NSF Indian Head All Hands Message

December 3, 2014

As the Navy team continues to take the fight to our ISIS enemies, the FBI recently issued a general warning about possible threats to military personnel in the homeland. Safety and security are always the highest priority for the Navy. As always, it's everyone's responsibility to help keep our Sailors, civilians and families safe. Recommended individual force protection measures and force protection postures are influenced by a number of factors; specific measures are coordinated through the Naval Support Activity South Potomac Security Office.

At this time, all personnel at NSF Indian Head should observe the following:

  • Never share anything online you would not tell directly to the enemy.
  • Never post private or personal information.
  • Assume any information you share electronically will be made public.
  • DOD employees should review the Antiterrorism Level I Awareness Training.
  • Service members should use discretion when deciding whether to wear uniforms off base.
  • Sailors, Navy employees and contractors should not wear identifying badges off base.
  • DOD vehicle decals are no longer needed; if your POV still has one, scrape it off.

For more information about online security, click here.

Ombudsmen should review security fundamentals here.

For detailed information about Facebook privacy and account settings, click here.

For more information, contact the installation security officer or your command's security manager. In summary, be the quiet professional and if you see something, say something.

— Courtesy of NSA South Potomac Public Affairs Office —

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