When you’re a law enforcement officer and you need to have a photo taken, you don’t usually go to the back of a store and pick up a camera.
But, if you’re an American cop, and you’re looking for something to document the events that you’re working to stop, you do.
The Secret Service is a big part of law enforcement.
And it’s an important part of our history.
It was a key part of the protection of our country during the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement, when the U.S. was under siege.
When the Civil Defense began, the government was desperate to keep the population safe.
If we had a war going, then there was a need for a bodyguard to be ready.
I’m not saying that’s a bad thing.
That’s just how we were trained, and that’s how the Secret Services were trained.
As you know, the Secret Army of America is the best bodyguard force the world has ever known.
So, when I first got on the job, we were told, “We need you to have some sort of bodyguard.
We can’t have anyone with cameras.”
We got a lot of people that we’d never met before.
We were all new recruits.
We had no idea what to expect.
We had no clue what to do with our bodies.
I mean, they had to be well trained.
I remember that.
They had to know everything.
We all had to wear our protective gear.
In order to be a body guard, you have to be certified by the SecretService, which is the agency that vets you and determines if you meet the qualifications.
Then, you’re required to wear your uniform, which you can do at the Secret Office of the United States Secret Service, which has a lot more protection than what we wear.
You also have to get a body camera, which the Secret service uses in conjunction with a GPS device.
Once you’ve got that, you can start recording.
It’s a big deal.
We’ve got a whole program going on where we have cameras, cameras, and more cameras.
Because of that, we are very, very vigilant.
We have a program to make sure that there are no cameras anywhere that we go.
Somebody can come in and record anything that we do.
They can go anywhere and capture anything.
We’re a lot better at it than we were back in the 1960s and 1970s.
People were getting away with murder.
They were getting into a lot different places, and the Secret Department of the Secret Force was there to try to stop them.
There was a lot that was going on that we couldn’t really monitor, but we were watching.
Even with cameras, you still have to have your own protection.
And we do that by wearing body armor, and we’re also wearing body cameras, because they’re always on.
We also wear a lot body gear.
We do wear gloves.
We wear helmets.
We always wear protective eyewear.
We carry cameras everywhere.
We keep our hands on our hips.
For a lot in America, they’re worried about people stealing their cars, their homes, their jewelry, or their bank accounts.
All of these things are very easy to get into.
And that was the problem with the Secret Police back in ’70s and ’80s, when they had the carjacking, the burglaries, the murders, and all of that.
And the Secret Bureau of the National Guard was there.
It was there for a lot longer.
It just didn’t have the manpower to be able to deal with that.
But now that they’re doing it again, it’s just like, “You know what?
They know how to deal.
Of course, we have a lot cameras around.
We put them everywhere.
And they’re trained.
They know what to look for.
How did you become a body-guard?
What did you learn?
I’m not sure I want to go into it.
It took a while.
I learned that when you go into a room, that if you don.t look down, you won’t be shot.
What’s your favorite place to be?
It has to be quiet.
It doesn’t have to make a lot noise.
Where do you get your water?
I can get a gallon.
Who do you hang out with?
It depends on who you are.
Can you tell me more about your job?
I’ve been a body security officer for 22 years.
I’ve had three deployments, and I’ve got some different assignments, and my most important assignments are on the South side of Manhattan, where I have a team that goes out every other day to try and find people who are going to commit crimes in the boroughs. We go