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Old 02-13-2012, 14:12   #1
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Creating Afghan Intel

Hello all, QPs and otherwise.

I'd like to talk via PM with current/former 18F on the topic of training Afghans for Intel work. The subject is probably a bit sensitive so I'd rather talk via PMs than an open forum. Please contact me if you'd be willing to talk!
 

Old 02-13-2012, 18:27   #2
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Hello all, QPs and otherwise.

I'd like to talk via PM with current/former 18F on the topic of training Afghans for Intel work. The subject is probably a bit sensitive so I'd rather talk via PMs than an open forum. Please contact me if you'd be willing to talk!
The PM function here is only mildly more secure - and I use that word loosely - than the open forums.

I will caution against talking about ANYTHING sensitive in nature utilizing that means of communications.

I am telling you, dont do it.

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Old 02-13-2012, 19:57   #3
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The PM function here is only mildly more secure - and I use that word loosely - than the open forums.

I will caution against talking about ANYTHING sensitive in nature utilizing that means of communications.

I am telling you, dont do it.

Crip
Concur.

Thread closed.

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