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Secret service?

Asked by babygalll (2753points) May 27th, 2008

What are those pins that the people who work for the secret service wear? Are they regular pins or is there something hidden in it?

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Adina1968's avatar

It is a pin that you get when you join the secret service club. It allows you to identify other members of the club. Kinda like the Shriners.LOL!

MisterBlueSky85's avatar

If we knew, would it be secret?

jcs007's avatar

The service is secret, but the pins shouldn’t be. WE THE PEOPLE DEMAND AN ANSWER!

cheebdragon's avatar

jcs~ tell that to the Freemasons

judochop's avatar

it is just a service pin. All governent branches have them and wear them. I have two family members that work for the CIA and they always have their pin on when they are in a suit. It is simply a symbol of pride. To work for the CIA or Black Ops or the FBI is very hard. As with any life style job, people show it off.

ebenezer's avatar

i think it pops open to reveal a smaller, more secret pin.

Zen's avatar

Combination grenade launcher, walkie-talkie and inflatable rubber raft.

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