The CIA has always been an agency cloaked in innuendo, secrecy, conspiracy theories and the unknown. They have a long tradition of handing out fake names, and whenever they honor one of their own, they never do so to a point where anyone anywhere can specifically identify the individual in question.
That seems to have all changed when this past week they honored Greg Vogle with the Trailblazer award.
The Trailblazer award was first awarded in 1997, and it is given to current, retired, or deceased CIA operatives. It honors those "who, by their actions, innovation, or initiative, have taken the agency in important new directions and helped shape the agency's history.