Federal Employee Halloween Costumes—They're a ThingStart
There’s an outfit for every wannabe fed this holiday.
Some of the most-recognizable feds, astronauts, are a popular costume for adults and kids alike. Look out, Buzz Aldrin, because few things are cuter than a little space traveler asking for candy. Perhaps there's a lesson there for NASA executives seeking funding from Congress.
Military Service Member
Federal Law Enforcement Agent
Transportation Security Agent
In the same questionable vein, there's the "TSA Strip Search Officer Adult Costume" for those determined to push the boundaries of good taste. For all the real TSA officers out there, we feel your pain.
Forest Service Ranger
There's nothing inappropriate about protecting America's public lands. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke would probably approve of this park ranger costume, even in t-shirt form. The chest logo looks a little more like a USDA Forest Service logo, but accuracy is not always the first priority for Halloween costume manufacturers.
CDC Quarantine Worker
Wearers of this Ebola crisis-evoking attire can channel their inner public health official and quickly clear a path to the candy. This hazmat costume can be augmented with a CDC badge for a more official federal look.
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Customs and Border Protection Officer
President Donald Trump's proposed border wall has brought Customs and Border Protection agents into the spotlight and costume manufacturers have seized the opportunity. The above "Border Babe" and her pun-friendly counterpart "Bill D. Wall" are sure to spark some interesting conversations at your neighborhood Halloween party.