Nole Edward Remagen



17 July 2018






Special Agent



United States Secret Service




Duty Status


On Duty

Roll of Honour Citation

Died on duty whilst undertaking protection duties in Scotland during the 2018 US Presidential visit to the United Kingdom.

Special Agent Nole Remagen suffered a fatal stroke on 15th July 2018, while on an executive protection detail for the National Security Advisor during a presidential visit to the Turnberry golf resort in Ayrshire, Scotland. Other agents immediately began CPR after he collapsed. He was attended to by a White House doctor before being transported to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. He passed away on 17th July 2018.


Special Agent Remagen was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. He had served with the United States Secret Service for 19 years and was assigned to the Presidential Protection Division. He is survived by his wife and two children.


A memorial plaque was unveiled at the Turnberry Resort on the first anniversary of Nole’s death.


A number of Police Forces in the UK are licensed to run the National Protection Officers Course, the Police Service of Scotland is one of those Forces. The Special Agent Nole E Remagen Memorial Trophy is awarded to the best officer on the Scottish NPOC.