- "I've got Langley on the line. They want to know if it's us."
- ―CAOC Analyst
Members of the CIA stationed at their headquarters in Langley made a call to the United States Air Force command center at Edwards Air Force Base to check the identity of the responsible for the attack against the Ten Rings in Gulmira, before the Air Force took command of the situation and sent two F-22 Raptors with orders to take out the target, without knowing its identity as Tony Stark.
Sharon Carter, one of the former S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, joined the CIA after the dissolution of the agency. Carter was stationed at Langley, where she trained to be one of the CIA's field operatives.
Director of Covert Operations of the CIA William Rawlins gave a speech to the newest recruits of the organization in the CIA Headquarters in Langley. Rawlins telling the recruits that their job within the CIA was to identify and contain any dangers coming to the United States of America and welcomed all of the recruits into the CIA. For long service to the agency Rawlins was presented with a medal, given to him by Deputy Director Marion James. James commended him for outstanding service in the field while sustaining a serious personal injury.