WFO ADIC James W. McJunkin announces retirement
The head of the FBI’s Washington field office announced his retirement on Thursday after two years in the position and about 25 years with the agency.
James W. McJunkin, a former state trooper who rose through the ranks of the FBI while developing expertise in counterterrorism, alerted colleagues to his departure in an email. He is leaving to take a corporate security position in Chicago. The FBI has not yet announced a replacement.