OCTOBER! FR G N E W S L E T T E R! 2011 WO L F PAC K Troopers of TF Wolfpack move-out... October has arrived and the crisper, You can ﬁnd them on Facebook As we are sent approved links or cooler fall weather with it. The passing through the Wolfpack Family Readiness photos, we will share them with you. of September saw the troopers of page, 1/82 ARB page, the 82nd Combat Information on how to link to us on Taskforce Wolfpack move-out to do the Aviation Brigade page and most likely Facebook is on the next page. We look job they have all trained hard to do. even shared on your own company forward to having plenty to share and page. These photos are downloadable hope you will share yours as well. Photos were taken throughout the to your own computer for you to have. hangar during the trooper movements.
OPSEC & PERSEC Fi nd u s o n Face b o ok!1. Do not post exact deployment dates orredeployment dates. Wolfpack Family-Readiness2. Do not reveal camp locations, including https://www.facebook.com/proﬁle.php?id=100002314705672nearby cities. 1/82 ARB “Wolfpack” https://www.facebook.com/pages/1-82-Attack-Reconnaissance-Battalion- “Intelligence collection and Wolfpack/109483005769482 analysis is like assembling a 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade picture puzzle. Intelligence https://www.facebook.com/pages/82nd-Combat-Aviation-Brigade/ collectors are fully aware of the 114100341987751importance of obtaining small bits of information, or ‘pieces’ of a puzzle, from many sources andassembling them to form the overall picture.” S h ipp i ng to3. Do not discuss convoy routes; detailed TF Wo lf packinformation on the mission, capabilities ormorale of a unit; speciﬁc names or actualnicknames; details concerning security We have been all cleared toprocedures, response times, tactics. starting mailing to TF Wolfpack. Domestic rates apply!4. Don’t discuss equipment. <First Name> <Last Name> TF 1-82, <company>5. Don’t speculate about operations. FOB Salerno APO AE 093146. Don’t post pictures that could bemisconstrued or used for propagandapurposes. Look at your picture withoutyour caption or explanation and considerif it could be re-captioned to reﬂectpoorly on coalition forces. 3 6 5 D a ys o f7. Don’t use count-up or count-down De plo ym e nttickers for the same reason as rule #1.8. Don’t post pictures that show signiﬁcant TIP #101:landmarks and black out last names andunit afﬁliations. CYSS offers 16 hours of free childcare per month per child9. Do not, ever, post information about during deployment for those who are registered. Registration withcasualties (coalition or enemy) before the CYSS is free under The Armyofﬁcial release of the information. Family Covenant.10. Do not pass on rumors.
"One ceases to recognize the signiﬁcance of mountain peaks if they are not viewed occasionally from the deepest valleys." --- Dr. Al Lorin U P C O M I N G ... Adult Small Groups Fall 2011 “Financial Peace University” Led by CH Long Dates: Begins 11 September Place: Tolson Youth Center Time: Sundays at 1745 (5:45 p.m.) To Sign Up: Call 432-9076 or email email@example.com “Through the Bible” Led by CH Busby Dates: Begins 11 September Place: Tolson Youth Center Time: Sundays at 1745 (5:45 p.m.) To Sign Up: Call 366-4828 or email firstname.lastname@example.org “Learning to Follow Jesus” Led By CH Lynn Dates: Begins 11 September Place: Tolson Youth Center Time: Sundays at 1745 (5:45 p.m.) To Sign Up: Call 303-3826 or email email@example.com “Praying the Lord’s Prayer for Spiritual Breakthrough” Women’s Study Led by Linda Hammons Dates: Begins 11 September Place: Tolson Youth Center Time: Sundays at 1745 (5:45 p.m.) To Sign Up: Call 322-2190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org FYI! TF Wolfpack now has a FRSA! Mrs. Karen Foshee is available during regular business hours Monday through Thursday at the Wolfpack HQ Rear D/FRG entrance. She can be reached via... email: Karen.Foshee@us.army.mil phone: 910-643-7594"THRIVE ON" IS A DEPLOYED SPOUSES GROUP WHICH MEETS ON MONDAY EVENINGS AT THE WATTERS CENTER. FIND OUR MORE AND JOIN IN AT... HTTP://THRIVEON82.BLOGSPOT.COM/
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