A Blast From the FBI's Past



The First Women Special Agents

Joanne Pierce Misko and Susan Roley Malone are pictured at the FBI Training Academy in 1972. These were the first women ever to become special agents. That takes some serious courage and ability, and they’ve got our sincere respect. You can read about their stories here.

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