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For the first time in history, a decorated female officer is poised to become the next director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, the military’s main spying organization. If she gets the job, Lt. Gen. Mary Legere, currently the senior intelligence officer in the Army, will become one of the most powerful women in both the intelligence community and the U.S. military. It would also leave her poised to one day ascend to an even more prestigious post.

Indeed, Legere’s resume makes her a natural candidate for NSA director — it’s practically a carbon copy of the agency’s previous chief, Gen. Keith Alexander — and there’s precedent for a DIA director finishing up his military career with a final turn at the NSA. If Legere were eventually to get that job, it would come with a fourth star and the enormous power and prestige of running the nation’s largest — if most controversial — spying agency and overseeing all of the military’s growing array of cyber forces.

Today, there are more women serving as senior officials in the nation’s intelligence community than ever before. Women currently serve as directors of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office, and the deputy director of the CIA and the executive director of the NSA (the No. 3 position) are women.

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