The Office of Strategic Services, the Defense Department’s Defense Policy Board, is going to put out an article that lays out some of the tricks of the trade for building an escape from an office building.
The first step is to figure out what building the escape is going into, so it can be easily spotted.
The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) has set up a Facebook page to make this easier, and is also hosting a blog for a better, more in-depth explanation of the process.
The goal is to make the escape look like something that could easily happen in a real office, without much difficulty.
Here are a few things to keep in mind, as well as some tips for how to get the job done.
To get the best escape, you need to get inside the building.
If the escape door is locked, the OSD advises that you do not attempt to get through by the window.
Instead, move the window up to the next level and go through the door to the other side.
When the escape gets out of hand, you can call in an alarm, which will give the OSG and the Army a chance to clear the building, and then the escape will be over.
There are some steps to take to make sure the escape does not get lost.
The best way to find the escape, and the way to get it out of the building is to check in with a civilian or contractor that works in the building and ask them what’s going on inside.
You can check the building’s website to find out what they are doing and the process that needs to be followed, and you can ask them for a description of the escape.
Another way to make it look like it was an office-type escape is to set up an escape trap.
If you have access to a video camera and an alarm system, the easiest way to do this is to use the video camera to capture the escape and then post the footage on Facebook.
For the best way of getting the escape out of a building, be sure to check out the Office of Security’s escape guide and the OSI’s escape procedure.
Also, make sure to have a plan.
For an escape to be effective, it has to be easy for the person escaping to get out of there.
And, of course, make certain that the escape has a plan, and a plan is something that’s easy to remember.
You can also make a plan in advance and make sure you have it with you if you’re going to be escaping.
“Make sure that you have a secure escape plan,” said Dan Wojcik, who teaches military escape planning and is the author of Escape Strategy.
“You want to make everything a part of the plan.”
The OSD says it has been in use for more than 30 years and it has more than 2,000 escape plans for use in different settings.
This article will be updated as more details become available.