Bush Selects Admiral for No. 2 Post at C.I.A.
A three-star Navy admiral who commanded Special Operations forces during the war in Afghanistan has been nominated by President Bush to become the No. 2 official at the Central Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon announced Thursday. The officer, Vice Adm. Albert M. Calland III, has been the top military liaison at the agency, as associate director for military support. Admiral Calland has been serving as acting deputy director for several months. It had long been expected that he would become the new deputy to Porter J. Goss, the director of central intelligence.Full Story