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How Diplomatic Security Deploys Life-Saving Armored Vehicles

In South Sudan, two U.S. Embassy armored vehicles carrying mission personnel were headed toward the residential compound on July 7, 2016. Less than half a mile from their destination, they were stopped by dozens of armed soldiers who tried to open the vehicle doors.
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