Page move suggestion Edit
I think we should change the title from " Chief of Staff " to Associate Special Agent in Charge because Chief of Staff is mentioned only in the books. On the official 24 website, we see " Associate Special Agent in Charge " by User:WaffleStomp, moved from forum
- I agree with Wafflestomp, assuming he's right that CoS in the Books is referring to the same characters at the same periods of time in which the official website calls them ASACs. Then we would move Chief of Staff to a notes section on the renamed ASAC page. WaffleStomp, are you certain that the same characters are being given different labels for the same periods of service? or is Nina being called CoS by the books Before Day 1, and then ASAC by the website for her Day 1 appearances? 21:57, 30 November 2008 (UTC)
Karen Hayes Edit
If Karen was the special agent in charge, wouldn't Miles be the Chief of Staff?18.104.22.168 19:34, 10 August 2008 (UTC)
- Even though you've made a good deduction, I'm not even convinced that Karen was "Special Agent in Charge". That's a CTU term. She was never part of CTU, but was always Homeland Security. I believe Miles falls under the same category. If anything, I think Karen should be removed from the SAiC list. – Blue Rook 20:08, 10 August 2008 (UTC)talkcontribs
I agree with you Rook.
I think that we should change the article name, the term " Chief of Staff " was mentioned in the novels. On the 24 website, the term is " Associate Special Agent in Charge "
WaffleStomp 00:19, 17 November 2008 (UTC)
Dana Walsh Edit
Recently Dana was added as CTU NY chief of staff. If someone can provide a reference that would be great, otherwise it should be taken down relatively soon.19:17, March 24, 2010 (UTC)
- She is 100% NOT Chief of Staff. She introduces herself on several occasions as a "senior data analyst", which is not what she'd call herself if she was CoS. --SignorSimon (talk/contribs/email) 15:41, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
Season 5 Edit
I'm pretty sure no one is mentioned as being Chief of Staff during Season 5, and that is acknowledged on the first BGIN. However, in the Curtis Manning entry, it says that he was Chief of Staff "in Day 4 and Day 5". Thief12 13:54, July 8, 2011 (UTC)
Disagree about move Edit
This was just moved from CTU Chief of Staff to Chief of Staff (CTU). I apologize if I missed a discussion somewhere, but the new location absolutely requires piping the link, every single time, and worse, it doesn't exist inside the 24 universe. Article titles with parenthesized components are best avoided, especially when you can just give them specific titles like CTU Chief of Staff and White House Chief of Staff.16:21, June 5, 2013 (UTC)