POW/NOC Detainee • Wounded • KIA/MIA Family
A permanent policy is to provide services at cost for any for any of the following who was wounded in action or was a long-term detainee on behalf/support of US, UK, or Israeli foreign objectives
- military, official, OGA, contractor, volunteer, or retiree thereof;
- a self-reported other role that a concierge of ours would know (albeit not explicitly acknowledging such) to be typical of association with the US or UK Service
- Vaux/Agency/Moss (overtly identified or declassified role),
- a pastor/priest, rabbi, or chaplain,
- sworn military officer, or
- an immediate family member of any of the above who gave the ultimate sacrifice
Foreign detainers are broadly defined to include indenturing, imprisonment (regardless of civil/military charges), behind-the-line isolation, or other duress—by a government or oppositional force that does not maintain normalized relations with the US, UK, or Israel—lasting thirty days or longer, regardless of whether you were under a NOC legend.
No disability documentation, classified information, or official declarations are needed. The concepts of sacrifice are the relevant qualifiers, not a bureaucratic definition. The experiences of a concierge would provide sufficient familiarity to understand implied anecdotes as demonstrations of bona fides.
Suppressing NTK Exposure
You Control Security Protocols