Sochi's Tight Security Discreetly Camouflaged

Russian security officials have promised a "ring of steel" to safeguard the Winter Olympics.
3:00 | 01/30/14

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Security in Sochi for the Winter Olympics is tight but apparently barely visible a ring of steel is what the Russian security officials have promised to use to -- -- -- these Sochi winter games. Russian president Vladimir Putin ordered tens of thousands of extra troops and police to secure the Olympics. He said that security would be tight but not in your face to get into the Olympic park. He's extremely. Secure process. You can only enter with a valid ticket or Olympic past. There are several levels of security to get through something similar to going through airport security check. There's a small military base hidden in the hills above the Olympic zone to ring of steel is only a few hours from Sochi and it's designed to guard threats coming into the region. Mention the network of security cameras that watch every square inch of Sochi and the surrounding area. Fans -- most likely only interact with police while heading into the official Olympic venue although the -- at the -- for their emails.

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