Diplomatic Security Service Centennial
Now AvailAbLe Online:
"DSS Then & Now - The First Century of the Diplomatic Security Service"
From its wartime beginnings in 1916 as a tiny investigative office called the Bureau of Secret Intelligence, the organization evolved into the Office of the Chief Special Agent, then the Office of Security (SY), then DSS, a worldwide security and law enforcement agency with personnel working in more than 170 countries. Click here to view the newly released "DSS Then & Now - The First Century of the Diplomatic Security Service" photo history book.
Honoring DSS's Fallen: Private Security Contractor Thomas Jaichner