The U.S. White House: Pressurized Air Defense, the Clearance Process for White House Staff, the Current Remodeled White House, Rooms Built Independently as Steel Cages, Level 7 Projectile Defense, and the President’s Emergency Operation Center

The air in the US White House is pressurized so that any biological toxin potentially released has less of an opportunity to propagate itself. Nearly 1700 people work in the White House. The clearance process for any White House employee is referred to as “Yankee White” and is an extensive background check which includes filling out a form referred to as the “FS-86” which requires dates and information of previous experiences (eg. moving homes, attended schools, vehicles purchased etc.) which th...

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