Regarding Henry, Protecting Nancy - On Security Detail with the Kissingers
Huffington Post - 3 months
Traditionally, Secretaries of State receive a personal protection detail from the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service (DSS). However, Henry Kissinger eschewed the DS detail in favor of the Secret Service protection he had as the National Security Advisor at the White House. His wife Nancy, a brilliant and glamorous New York aristocrat who spent years as a top aide to future Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, on the other hand, was very appreciative of the work and professionalism exhibited by her DSS agents and they were quite fond of her as well.
Bruce Tully, interviewed by Charles Stuart Kennedy beginning in July 2015, was one of the DSS agents assigned to Nancy Kissinger's personal security detail. He offers a rare insider's look into their lives, discusses what it was like protecting her in the U.S. and abroad, as well as dealing with her sometimes cantankerous husband.
Read the full account here.
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