WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI’s Baltimore field office has a new leader.

Stephen E. Vogt, who began his FBI career in 1989 and most recently served as the legal attache in Kabul, was named to the position on Tuesday.

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He replaces Richard McFeely, who moved to FBI headquarters in July.

Vogt had been legal attache since 2010 in Afghanistan, where he oversaw FBI operations in the country.

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Before that, he was an assistant special agent in Washington field office, overseeing violent crime programs, organized crime and other initiatives. He also helped establish a task force to deal with criminal street gangs in Prince George’s County.

Vogt also served at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.

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