Intelligence Medal of Merit
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|Intelligence Medal of Merit|
|Awarded by Central Intelligence Agency|
|Country||United States of America|
|Eligibility||Employees of the Central Intelligence Agency|
|Awarded for||"For the performance of especially meritorious service or for an act or achievement conspicuously above normal duties which has contributed significantly to the mission of the Agency."|
|Next (higher)||Intelligence Star|
|Next (lower)||Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal|
- Robert Schaller
- Stephen Kasarda
- Jerome Calloway
- Richard G. Fecteau
- Gust Avrakotos
- Charles Wilson, first civilian to win the Medal
- Al Ulmer
- John Chambers (1923 – 2001) Hollywood make-up artist involved in Canadian Caper during 1979 Iran hostage crisis
- Harry E. Mason
- David O. Sullivan
- Edmund H. Nowinski
- Tony Mendez
- Frank Snepp
- J.B.E. Hittle
- Gene A. Coyle
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- Leaders of the National Reconnaissance Office 1961-2001 by Clayton D. Laurie
- Tony Mendez
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