Ralph Haller

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Ralph Haller
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Tenth Deputy Director of the National Reconnaissance Office
Assumed office
President George W. Bush
Preceded by Dennis D. Fitzgerald
Succeeded by Betty J. Sapp

Ralph Haller is the tenth Deputy Director of the National Reconnaissance Office.[1]

The Deputy Director, National Reconnaissance assists the Director and Principal Deputy Director in the day-to-day direction of the NRO, and also serves as the senior Air Force Officer for the Air Force civilian and uniformed personnel assigned to NRO. For Space Radar, the DDNRO directs a program designed to satisfy both Department of Defense and Intelligence Community needs as part of a system of systems integrated approach toward persistent surveillance and reconnaissance capability for the nation.


  1. ^ Iannotta, Ben (7 April 2008). "A tale of four towers". C4ISR - The Journal of Net-Centric Warfare. Retrieved 27 July 2010.