What is the slang for Federal Agents?
It can be either T Men (Treasury) or G Men (government).
That depends on how you want to use it. Fed, as the past tense of "to feed," can be used to show the act of eating, or the act of serving: I fed the dog. or The vulture fed upon the carcass. It is also a slang term for law enforcement agents from any federal law enforcement agency, in which case it would be used as a noun.
The cast of Ghost Corp - 2013 includes: Alex Alessandro Garcia as Federal Agents 2 Sonia Balcazar as Alexis Katherine Celio as Carrera Will James Johnson as Daniel Lou Justice Johnson as Federal Agents 3 James Liao as Ethan Jack McKissock as Commander Molly Ratermann as Sarah Jesse Soares as Federal Agents 1 Steve Tanabe as Thomas Adam Venker as Mr. Lakeman
Yes, AFOSI SAs are federal agents (1811). Check the AFOSI page for more information. Top notch organization, although extremely difficult to even be granted an interview - they select 20 interview candidates out of several hundred applicants, and then only submit 10 of them for consideration for training. ( See the link below)
The insurance industry has some federal regulations, but the federal govenment cedes most control to the state insurance commissions, each state has one and they regulate a companies and agents in that state and all companies and agents who do business in that state. These commissions are who you would report it to if you suspected a company of illegal actions.
Any sworn law enforcement officer who is employed by a federal agency or entity of some type who is sworn to uphold and defend the laws of the United States. (e.g.- FBI Agents - BATF Agents - ICE agents - Secret Service Agents - US Marshalls - US Park Police Officers (not to be confused with US Forest or Park Rangers who may, or may not, be sworn law enforcement) - White House Police Officers…
No, Federal Air Marshal's work in teams with a minimum of 2 agents. There are about 27,319 domestic flights daily. Assuming the minimum number of agents were on every flight there would need to be 54,638 Air Marshals working around the clock 7 days a week. So to account for normal working hours as well as administrative and support agents the FAMS would need to employ well over 100,000 agents. Placing Air Marshal's on EVERY…