白宫看起来好像无人防守,为什么没有人试图闯入?

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quora的网友BF Caffrey是这样回答的:它只是看起来如此。你没有看到的是安全层。

历史上,白宫被称为“人民之家”,因为它的维护和保养是由纳税人支付的 - 总统只是一个“临时”居民。因此,已经做出努力使其看起来不像欧洲堡垒或皇家围墙化合物。

安全层远离白宫本身。

空域:

白宫上方和周围的空域受限制空域。未经空中交通管制员事先许可,您不得在该区域内搭飞机。这些控制器必须首先获得美国特勤局的授权。如果你确实违反了这个限制,至少你可能会失去你的飞行员执照并面临联邦指控。忽略ATC指令,你会在你的机翼上找到一架F-15鹰或F-16猎鹰。然而,为了更快的响应,特勤局有能力从白宫屋顶取下一架进来的飞机(尽管它们更有可能会改变总统的位置)。

接近华盛顿特区

另一层从周围所有街道上的摄像头开始,然后通向白宫。当你靠近地面时,你会注意到它周围是“锻铁”围栏。
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仔细观察击剑顶部的“尖刺”。它们的目的是阻止围栏跳跃,并做好衣服的抓地力。但据我所知,那些垂直围栏件不是铁,而是高强度钢。

哦,白宫草坪上的那些人呢?他们来自特勤局的穿制服部门,在无人机飞过栅栏并在草坪上坠毁后检查地面。

进入场地仅限于下面的安全检查站。有一些护柱可以阻挡车辆进入以及路面上的轮胎放气尖峰。它在至少两个地点受到特勤局的严密监控。
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场地本身就是一层安全。跳一个篱笆,你必须覆盖很多空地。你会被看到的。你可能会被截获。那些拦截你的代理人并不知道对入侵者有幽默感。尤其是毛茸茸的人。
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请注意,带有步枪的特工正在观察任何二级入侵者,而他的队友倾向于那个跳过栅栏的白痴。

有些东西你不会在场地周围看到。运动传感器,红外线传感器,夜视/日光摄像机,红外线激光探测网格,防弹玻璃和门(内部和外部)。几年前,特勤局在大楼顶部安装了一个观察设施。它可用于发现问题和/或防止非法入境尝试。
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如果你进入白宫,准备接受比TSA更彻底的筛选。有些规则和协议要求访问者在进入之前进行筛选。

还有那些特勤局特工?在建筑物中有他们的办公室,如果有必要,他们可以快速发射一系列令人印象深刻的弹药。这包括使用无人机进行监视以及装备以将信号干扰到其他无人机。

白宫包括大楼下方的一些房间,如总统指挥中心。据传,几年前这些设施已经升级和扩建,包括快速升降机,让第一个家庭摆脱危险。

It only looks that way. What you’re not seeing are the layers of security.

Historically, The White House, has been referred to as “The People’s House” since its maintenance and upkeep is paid for by taxpayers — and the President is only a “temporary” resident. Because of this, efforts have been made to make it look less like a European fortress or a royal walled compound.

The layers of security start well away from the White House itself.

Air Space:

The airspace above and around the White House is restricted airspace. You’re not allowed to fly a plane in this zone without prior permission from air traffic controllers. Those controllers must obtain authorization from the U.S. Secret Service first. If you do violate that restriction, at the very least you’ll probably lose your pilot’s license and face federal charges. Ignore the ATC directives and you’ll find an F-15 Eagle or F-16 Falcon on your wing. For a faster response, though, the Secret Service has the capability to take down an incoming aircraft from the roof of the White House (though it’s more likely they’ll move the President instead).

Approaching in Washington D.C.

Another layer begins with cameras on all the streets around and leading to the White House. When you get near the grounds, you’ll notice it is surrounded by “wrought iron” fencing.

Look closely at the “spikes” on top of the fencing. They’re designed to discourage fence-hopping and do a good job of snagging clothing. But those vertical fence pieces aren’t iron, but high-strength steel, I’m told.

Oh, all those men on the White House lawn? They’re from the uniformed division of the Secret Service, examining the grounds after a drone flew over the fence and crashed on the lawn.

Access into the grounds is limited to security checkpoints like the one below. There are those bollards to block vehicle entry as well as tire deflating spikes in the pavement. It’s heavily monitored by Secret Service in at least two locations.

The grounds themselves are a layer of security. Hop a fence and you have to cover a lot of open ground. You’ll be seen. You’ll likely be intercepted. And those agents who intercept you are not known for having a sense of humor about intruders. Especially the furry ones.

Note the agent with the rifle is watching for any secondary intruder while his mates tend to the idiot who hopped the fence.

There are things you don’t see around the grounds. Motion sensors, infra-red sensors, night-vision/daylight cameras, infra-red laser detection grids, bulletproof glass and doors (inside & out). The Secret Service had an observation facility installed atop the building several years ago. It can be used to spot trouble and/or prevent unlawful entry attempts.

If you enter the White House, prepared to be screened much more thoroughly than what the TSA does. There are rules and protocols that require visitors to be screened before entry.

And all those Secret Service agents? There are offices for them in the building and they can quickly field an impressive array of ordnance if it becomes necessary. This includes the use of drones for surveillance as well as being equipped to jam signals to other drones.

The White House includes some rooms below the building, such as the Presidential Command Center. It’s rumored that these facilities were upgraded and expanded a few years ago, including fast elevators to get the first family out of harm’s way.

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  1. 大米:

    这不是很正常吗?你在媒体上看到的各国政治中心建筑都是没有保安的

  2. KK:

    他们这种狙击枪架子叫什么,在《勇者行动》上见过