Trey Gowdy, Chairman of the Benghazi Select Committee - Chairman Gowdy has represented South Carolina’s 4th District since 2011. Mr. Gowdy also serves on the House Committees Ethics, Judiciary, and Oversight and Government Reform. He is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security for the Judiciary Committee.
Diplomatic Security Agent # 23—Special Agent, Bureau of Diplomatic Security and Regional Security Officer in Tripoli, Libya on the night of the attacks
FAST Commander—The Marine Corps’ Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team [FAST] is a special operations team on standby to temporarily augment existing security. He provided information about when his team received their orders, when they were ready to deploy, and when they actually deployed.
GRS # 2—May 27, 2015: A member of the GRS who was present when the Annex facility was attacked.
Ambassador John Christopher "Chris" Stevens was an American career diplomat and lawyer who served as the U.S. Ambassador to Libya from May 22, 2012 to September 11, 2012.
Principal Officer # 4—May 8, 2015: A Foreign Service officer since 2002, he was present in the operations center during the attacks and following the attacks, met with the surviving agents.
Diplomatic Security Agent # 5—April 1, 2015: Joined Diplomatic Security as a Special Agent. Secured the Ambassador and Sean Smith in the makeshift safe haven when the attacks began.
GRS # 1—May 22, 2015: A member of the Global Response Staff [GRS] who responded to the State Department facility when it was attacked and was present when the Annex facility was attacked.
Gregory Hicks —April 14, 2016: Deputy Chief of Mission for Libya, arriving in Libya on July 31, 2012.
Drone Pilot # 1—May 25, 2016: This remotely piloted aircraft pilot operated a remotely piloted aircraft, commonly known as a drone, over Benghazi during the attacks.