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Originally posted by Havalon
I have some concerns here!
I am from 'down under' (NZ) no where near you or the US of A and I certainly do not know you, however I have been able to determine the following:
You are from Greeley CO,
You went to one of 445 Naval recruiting offices in June/July 2006 to join the USN. (Good on you, I admire that being ex Navy) but out of all the offices in the US it has already been narrowed down to that!
(It might even have been 3230 23rd Avenue)
You have a friend (laid back kind of guy!) whom you attended college with (possibly AIMS Community College) named Lance.
You graduated from boot camp on or about the 15th September 2006.
You went on 2nd part training.......I could go on!
Suffice to say, Be vigilant if you are thinking of posting something that maybe considered detremental to your 'powers that be'.
I have just touched the tip of the iceberg in looking at you from afar, imagine how someone, who does not want that sort of information divulged, could narrow it down using what is available on the net today.
Please be careful or at least more discreet.
Originally posted by Byrd
Standing around and saying "gee! I have something I want to talk about and it's top secret" is a real good way to get yourself under suspicion. Promotions won't come easy, and you will get demoted to jobs on the base (no voyages for you) that don't require security clearance. The flag will go on your record...
For those of us who have close family members with security clearances, the golden rule is "don't ask/don't tell." I have no idea what my husband (an engineer with security clearances) does. I can tell you where he works and that's it. I don't know the names of his coworkers.
That's the ONLY way to keep him and the rest of my family safe.
And the posters are right... you only THINK you have access to really senstive information. You ain't seen nuffin' yet.
Originally posted by Tuning Spork
Please keep in mind that you've been in the Navy one year. Unless you have been granted a specific security clearance, you've likely seen nothing that is highly restricted.
Also keep in mind that if the Navy suspects that you might be a security threat, they may feed you -- and only you -- specific false information and wait and see if it pops up in public. And if what they feed you shows up anywhere, they know you're the one who leaked it. And then you'll never get a security clearance of any kind, ever.
[edit on 31-7-2007 by Tuning Spork]
Originally posted by mazzroth
Originally posted by Tuning Spork
Also keep in mind that if the Navy suspects that you might be a security threat, they may feed you -- and only you -- specific false information and wait and see if it pops up in public.
Say if you have visited sites like ATS and its shown up in your cache history at some echelon base server you would most definitely get flagged as a security risk and possibly be tested.
[edit on 31-7-2007 by mazzroth]
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
What a hoot,
I figured I should add to the other 18 replies to state...
how can 18 people honestly believe someone who knows 'the truth'
would be foolish enough to say he could bring down the world super.... without actually giving up the information?
IF youve got such sensitive information, information you could be killed for... obviously they already know whom you are.
I imagine only a few people have access to ' THE INFORMATION ' that could blow open 911...
further more... if in deed you wanted to release it to the world, you'd do it.. bam... you'd think long and hard about how, and then just do it..
me? Id send in an anonomous video tape to some foreign news media in eastern europe.
what I wouldnt do, is post online, on a widly published 911 conspiracy site that I HAVE such information...
If you really did have this information, information the governemnt would kill you for.. you wouldnt tell the world online, that u have it.. and u want to release it.
I think, all the evidence, the pentagon security footage, the paper trails have all been long destroyed.
why would they even RISK leaving it for some amateur government employee to stumble onto?
Originally posted by ANOK
I might be wrong but I don't know, a year in the Navy and already privy to information this sensitive? Where do you work that this information would be available anyway? You can't be any more than an E-3 at this point, maybe accelerated to E-4 if the 'A' school was long enough, but seeing as you've only been in a year and you're already at a command I doubt it.
Where did you go to boot? What 'A' school did you go to, how long was it, and where was it? Did you go to 'C' school? What is your NEC? Do you still have your 'blue card'?
This information will not compromise your privacy but will give us a clue if you're telling us fibs or not.
Failure to answer correctly will seriously compromise your credibility...
I graduated "A" school mid Febuary. I was the honor graduate and recieved excellerated advancement. After "A" school put on E-3 and went on to my "C" school shipboard ops. I will tell you that i am Direct Support but not out of which GNCC. that last word should really give you and idea.