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With more than 70 percent of online adults using Facebook and nearly 90 percent of 18 to 29 year olds using social media, it would be easy to say most communication occurs online. While social media use can be entertaining and informative, its use poses potential operations security weaknesses and Air Force Instructions provide guidance on appropriate social media use. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Benjamin Raughton) Social Media and OPSEC
Social media and the Internet, in general, offer Airmen and their families the ability to communicate while separated or deployed, but caution must be taken to maintain operational security.The greatest threat to OPSEC on social media comes from an adversary's ability to collect information. Over time, those seemingly trivial bits of information
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Default Air Force Logo Airman 101 - Resilience
Airman-101 is a term I'm using to identify those things that every Airman should be aware of and ensuring they are in compliance with to be successful as an Airman in the 21st century Air Force. If you take a moment to reflect back to your first English-101 or Math-101 college class, you recall the many foundational things you learned in that one
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Default Air Force Logo Agent of Change
Last month I gave you all a little insight into our Master and Senior Master boards by letting you know one of the questions that might be asked. Letting one question out might be overlooked, but I'm sure my brethren in the SNCO ranks won't like it if I give out any more information about the boards. But that's a chance I'll have to take because
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Chief Master Sgt. Charles Fernandez, New York Air National Guard Human Resource Advisor fields questions during a diversity presentation at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, Syracuse, NY. We Are a Diverse Unit – Yeah so What?
Here's a little intel for all you Tech's and Master's that are getting ready to board: You will probably be asked what diversity means to you and why it is important. (hint: We Are Better Together) This is a fair enough question but one that I think is outdated. We no longer should be focused on why it is important to have a diverse unit. America
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Staff Sgt. Ruben Zamora, Master Sgt. Dermoth Higgins, Staff Sgt. Sariethia Lemos, Staff Sgt. Donald Demarco and Staff Sgt. James Lutes participated in the 442nd Fighter Wing?s first CCAF graduation ceremony Jan. 10. Time Too Be Counted
According to military records, 48 out of 790 enlisted members at the 144th Fighter Wing, Fresno, CA, have either a Baccalaureate Degree or a Masters Degree. I congratulate those 48 individuals, as well as all our members currently enrolled in a college program. This article is not addressed to those 48 graduates. Nor is this article addressed to
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