The big goodbye?
Turns out I’ve been living outside of legality.
Pursuant to Army Regulation 530-1, revised on April 19th, 2007:
“All Department of the Army (DA) personnel (active component, reserve component to include U.S. Army Reserve, Army National Guard, and DA civilians), and DOD contractors will consult with their immediate supervisor and their OPSEC Officer for an OPSEC review prior to publishing or posting information in a public forum. This includes, but is not limited to letters, resumes, articles for publication, electronic mail (e-mail), Web site postings, web log (blog) postings, discussion in Internet information forums, discussion in Internet message boards or other forms of dissemination or documentation. Supervisors will advise personnel to ensure that sensitive and critical information is not to be disclosed. Each unit or organization’s OPSEC Officer will advise supervisors on means to prevent the disclosure of sensitive and critical information.”
So, until I get some answers from my S2, Talking Salmons will do so no more. Lord knows I don’t need a court martial to muck things up, just as life was looking a little better. If the compromise is the command gets to “proofread” my entries, then no thanks.