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I am a Security Engineering Officer in the United States Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security.  I have served in multiple countries around the world and traveled to many others providing security services to US Missions overseas.

As in the disclaimer, the views expressed in this blog are mine alone, and should not be misconstrued as the official views of the Department of State, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, or the United States Government.  Foreign Service blogs are somewhat numerous these days, so what’s one more?

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Written by OSB

17/02/2011 at 02:13

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  1. Just came across your blog – thank you for sharing some (emphasis on some) of your knowledge. I’d sure like to know what you think will happen in the ME over the next year, year and a half. I can remember the ’79 hostage taking in Teheran and thinking that there will come a day when we will have to do business with Iran.
    At any rate you have a great web site! Glad I found it!
    I guess we need to pray for peace.

    Robert Blohm

    05/11/2011 at 00:12


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