Robert Bray will step down as director of the Federal Air Marshal Service after 39 years in law enforcement.
Robert Bray, the director of the Federal Air Marshal Service is retiring after 39 years in law enforcement, according to a letter sent to employees March 31.
Bray will officially step down June 28 after serving as director for close to six years
“We have matured into an outstanding Federal law enforcement agency in which you should all share a great deal of personal and professional pride, as you are each individually responsible for this tremendous success,” he wrote in the letter.
Prior to his work at TSA he worked for the Secret Service for about 20 years. Bray wrote in the letter he has no plans except to spend more time with his family.