Secret service agent stay close to President to protect him during a public gathering in Washington D.C.
Washington DC USA Date:1952 Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of the United States secret service agents in Washington D.C., United States. Visit of French President Auriol, in 1947. Secret Service mingle and occupy vehicles at edge of gathering. Motorcade leaving White House with Secret Service agents riding on outsides of cars. In crowd secret servicemen are on an alert for the protection of the President or foreign head of State. They operate on a two way radio and keep a record about the route and timings when the motorcade will approach the crowd. During public gathering secret service agents stay close to U.S. President Harry S Truman. They watch individuals and maintain vigilance for unusual movements, or activities. Phalanx of agents escorts President's motorcade through the streets.
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