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Anthony Sabio

International Security
Operations Liaison

Anthony Sabio is the Program Manager for API's Security Operations Division.

Mr. Sabio has decades of experience in the Security and Intelligence Industry from a long and distinguished career in the US Navy, US Secret Service, and Central Intelligence Agency. Mr. Sabio began his career in 1996 as a US Navy Hospital Corpsmen serving with the United States Marine Corps. While serving with the Marines, he was selected to become a training instructor with 1st Special Operations Training Group (SOTG), specializing in mountaineering, rock climbing and urban assault. In 2002, he joined the United States Secret Service where he served under President George W. Bush with the Emergency Response Team (ERT) as a tactical K9 handler in the Special Operations Division – President Protection Detail (PPD). 

In 2007, Mr. Sabio was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to conduct High Threat collection operations against high valued targets under the prestigious National Clandestine Service, Counter-Terrorism Center (CTC).  Later in his Agency career, Mr. Sabio was selected as a Counter-Intelligence Officer and served under the Counter-Intelligence Center (CIC). As a CI Officer, Mr. Sabio was assigned as Deputy Chief CI Gulf Group in charge of overseeing and developing offensive and defensive operations that provided vital intelligence for our policy makers. During his distinguished career with the Agency, he deployed well over 1500 days to numerous countries across the world as a Site Team Leader, Country Team Lead, and regional Counter-Intelligence Officer.

After his federal service, Mr. Sabio successful transitioned into the private sector. 

He is a acclaimed writer for Law Enforcement Today, serves as the Technical Committee Chair for the Board of Executive Protection Professional creation of the Executive Protection ANSI standards, and recently conducted a single operator extraction of a US National out of Ukraine during the height of the invasion featured in and Law Enforcement Today.

Anthony Sabio
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