Do’s and Don’ts on Social Media During Political Season

AS THE RACE FOR PRESIDENT DRAWS CLOSER, IT’S IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER WHAT WE CAN AND CANNOT SAY REGARDING POLITICAL EXPRESSION ON SOCIAL MEDIA SITES PETTY OFFICER LORENZO BURLESON EXPLAINS MORE. AN ARTICLE ON NAVY LIVE PROVIDES SERVICE MEMBERS, AND DOD PERSONNEL, THE DO’S AND DON’TS FOR VOICING OUR POLITICAL OPINION ON SITES LIKE FACEBOOK AND TWITTER. FOR SERVICE […]

This Week in the Headlines: October 20-24, 2014

WITH THE HEADLINES, I’M STAFF SERGEANT SHAUN HOSTUTLER. THREE AIRMEN FROM EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA HAVE BECOME THE FIRST F-35A QUALIFIED OPERATIONAL WEAPONS LOAD CREW. THE NEW MILESTONE BRINGS THE LIGHTNING TWO JET ONE STEP CLOSER TO BEING AN OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY. RAMSTEIN AIRMEN SUPPORTING THE FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA IN AFRICA RECENTLY IMPLEMENTED PLANS TO ENSURE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS […]

S Korea’s presidential office refutes Japanese media reports

shifting our focus to these whole Tokyo Intel sharing pact which has been extended but is once again caught up in controversy Japanese officials reportedly construed the deal as a one-sided win for them with no concessions made on trade and denies of apologizing to solve for such distortion Shin Semin has the latest in a read out […]

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