have been sighted visually and on special UFO group radar.
CIA's Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-90, 2 Feb 2006 [cached]
(11) See Dr. Stone, OSI, memorandum to Dr. Willard Machle, OSI, 15 March 1949 and Ralph L. Clark, Acting Assistant Director, OSI, memorandum for DDI, "Recent Sightings of Unexplained Objects," 29 July 1952.
See also Clark, memorandum for DDI, 29 July 1952.
UFO’S R Real, 17 Jan 2007 [cached]
Mr. Ralph L. Clark Deputy Assistant Director, Scientific and technical O/SI, CIA intelligence
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