CIA London Station
The CIA London Station is the main centre of the US Central Intelligence Agency in the UK.
Station chiefs (COS)
- Bronson Tweedy 1956-59.
- Archibald Roosevelt 1962-66.
- Cord Meyer 1973-77.
- Richard F. Stolz 1981.
- John Devine c.1995-1999.
- Un-named woman c-2009.
Deputy station chiefs
- Stephen Grey, Why no questions about the CIA?, New Statesman, 29 September 2003.
- John Stokes, US intelligence rivalry flares over British connection, The Spectator, 10 June 2009.
- Obituaries, Washington Post, 9 October 2004.
- Associated Press, Cord Meyer, Member of CIA's Founding Generation, Dies at 80, New York Times, 15 March 2001.
- Dick Stolz, telegraph.co.uk, 10 September 2012.
- James Risen, Building a Better CIA : With Washington Insider John M. Deutch in The Director's Chair, The Once-Proud Spy Agency Cleans House, Looks for New Enemies and Struggles to Reinvent Itself., Los Angeles Times, 8 October 1995.
- Brooke A. Masters and Vernon Loeb, indictment offers new spy details, Washinton Post, 17 may 2001, syndicated at cjonline.com.
- Top CIA officials appear before jury over destruction of al-Qaida tapes, guardian.co.uk, 3 July 2009.
- Joe Holley, Diplomatic Insider Chester L. Cooper, Washington Post, 3 November 2005.
- Harold Jackson, Set a spy to catch a spy, The Guardian, 20 January 1999.