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Friday, April 26, 2013

A couple old news articles re: Youngblood, Behn, Boring, and Kellerman

A couple old news articles re: Youngblood, Behn, Boring, and Kellerman



Merry-Go-Round


OCT 1 9 191I

Secret Service Hero

/ Hounded Out of Job

Jack Anderson
"The new crowd


considered Youngblood too close to the

former President. Nixon aides suggested

quietly to the Secret Service that he be

moved out of the White House.

He was given a desk across the street

at Secret Service headquarters. Thereafter,

he was subjected to petty harassments

until he quietly resigned Iast June after

reaching eligibility for his 20-year pension.

At 48, he was at the peak of his career.

Youngblood doesn't believe President

Nixon personally had anything to do with

his treatment. President Nixon is a gentleman,"

Youngblood told us. He refused to

comment on whether Mr. Nixon's aides,

on their own authority, had put the

squeeze on him. Nor was he critical of the

Secret Service. "The Secret Service is a

good outfit," he said. "I don't want to say

anything that would hurt it." --------------- NYT Times 9 Jan. 1965

2 Agents Removed

FromWhite House

By Secret Service,

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 (UPI)

--The two top men assigned. to

the White House to protect

President Johnson were re-,

placed today by the Secret

Service.

Rufus W. Youngblood, who is

- Mr. Johnson's long-time personal

agent, was appointed spe-

"" cial agent in charge of the

_ White House detail, succeeding

- Gerald A. Behn.

Roy H. Kellerman, who was

in the same limousine in Dallas.

with President Kennedy when

- Mr. Kennedy was assassinated,

Nov. 22, 1963, was named dep-

- uty special agent in charge,

succeeding Floyd M. Boring.

Mr. Behn and Mr. Boring are

being assigned to Secret Service

headquarters as inspectors [note: Behn was adamant with me on 9/27/92 that he did NOT become an Inspector, as his 1976 JFK Library oral history also confirms: he instead became SAIC of Special Investigations, which he considered a demotion]. The

changes will take place Monday.

James J. Rowley, chief of the

Secret Service, said the shifts

were In line with the service's

policy of rotating key personnel

.in order to provide senior supervisors

with the broadest possible

experience."

The changes, he said, were

.part of his current plan to

"streamline and improve" the

Secret Service.

Was in Charge in Dallas

Mr. Kellerman was responsible

for all security arrange-.

snents during Mr. Kennedy's

trip to Texas.

- The role of the Secret Service

and the Federal Bureau of Investigation

came under scrutiny

during the Warren Commission's

investigation of the

assassination. In its report,

the commission recommended.

: greater liaison between the two

agencies.

Treasury Secretary Douglas

Dillon, whose department has

jurisdiction over the Secret

k Service, has announced

strengthening of its personnel

and modernized  its equipment

and facilities in line with

the Warren Commission's suggest

ons.

Mr. Youngblood joined the

service in 1951. He served in

- the Atlanta office and then

joined the White House detail.

He was moved to the Vice-

: Presidential detail shortly after

Mr. Johnson assumed that

office. In November, 1963, Mr.

- Youngblood became an assist-

: ant special agent in charge of,

the White House detail. .

Joined Service in '41

Mr. Kellerman was appointed

to the service in 1941. He served

in Detroit, Toledo, Cincinnati,

Washington and Indianapolis

before he returned to Washing-

' ton in 1955.

He first served on the White,

House detail from 1942 to 1951,

and returned to it in 1955. Re

cently he has been an assistant

special agent in charge of the

detail.

Mr. Behn joined the service

in 1939 and was assigned to the

White House 10 years later. He

was put in charge of the detail

in 1961.

• Mr. Boring was appointed to

the Secret Service in 1943 and.

served in New York and Philadelphia

before being assigned to

the White House in 1944. ------------------------------

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