Special Agent Lara "Mace" Macy who was the former Agent in Charge of the NCIS: Office of Special Projects during its presumed first year in operation.
Prior to joining NCIS, Lara Macy served in the United States Marine Corps, in the military police where she rose to rank of Major. After leaving the military, she joined NCIS, becoming a Special Agent.
She eventually became the Head Agent in charge of the Office of Special Projects within the Los Angeles field office.
During her tenure as special agent in charge, she co-ordinated a joint operation with elements of the MCRT team led by Leroy Jethro Gibbs to neutralize a terrorist cell within the United States which ran into difficulty when it was discovered that rogue Mossad agent Michael Rivkin was after the cell as well.
In the aftermath of the operation, one of her senior field agents, G. Callen was the target of an attempted assassination that left him in critical condition.
As a result of attempt on Callen's life, Macy was reassigned to a task force in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France.
While stationed in Marseille Macy investigated the rape of Petty Officer Second Class Kaylen Burrows, USN. The case led her back to Washington DC where she was brutally murdered and her body was set alight as part of a vendetta against Gibbs. Her murder was solved and her killer Jason Paul Dean was subsequently killed in a shootout with members of the MCRT team investigating her murder.
Hard-nosed, Macy is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done and wants results straightaway.
Despite the fact that she might be cold at times, she does care for her team but has something of a very icy relationship with Gibbs. She is also unwilling to discuss anything regarding her private life or past with her colleagues.
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Leroy Jethro Gibbs Edit
Special Agent Macy encountered Leroy Jethro Gibbs eighteen years ago, while she was posted to the military police as a Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. During this period of time, she investigated the death of a Mexican national named Hernandez. The chief suspect in the case was Gunnery Sergeant Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Lieutenant Macy ruled the shooting of Hernandez a justifiable act and concealed all evidence to the contrary. At the conclusion of Legend (Part 2), Dr. Nate Getz relayed the story of what Macy had done in order to protect Gibbs. Gibbs was greatly affected by Macy's murder because, he understood on the outset. She was killed because of her relationship to Gibbs.
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