Secret Service: Why it’s a ‘super-secret service’

The Secret Service has been called the “super-security force of the United States” by the US Congress and its “special agent in charge” is the nation’s top cop.

And the service has been on top of the world for decades.

Its “top secret” status means it can’t be shared with the public and its mission is only revealed to its top brass.

But how much does that help America?

Here are five reasons the Secret Service is a “super secret” organisation.


It’s one of the most powerful organisations in the world 2.

It operates in an age of surveillance 3.

Its mission is to protect America and its people from terrorism and cyber attacks 4.

It is one of only a handful of agencies in the US that is still able to “run its own covert operations” 5.

It has a history of using intelligence assets to fight terror attacks and protect America 1.

The Secret Force The Secret Government is a secret organisation that protects America and is made up of the “secret services” that are tasked with protecting the US.

They include the Secret Division of the FBI, the Office of Special Counsel, the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.


The First Amendment Secret service agents are trained to “protect the First Amendment”.

The Constitution, it says, is “the supreme law of the land” and “is the only thing that stands between us and total tyranny.”


Secret Service Agent “I’m going to make sure we are ready to act in the event of an emergency” The Secret Services mission is “to protect the American people from danger, to protect the President and his family, and to safeguard the security of the Nation.”

They can do this by “operating within a secure, legal and efficient manner.”


Secret Services ‘Secret Service Agent’ is one the US’s top officers.

The US Secret Service (USSS) is one its biggest and most prestigious jobs.

The agency was created in 1913 as an arm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and has “exceeded every other agency of the federal government in both manpower and financial resources.”

It has “performed more than 2,400 clandestine missions worldwide, including operations in the Balkans, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Cuba.”


The FBI’s mission in the United Kingdom The FBI has a “specialized” mission that involves “detecting and investigating foreign intelligence, terrorism and criminal activity”.

The agency “has been conducting operations in more than 100 countries and territories in the 21st century.”

The Secret service “is responsible for providing protection for the United Nations and the U.S. homeland.”

The agency is “unique in the Secret service world because of its unique missions.”