Class Clown of the Secret Service
written by Pat McCool
Do you remember sitting in the United Nations cafeteria (or in Sullivan's on 2nd Avenue later that night) during one of the many UNGAs you worked and thoroughly enjoying the funny stories shared with the group? Pat McCool has written Class Clown of the Secret Service so we can relive those times. Pat has allowed us to publish five chapters of his book, with the first of these chapters available now. Get ready for a good laugh!
Pat McCool was appointed a Special Agent in 1974 in the New York Field Office. In 1978, he was transferred to the Presidential Protection Division. In 1981, Pat returned to his hometown office in Philadelphia and retired as ATSAIC of the Counterfeit squad in 1997. He had a second career of 19 years at Cigna, where he served as Director of Executive Protection before fully retiring in 2016.
Guardians of Democracy written by Tom Sloan
In 2016, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the United States Secret Service, our Association published a book written and compiled by member Tom Sloan: Guardians of Democracy. This book of historic photos, timelines and articles celebrates those who came before us, those who came with us, and those who carried on the mission as we moved on.
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