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used in No Easy Day

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in various senses, including:
  • coming from or existing outside a place, organization or thing — as in "external trade"
  • forming or relating to an outside boundary — as in "external walls"
  • on the surface or superficial as contrasted to something that is deep or complete — as in "external appearances"
  • Ali was the CIA interpreter on external security.
    p. 192.1
  • Meanwhile, the second helicopter—carrying Chalk Two—would drop off a five-person team north of the compound that would act as external security.
    p. 167.6
  • This external security job was actually one of the biggest and most dangerous positions on the raid.
    p. 167.8
  • There were a lot of concerns about how our external security would handle onlookers.
    p. 177.2

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