What does USAPA stand for (not the Army Publishing Agency)?
I was out at a hole-in-the-wall bar in Austell, GA (Cobb County). Outside there were approximately 3-4 government looking vehicles (Dodge Chargers) with the letters U.S.A.P.A written on the side. The men checking the IDs before entry had the same identification on their gray uniforms (not to mention, they were heavily protected with bullet-proof vests). They carried guns, but I had never heard of the law enforcement agency before.
When I was inside, one of the "officers" came into the club, and I took him aside and asked what exactly APA stood for. He responded that it stood for the US Asset Protection Agency and they have been around for 1.5 years. I asked him what they did, and he essentially say we serve to protect government assets.
A search of the internet for any combination of USAPA, US Asset Protection Agency, or the like came up with only the Army Publishing Agency.
Ever since that night, I haven't found anything, and it bugs me, because they were so heavily armed and protected and there was a HUGE presence of them. If anyone has any information to offer, I would greatly appreciate it.