|Distinguished Intelligence Medal||
|Intelligence Commendation Medal||
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Subject was born Margo Vincentino Alexandrescu, in the People's Republic of Romania shortly after the despotic Nicolae Ceausescu assumed control. Though subject's parents were of the privileged class, being professionals (mother a physician, father a physicist) they were never members of the communist party. Her father never applied for party membership and Romanian intelligence began to be suspicious of him. When subject was barely five years old, her parents decided that they had finally had enough of their repressive homeland. With little more than a dozen gold coins and the clothes on their backs, the family embarked on a dangerous Black Sea exodus to Turkey, then to Israel, and eventually to the United States of America.
Settling down on the eastern seaboard, subject quickly became a typical American girl except for her graduation from high school at age 14. Athletic and scholarly, she began attending Northwestern at age 15 where her scholarly work, gift for languages and maturity beyond her years, attracted the attention of CIA campus recruiters. After an extensive background investigation and graduating with a BA degree in three years, she was successfully recruited by the agency. At age 18 subject legally changed her name to Margo Vincent.
Subject was trained and eventually deployed as a case officer with the Operations Directorate in the Federal Republic of Germany. Subject conducted numerous classified intelligence operations throughout Europe. Specializing in intelligence gathering and anti-terrorist activities, she debriefed former East German agents and ran new agents in the East. While there, subject met an Israeli MOSSAD officer. They became engaged. Subject's fiancee was killed while they were looking at synagogues for the wedding. The murder was probably operationally related and was unsolved.
Subject was transferred back to Langley
and worked as an analyst at the Intelligence Directorate for
a year before being trained as a cryptographic and intercept
officer. After a
Subject left the agency and went back to school obtaining a master's degree at George Washington University. Subject then found a new career as a contract agent for government and non-government organizations. Subject conducted numerous classified operations as an independent contract agent for the State Department, NSA, DIA and CIA. Subject also conducted numerous intelligence operations for private US corporations. Subject also conducted limited freelance arms dealing.
Subject is close to her family and was raised to be independent. She excelled in every school she attended, skipping numerous grades and graduating quite early. She had few friends in high school because of her age and was quite insecure and compensated by becoming fiercely competitive in athletics. During most of high school she was one of the tallest girls in her class and in order to fit in better she would tell her classmates she was older than she really was. Just as she was starting to fit in and make friends in high school she graduated and found herself in college and starting all over.
Again she concentrated on her studies and athletics and because of her looks people assumed she was much older than she was. Athletics and family support helped her gain an early maturity and focus. She avoided romantic relationships fearing they would reveal her immaturity. In reality, subject was probably as mature as her peers in college but she was still insecure about her age. She received more than her share of attention from young men in school but remained aloof from most suitors.
Subject was quite surprised at the CIA's recruiting approach. She inherited her parent's anti-communism sentiments and accepted a job. She found her work with the CIA quite fulfilling and fascinating and found she excelled in operational assignments. Her evaluation reports from her supervisors have always been outstanding.
The death of her fiancee was the crucial point of her life. He was the first man she gave her heart to and was devastated by his loss. She was transferred back to Langley and a desk job but grew frustrated. CIA psychologists recommended against sending her to the field but she was able to get reassigned anyway. Once in the field she began to take unnecessary risks in operations and for a time was extremely successful. Her immediate supervisors began to feel they were loosing control of her at the same time they discovered she was attempting to track down her fiancee's murderer. She was reassigned back to Langley but resigned instead.
After attaining her Master's Degree subject was then approached by the US State Department for a short, classified, intelligence gathering operation. Successful, she received other similar contract operations for State Department, CIA, NSA, and even DIA. She also began to do contract work for private US corporations and to arrange classified arms transfers between US government and third parties. She found her contacts here started to provide her the intelligence she had been seeking on her fiancee's murder. The years gone by had helped heal the pain and this hidden agenda began to be pursued with more control and less emotion. As she dealt more arms in the illegal and shadowy black market she began to lose her contract jobs with the US government. She also began to lose her funding for her personal mission. She began to pick up more private corporation contracts but with these she found she was losing the intelligence connections necessary for her private mission. She found herself in a no win situation. Subject has most likely accepted employment with SOF in order that she might find opportunities to continue her personal agenda. Subject will no doubt continue to perform extremely well as a member of SOF as her operational reputation would indicate.
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