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Ann M. McDonough was born on 1915 in United States. Discover Ann M. McDonough’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 80 years old?

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Born 1915
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Date of death 1995 (aged 79–80)
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Chief Warrant Officer Three Ann M. McNaughton Hall, the new headquarters and Army Counterintelligence Center complex for the 902nd Military Intelligence Group (United States), was dedicated on April 19, 2012. The group command team decided to name the new building after CW3 McNaughton in honour of her contributions to the Counter Intelligence Corps and her distinguished career after a process that included input from the entire group, the US Army Intelligence and Security Command historian, and the US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence historian.


CW3 McNaughton was promoted to warrant officer upon her return to the United States in 1963. After her desire to attend the Polygraph School was approved, she opened up new opportunities for women in the counterintelligence sector. She was the first woman to enroll in this program. From 1966 to 1968, she added Vietnamese to her linguistics qualifications and worked in Vietnam with the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam. She was awarded a Bronze Star for her exemplary service as a polygraphed who worked all across the country. Her illustrious career was cut short in 1974 when she was forced to quit owing to a medical problem. She died in 1995.


Between 1952 and 1955, she worked as a special agent for the 902d Counter Intelligence Corps Group in Washington, DC. After graduating from the Army Language School for French in 1956, she made history as the first female special agent assigned to the 66th MI Group. She undertook various covert tasks in East and West Germany over the next five years, in addition to attending the German Language School in Programmer.


Chief Warrant Officer Three McNaughton began her career in the civil service in 1942. She resigned from the civil service in 1949 to join the Women’s Army Corps (WAC). She obtained intelligence analyst training and became the first woman posted to the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) in 1952, breaking the gender barrier. She was eventually transferred to internal affairs at Fort Holabird, Maryland’s Intelligence Center. Her dedication and professionalism earned her a spot in the Counter Intelligence Corps Basic Agents’ Course as the first female enlisted student. She eliminated any suspicions regarding the army’s use of female operatives as a stellar student, and she further distinguished herself by graduating with honers from the course.


Ann M. McNaughton (1915-1995) was a United States Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 in Military Intelligence including counter intelligence roles. In 1988, she was admitted as a member of the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame and she served as a Distinguished Member of the Corps until her death in April 1995.