“Before you go - learn to create your cover for action story. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status.”

“Before you go - learn to create your cover for action story. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status.”

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 “When you arrive breeze through German customs because you have your cover story down to pat. Avoid suspicious behaviour in the airport.”

“When you arrive breeze through German customs because you have your cover story down to pat. Avoid suspicious behaviour in the airport.”

 “Have your point of contact on your person. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status. Contact CCI (Centre for Cyber Intelligence).”

“Have your point of contact on your person. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status. Contact CCI (Centre for Cyber Intelligence).”

 “CCI can provide you with a list of hotels that you can choose from; try not to stray from this list: these hotels are pre-approved by Frankfurt base. Check in, drop off your bags, shower (you probably need one).”

“CCI can provide you with a list of hotels that you can choose from; try not to stray from this list: these hotels are pre-approved by Frankfurt base. Check in, drop off your bags, shower (you probably need one).”

 “Gas stations are not recommended for fine dining.”

“Gas stations are not recommended for fine dining.”

 “Do not leave anything electronic or sensitive in the hotel room. Paranoid, yes, but better safe than sorry.”

“Do not leave anything electronic or sensitive in the hotel room. Paranoid, yes, but better safe than sorry.”

 “Depending on where you are staying in the city you may have to take the U-bahn (subway) to the consulate. Find the U5 towards Preungesheim.”

“Depending on where you are staying in the city you may have to take the U-bahn (subway) to the consulate. Find the U5 towards Preungesheim.”

 “The consulate is at the stop gießener straße (phonetically ‘gee-ssen-err-shttrah-sseh’). From the gießener straße stop, walk south towards the consulate.”

“The consulate is at the stop gießener straße (phonetically ‘gee-ssen-err-shttrah-sseh’). From the gießener straße stop, walk south towards the consulate.”

 “Enter at CAC4 (The Big Entrance). Present your black passport and you will get buzzed straight through. Follow the signs for the employee entrance walking along the left side of the consulate.”

“Enter at CAC4 (The Big Entrance). Present your black passport and you will get buzzed straight through. Follow the signs for the employee entrance walking along the left side of the consulate.”

 “During your stay meet everyone on base. Talk to them and find out about what they do. Build that network! If you have never been overseas before let folks know!”

“During your stay meet everyone on base. Talk to them and find out about what they do. Build that network! If you have never been overseas before let folks know!”

 “Have a free weekend? Ask for advice on day trips and places to visit. Be aware that your co-workers here are all undercover. While cover seems like an administrative thing back home, it is vital in the field.”

“Have a free weekend? Ask for advice on day trips and places to visit. Be aware that your co-workers here are all undercover. While cover seems like an administrative thing back home, it is vital in the field.”

 “Respect that while efforts can be made to involve you in social activities, it may not always be possible because of cover concerns.”

“Respect that while efforts can be made to involve you in social activities, it may not always be possible because of cover concerns.”

 “Before you leave buy something in duty free because your awesome and you deserve it! Might I recommend a travellers’ edition single malt whiskey?”

“Before you leave buy something in duty free because your awesome and you deserve it! Might I recommend a travellers’ edition single malt whiskey?”

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 “Before you go - learn to create your cover for action story. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status.”
Website Caption.jpg
 “When you arrive breeze through German customs because you have your cover story down to pat. Avoid suspicious behaviour in the airport.”
 “Have your point of contact on your person. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status. Contact CCI (Centre for Cyber Intelligence).”
 “CCI can provide you with a list of hotels that you can choose from; try not to stray from this list: these hotels are pre-approved by Frankfurt base. Check in, drop off your bags, shower (you probably need one).”
 “Gas stations are not recommended for fine dining.”
 “Do not leave anything electronic or sensitive in the hotel room. Paranoid, yes, but better safe than sorry.”
 “Depending on where you are staying in the city you may have to take the U-bahn (subway) to the consulate. Find the U5 towards Preungesheim.”
 “The consulate is at the stop gießener straße (phonetically ‘gee-ssen-err-shttrah-sseh’). From the gießener straße stop, walk south towards the consulate.”
 “Enter at CAC4 (The Big Entrance). Present your black passport and you will get buzzed straight through. Follow the signs for the employee entrance walking along the left side of the consulate.”
 “During your stay meet everyone on base. Talk to them and find out about what they do. Build that network! If you have never been overseas before let folks know!”
 “Have a free weekend? Ask for advice on day trips and places to visit. Be aware that your co-workers here are all undercover. While cover seems like an administrative thing back home, it is vital in the field.”
 “Respect that while efforts can be made to involve you in social activities, it may not always be possible because of cover concerns.”
 “Before you leave buy something in duty free because your awesome and you deserve it! Might I recommend a travellers’ edition single malt whiskey?”
Fight Club (without border).jpg
Sonic Screwdriver (without border).jpg
Weeping Angel (without border).jpg
Pictogram (without border).jpg
Fine Dining (without border).jpg

“Before you go - learn to create your cover for action story. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status.”

“When you arrive breeze through German customs because you have your cover story down to pat. Avoid suspicious behaviour in the airport.”

“Have your point of contact on your person. There will be a slight difference based on your own cover status. Contact CCI (Centre for Cyber Intelligence).”

“CCI can provide you with a list of hotels that you can choose from; try not to stray from this list: these hotels are pre-approved by Frankfurt base. Check in, drop off your bags, shower (you probably need one).”

“Gas stations are not recommended for fine dining.”

“Do not leave anything electronic or sensitive in the hotel room. Paranoid, yes, but better safe than sorry.”

“Depending on where you are staying in the city you may have to take the U-bahn (subway) to the consulate. Find the U5 towards Preungesheim.”

“The consulate is at the stop gießener straße (phonetically ‘gee-ssen-err-shttrah-sseh’). From the gießener straße stop, walk south towards the consulate.”

“Enter at CAC4 (The Big Entrance). Present your black passport and you will get buzzed straight through. Follow the signs for the employee entrance walking along the left side of the consulate.”

“During your stay meet everyone on base. Talk to them and find out about what they do. Build that network! If you have never been overseas before let folks know!”

“Have a free weekend? Ask for advice on day trips and places to visit. Be aware that your co-workers here are all undercover. While cover seems like an administrative thing back home, it is vital in the field.”

“Respect that while efforts can be made to involve you in social activities, it may not always be possible because of cover concerns.”

“Before you leave buy something in duty free because your awesome and you deserve it! Might I recommend a travellers’ edition single malt whiskey?”

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