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We love our Army Men!

Support that Military!

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This is a community for Army boys and the girls that love them! If you are an Army boy feel free to post your picture in your cute uniform! Girls feel free to shower them in praise!

Secondly. Let us get beyond the cuteness of our uniformed friends. Military guys, If you have been to Iraq or somewhere like that please share with us your "Happy Stories!" I know my brother use to always tell me about all the "good" that was being done. He would tell me about the children that he gave beanie babies too! Share yours also!!!!

I hope to make this a forum for the people who love and support our military. I am a huge advocate of the military but I have a super sweet spot for the Army boy and his handsomeness in uniform!

This was started in Loving memory of my Bro! June 18, 2005
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1st Lt. Noah Harris
http://www.fallenheroesmemorial.com/oif/profiles/harrisnoah.html


Here are a few ground rules. This is all very much under construction but it will slowly come together!!

OPSEC RULES!!

Due to some sensitive subjects pertaining to the soldiers we love, please try to follow the OPSEC rules to the best of your ability while you're posting in this community. The rules are in place to protect our soldiers, not to censor anything you might have to say. The Rules are:


o1. Don’t discuss future destinations!!
o2. Don’t discuss future places your soldier might be going to, or future things they might be involved in!!
o3. Don’t discuss dates and times!
o4. Don’t discuss how many people are in your soldier's units and how ready they are for deployment!
o5. Don’t discuss specific training equipment (this means what your soldier does, drives, flies, etc)!
o6. Don’t discuss people’s names/ranks!
o7. Don’t speculate about future operations!
o8. Don’t spread rumors about operations!
o9. Don’t assume the enemy is not trying to collect information on you so he can kill you, he is!
10. Be smart, use your head, and always think OPSEC when using email or phone!

Here's a breakdown of some of the rules so that no one is confused. We will be adding more soon . . .

o1. Don’t discuss future destinations!! ( Dont say where your soldier/you are going, especially important when dealing with overseas deployments)
o2. Don’t discuss future places your soldier might be going to, or future things they might be involved in!! (if they are deployed, do not talk about missions they are going on, where the mission is, and where they will be going. )
o3. Don’t discuss dates and times! (Dont give a round about or more specifically an exact date when leaving or coming home from deployments, or pcs to a new base EX: if your soldier is coming home July 15th, say "he's redeploying/pcsing sometime in July")
o4. Don’t discuss how many people are in your soldier's units/company/platoon and how ready they are for deployment! (dont say there 28 people in a platoon and that they have been training for the past 3 months)
o5. Don’t discuss specific training equipment (this means what your soldier does, drives, flies, etc)! ( dont discuss their weapon/vehicle/bird (air craft) of choice)
o6. Don’t discuss people’s names/ranks! (Dont put soldiers full name or people he/she works with along with their ranks.)
o7. Don’t speculate about future operations! (Dont talk about an operation/mission that could happen by word of mouth or what's written on paper. EX: your soldier tells you that he/she will be moving to FOB Zulu to prepare to go on a mission and raid a suspected hideout.)
o8. Don’t spread rumors about operations! (see above)
o9. Don’t assume the enemy is not trying to collect information on you so he can kill you, he is!
10. Be smart, use your head, and always think OPSEC when using email or phone! (Be carful of what you say to people on the phone/Internet..there could always be someone listen/watching. It doesn't even have to be a terrorist or an enemy. This is to keep YOU and your soldier safe.
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