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    Social Media Considerations for Commanders_2009 Social Media Considerations for Commanders_2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Online etiquette 5 things every Soldier should know 07/19/10
    • OPSEC applies on-line, too
      • Names/photographs of important people
      • Present and future U.S. capabilities
      • Meetings of top officials
      • News about U.S. diplomacy
      • U.S. positions
      • Important government places
      • Information about military facilities:
        • - Location
        • - Units
        • - Weapons used
        • - Fortifications & tunnels
        • - Amount of lighting
        • - Exterior size and shape
        • - Number of soldiers & officers
      • - Ammunition depot locations
      • - Leave policies
      • - Brigades and names of companies
      • - Degree & speed of mobilization
      07/19/10
      • Remember UCMJ in your online interactions
      07/19/10 Got a beef with your commander? Hate the latest Army policy? Save it for your memoirs. Do you have photos of yourself in uniform on your Facebook profile? Think about how your status messages reflect upon the Army.
    • What you say online doesn’t stay online Status messages or posts, particularly as they pertain to your chain of command or coworkers, can have real life repercussions
    • Stay in your lane 07/19/10 If you’re not the expert on a military topic, don’t comment like you are. Keep in mind: reporters can quote online interactions. Stay in your lane t
    • Talk to your family 07/19/10 Educate your spouse and family members on OPSEC, and PII. Basic tips for social media include: -Don’t friend anyone you don’t know on Facebook or social networking platforms -Don’t post deployment information, when you’re going on vacation or when your spouse/parent will be away. -Know how to set your privacy settings, and use them.
    • Bottom line:
      • If you wouldn’t want Osama, or your mama to see it, DON’T POST IT ONLINE!!
      07/19/10
    • Resources 07/19/10
      • U.S. Army on slide share:
      • www.slideshare.net/USArmySocialMedia
      • OPSEC family portal on AKO:
      • https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/594109
      • CGSC social media 101 video series: http://www.youtube.com/user/USArmyCGSC