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What does NSSE stand for?

NSSE stands for National Special Security Event (US)

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  • Military and Government

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Examples of non-traditional National Guard missions accomplished while on Title 32 status include the airport security mission in the aftermath of the 11 September 2001, natural and manmade disasters (such as Hurricane Katrina), Operation Jump Start on the Southwest Border, and National Special Security Events (such as the 2008 Democratic and Republican National Conventions and the 2009 Presidential Inauguration).
He also oversaw the mobilization of the National Guard for such domestic emergencies as 9-11, National Special Security Events, Hurricane Katrina, the California wildfires, as well as the two-year deployment of the National Guard to provide military support to the US Border Patrol along our nation's southwest border.
PDD 62 further defines and establishes a special event category of national special security events (NSSE), which require enhanced federal planning and protection.
She has also worked in the area of threat and vulnerability assessment for National Special Security Events, including the NATO 50th Anniversary Summit in 1999, the 2001 Presidential Inauguration, the Salt Lake City Olympics, and Superbowl XXXVI, the latter two events taking place in 2002.
When situation requires cooperation of multiple local, state and federal agencies, such as during the political conventions due to their designation as National Special Security Events, video can be sent in multicast mode to multiple destinations for simultaneous viewing and recording - to police headquarters, field command centers and joint operations centers.