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Joint Base San Antonio
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Air Force’s Enlisted Swap Assignment Program starts June 1
May 26, 2023
— The Air Force Enlisted Swap Assignment Program goes live June 1 for senior master sergeants and below with a current assignment. This new policy provides Airmen with more control and new flexibilities in their assignment process...
CYBER HYGIENE | Classified document leaks spur new focus on safe handling
April 14, 2023
— As federal investigators assess the impact of recent classified document leaks, DOD officials are reminding employees how to properly handle information designated as top secret, secret or confidential...
National Operations Security Awareness Month: The OPSEC cycle explained
January 13, 2023
— January is National Operations Security Awareness Month, and this week’s focus is the OPSEC cycle. Per National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM)-28, “The National Operations Security Program,” the intent is for OPSEC to be a repetitive cycle, not a single process...
OPSEC history: from ancient origins to modern challenges
January 5, 2023
— The OPSEC program is designed to deny adversaries the ability to collect, analyze and exploit critical information...
Tax time brings out scammers, phishing schemes
April 7, 2022
— Tax Day, April 18, is coming soon, and along with it comes the onslaught of fraudulent robocallers, scam artists, and general lowlifes posing as legitimate entities to try to scam you through phishing campaigns...
OPSEC provides Airmen with tools to ensure safety, mission success
February 2, 2022
— With adversary threats growing daily, operations security, or OPSEC, is more important than ever. OPSEC experts are heralding the call for advanced protection, both inside and out of the office, for all...
Social media safety during deployments, at home
February 20, 2019
— With movements happening, many pieces will fall together before boots are on the ground in the various locations. The times and places of departures, arrivals and travel plans should not be posted online. Even a selfie checking-in somewhere could be detrimental...
OPSEC in the Social Media Age
January 11, 2019
— One of the areas Reserve Citizen Airmen must be vigilant in when it comes to operational security is social media. Erick Holloway, Air Force Reserve Command OPSEC program manager, explained Reservists have a special responsibility to maintain OPSEC even when off-duty in their civilian roles. ...
Safety, security key to social media use for military members, civilians, families
August 22, 2018
— These days we can’t go a moment or move a step without immediate access to some form of social media, but that kind of access can also impact operational security...
Army families: Are you doing your part on social media to keep Soldiers safe?
August 10, 2018
— Social media plays a significant role in everyday life, especially for military families. It helps them learn information about their next duty station and stay connected to the family and friends they leave. At the same time, the tool is also used by terrorists to seek out individuals and information...