The top ten secret agency codes you would never find anywhere. Check them out:
The name of President Obama opted by him after being presented with a list of names beginning with R. The rest of the list was Renaissance, Radiance and Rosebud.
The moniker of Kennedy interlocked fit with the “Camelot” idea of his Administration.
For a chief supervisory undone by the late night break in at the Watergate Hotel, and the following cover up, Nixon’s Secret Service moniker — a tool that discloses all — is intensely satirical.
The previous Georgia chief, a pious Baptist, trained Sunday school even while occupying the Oval Office; his code-name was a fitting selection.
As a presidential contender in the year 1980, the Lion of the Senate had to experience this code name.
For a President who once starred in Westerns, this mark was a perfect fit.
The codename for a nineteen year old Kerena Gore whose father became the Vice President in the year 1993.
The codename of Vice-President Dick Cheney derived from his hobby i.e. fishing. It also suitably described the vice-president’s ability for pressing his schedule behind the scenes.
The delicate most personality Cindy McCain bored the moniker Parasol.
1. Javelin and Petrus
Mitt Romney is suitably known as Javelin, once a replica of car made by American Motors, Rick Santorum’s codename Petrus is just as apt. It’s the Latin source of Peter.