1-4 CAV UPDATE                                       03-09-12                      Upcoming FRG EventsApache Troop’s next ...
1-4 CAV UPDATE                                          03-09-12                      FRG CONTACT INFORMATION             ...
1-4 CAV UPDATE                                     03-09-12            REAR DETACHMENT CONTACT INFOYou may contact your PO...
1-4 CAV UPDATE   03-09-12        Each    Troop/Company     within        the Squadron will have a point        of contact ...
1-4 CAV UPDATE                                      03-09-12The long winter chill is lifting, flowers are blooming, April ...
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  1. 1. 1-4 CAV UPDATE 03-09-12 Upcoming FRG EventsApache Troop’s next FRG meeting is scheduled for Friday, March 9, 2012,1700—please note time has changed—at Custer Hill Bowling Alley on CusterHill. FRG will pay for games and shoes. Soldiers and Families are responsiblefor their own food and drink.Bandit Troop’s next FRG meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 13, 2012,1800 at the ACS Annex, 1020 Huebner Road. The deadline for childcare forthis event has passed. No additional reservations can be taken.Comanche Troop’s next FRG meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 13,2012, 1800 at the ACS Annex, 1020 Huebner Road. The deadline for childcarefor this event has passed. No additional reservations can be taken.Delta Company’s next FRG meeting will be Wednesday, March 28, 2012, 1800at the ACS Annex, 1020 Huebner Road. This event is a potluck so please bringa snack or dish to share. There will be no childcare for this event.HHT’s next FRG meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 1800 atthe ACS Annex, 1020 Huebner Road. Childcare will be available at the WarrenEast CDC. Please RSVP to the FRSA at 239-1921 orvanessa.harper@us.army.mil with names, ages and special needs of childrenno later than Thursday, March 22, 2012. PLEASE NOTE THAT CHILDREN MUSTBE REGISTERED THROUGH CYS FOR THIS CARE. Contact Parent Central at 239-9885 for registration information. Dont forget to SPRING AHEAD this weekend. Set your clocks ahead an hour before bed on Saturday or you’ll be late on Sunday!
  2. 2. 1-4 CAV UPDATE 03-09-12 FRG CONTACT INFORMATION HHTWhitney Lukenbill ....................................................... frg_hht1_4cav@yahoo.comAngela Dau ............................................................... nissiteach@msn.com ApacheAimmie Jenkins .......................................................... apachefrg@hotmail.comHeather Telley ........................................................... heathertelley@yahoo.com BanditStephanie Register ..................................................... bandit_frg@yahoo.com ComancheTricia Evans ............................................................... frg.comanche@gmail.com DeltaPatricia Thompson ...................................................... frg.delta.family@gmail.comShaina Maslonka ........................................................ frg.delta.family@gmail.com vFRG www.armyfrg.org FRSA Vanessa Harper (beginning March 19) 785-239-1921 vanessa.harper@us.army.mil Check us out on Facebook! www.facebook.com/1.4CavRaiders
  3. 3. 1-4 CAV UPDATE 03-09-12 REAR DETACHMENT CONTACT INFOYou may contact your POC, FRG Leader, Troop FRL or the FRSA duringbusiness hours. At all other times, issues are to be reported to the StaffDuty Desk. Staff Duty will then notify the appropriate person. Staff Duty 785-239-1712 Squadron CPT Lukenbill ........ 785-239-1761 ...... chester.f.lukenbill.mil@mail.mil 1SG Helmandollar . 785-239-1930 ...... steven.w.helmandollar.mil@mail.mil HHT NCOIC SFC Selvy ............ 785-239-5800 ...... patrick.selvy@us.army.mil Apache NCOIC SGT Schulke ......... 785-240-3324 ...... andrew.schulke@us.army.mil Bandit NCOIC SGT Tichansky ...... 785-239-4930 ...... james.tichansky@us.army.mil Comanche NCOIC SGT Lazinek ......... 785-240-3325 ...... daniel.r.lazinek@us.army.mil Delta SGT Yoder............ 785-240-5886 ...... jason.todd.yoder@us.army.mil
  4. 4. 1-4 CAV UPDATE 03-09-12 Each Troop/Company within the Squadron will have a point of contact to which payment is due. POCs will be announced at formations to Soldiers. If you are interested in attending this event, please have your Soldier RSVP with payment and menu choices as soon as possi- ble to his/her unit point of con- tact.
  5. 5. 1-4 CAV UPDATE 03-09-12The long winter chill is lifting, flowers are blooming, April is nearing, and the fish …Imean “Phish” are biting. That’s right, and by “Phish,” I mean “you” soldier. The taxseason is here once again, and the cyber predators are well rested from a long winter’sbreak, hoping to add you as a feather in their cap.The IRS is warning taxpayers to beware of unsolicited emails that appear to be fromeither the IRS or an organization closely linked to the IRS, such as the Electronic Fed-eral Tax Payment System (EFTPS). Suspicious emails attempting to get your personalinformation should be ignored. Bear in mind that the IRS would never request personalor financial info via email, nor would it request information from you by text messageor social media sites.PHISHING - is the act of impersonating a legitimate organization in an attempt to scama user out of their identity credentials. This is most commonly done by sending bogusemails that entice a user to give up their bank account information, email address (toconfirm that the users email address truly exists), or simply to retrieve usernames andpasswords.TIPS Remember, valid professional organizations will never request private information or credentials via email. So be wary of emails asking for your log-in information, Social Security Number (SSN), or Tax Identification Number (TIN). Never click on links in emails promising large sums of money, or urgently requesting you to log-in to verify your information.In order to help the Army identify and mitigate these problems, do your part andquickly report suspicious e-mails. If you are on a military installation and receive asuspicious e-mail, report it to your local Information Assurance Manger (IAM), or Net-work Enterprise Center (NEC) immediately.It is the responsibility of every soldier and civilian to practice precaution and best judg-ment when accessing the internet with any type of device.So, keep yourself safe and make sure that when cyber criminals go phishing, you’re the“one that got away”.Respectfully,Jermal Clark1ID OPSEC ManagerMSE, G3/5/7 Plans785-239-6467

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