Legacy of former FBI agent continues at JBA

Former Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Special Agent in Charge of the Washington Metropolitan Field Office Thomas E. DuHadway is honored every year during the Annual DuHadway Golf Tournament at Joint Base Andrews, Md., for his dedication to service and helping others during a time of financial need. DuHadway died of a heart attack in September 1991 while playing golf. The legacy to raise funds to help others in the FBI's Washington Metropolitan Field Office continues during its 20th year of the tournament while remembering DuHadway's selfless service to others with no desire of personal gain through his actions. (Courtesy Photo)

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