The character of Tom is a minor supporting character for the series first appeared in the season one episode "Crash and Burn", portrayed by Brian Letscher.As a secret service agent assigned to the President of the United States (POTUS) he is very loyal to the president, Fitz Grant.Tom was the agent who informed Fitz about all the cameras in the White House and that every morning an agent goes through the footage and either archives or erases footage.He told Fitz this when he saw him making love to Olivia in the Oval office the night before.Various elements of a visit are covered, such as an arrival, rope line or public remarks. The agency’s Security and Incident Modeling Lab wanted to update Tiny Town and create a more relevant and flexible training tool.The class works as a whole and in small groups to develop and present their security plan. With funding from DHS S&T, the Secret Service developed the Site Security Planning Tool (SSPT), a new training system dubbed “Virtual Tiny Town” by instructors, with high-tech features: The new technology consists of three kiosks, each composed of a 55” Perceptive Pixel touch screen with an attached projector and camera, and a computer running Virtual Battle Space (VBS2) as the base simulation game.
The Secret Service Division was formed on July 5, 1865, as part of the Department of the Treasury. Wood was sworn in as the first Secret Service chief (now known as “Director”) by Secretary of the Treasury Hugh Mc Culloch.
After a summer tour with Juicy J, he went back to school with a newfound stardom.
“When I started senior year, school was unbearable,” he says.
Now, with the help from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology Directorate (S&T), the Secret Service is giving training scenarios a high-tech edge: moving from static tabletop models to virtual kiosks with gaming technology and 3D modeling.
For the past 40 years, a miniature model environment called “Tiny Town” has been one of the methods used to teach Secret Service agents and officers how to prepare a site security plan.