How many secret service agents per retired president?
Usually 56 per retired president. But due to the incresed threat Pres. Bush has 103 at all the time.
Secret service agents are trained to take a bullet for the President if necessary.
Secret Service agents. They are employees of the Treasury Department.
The number of secret service agents a president has is generally not made public, to assure his safety. If people knew how many secret service agents the president had, it would make a potential threat to him much easier to carry out. That is also why the secret service rarely explains their plans for protecting the president at a public event: we know there will be a security detail, but how large and where they… Read More
The Snipers Secret Service
Secret Service Agents
as many as it takes
They are secret service agents there to protect the president
The secret service does not live in the White House. Actually it would be more appropriate to say that secret service agents do not live in the White House. The US Secret Service is tasked with Presidential security and there are numerous agents on duty at all times, at the white house and wherever the president is or will soon be. Like any other job, when the agents are not on duty, they go home… Read More
The sole purpose of the Secret Service agents are to protect the president. Whoever protects them is irrelevant and quite frankly not needed. People don't plan assassination to kill Secret Service agents, because of how quick people can act. With only 1 (maybe 2) shot, you need to kill the most important figure there, which is usually the president.
In regards to the President's security detail, essentially yes. Where ever the President goes he is accompanied by a certain number of secret service agents.
I believe it's classified for obvious reasons
The Secret Service provided the Department of Justice 12 Special Agents and these agents became the first Agents. Thus, the first FBI agents were actually Secret Service agents.
The United States Secret Service started shortly after President Lincoln was assassinated in 1865. Surprisingly, the duties of the Secret Service did not, at first, include protecting the president! The job of the Secret Service agent was to fight crimes of counterfeiting (the printing and spending of phony money). It was not until President William McKinley was shot to death in 1901, that the Secret Service began to protect the President as well. Protection of… Read More
President Obama does not have A bodyguard, He has a TEAM of bodyguards and well as secret service agents protecting him.
USMC serve as aids and door guards when the President is in the West Wing working. Secret Service agents are guarding the President.
They actually have special agents for them
US Treasury Dept
Secret service agents dress appropriately for the situation.
A Retired President makes around $200,000 a year after his term of president. He also has benefits like secret service protection among other things.
299 at all times even when he is using the toilet in case of a "dirty turd bomb"
The Secret Service is like anyone else in government- they have their personal opinions on things. But when they go to work, they are expected to do their job, regardless of those opinions. From what I've heard, the Secret Service generally likes Obama- he's a nice guy and is usually easy for them to get along with. I've even heard an anecdote about the President and First Lady breaking protocol to invite Secret Service agents… Read More
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The Secret Service was established by President Lincoln in order to combat counterfeit (fake) money.
The Secret Service carries the Sig semiauto in .357Sig, Same as the US Air Marshals carry
President Clinton is the last president to have lifetime protection from the secret service. Every president after him will only have secret service protection to 10 years. In 2013, President Obama signed legislation restoring Lifetime Secret Service protection to former Presidents.
the club penguin people who watch it
I am not sure I understand your question. The secret service is a constant presence in the life of any president. Whenever the president is out in public, he is always protected by the secret service. The inauguration on January 21, 2013 was conducted outside, and members of the secret service provided their customary protection for President Obama and his family.
The Secret Service protects the President of the United States, as directed by Congress. Protecting the president is one of the key missions of the Secret Service.
No, he does not. in fact, he depends on the Secret Service to keep him safe, and he has confidence in them. (All presidents, and the presidential nominees of the opposing party, rely on the Secret Service for protection; thus, it has a very important function.) Undoubtedly, there are times when politicians and their families wish they did not have the Secret Service following everywhere they go, but they do understand the need for security… Read More
To keep the sun out of thier eyes.
We do not know the exact number, and that is intentional. The Secret Service is tasked with protecting the children of the president, and the agents do not want potential enemies of the US to know a lot about their methods. We do know that agents have accompanied Sasha and Malia ever since their dad became president. Secret Service agents try to blend into the crowd at school, not wanting to call attention to their… Read More
Initial training lasts about seven months but secret service agents are in classes and training quite a bit through out their career.
President Teddy Roosevelt, beginning in 1902. Due to the assassination of President McKinley, Congress asked the Secret Service to guard the President.
President Barack Obama's secret service codename is Renegade.
500.000 , figeteen for each state
because it is to discise and look cool
Pretty high I keep accidentally setting them alight.
Only while on duty.
The cast of Lieutenant Daring R.N. and the Secret Service Agents - 1911 includes: Edouard Durand as The Spy Percy Moran as Lieutenant Daring
Presidents after clinton get secret service protection for up to ten years after they leave office. Presidents before that who had secret service protection got it for life. Clinton was the last president to get protection for life.