Thomas M. Ceccarelli is a Special Agent with the FBI. Special Agent Ceccarelli has more than 32 years of experience in Law Enforcement and Security. He has been a Special Agent (SA) with the FBI for 22 years; 20 years working in New York City, its largest Field Office and designated as the Flagship Office of the FBI. During his FBI career, Special Agent Ceccarelli has been involved in several of the FBI’s most important cases: “TRADEBOM,” the 1993 Bombing of the World Trade Center; the 1996 TWA 800 investigation; and “PENTBOM,” the worst Act of Terror on United States Soil which occurred on September 11, 2001. Special Agent Ceccarelli was awarded a cash incentive award, letter of commendation from the Director and other awards bestowed by the heads of the other investigative agencies for his work in the “TRADEBOM” case.6 Special Agent Ceccarelli has extensive knowledge and experience in National Security and Counter-Intelligence matters. From 1997 to 2004, Special Agent Ceccarelli was selected to be the FBI’s Operational Security Manager for sensitive programs, operated in concert with other Federal Agencies and corporate contract companies. He has recently returned to the New York Office’s Counter-Intelligence Division where he is mentoring young agents in investigative and interviewing techniques, as well as, field operations. Prior to joining the FBI, Special Agent Ceccarelli was a law enforcement officer for ten years (1973-1983), for a local police department in the Washington, DC area. During his police career, he was a highly successful and was a commended major crimes investigator and later promoted to the position of Patrol Supervisor.