The internet can be a super scary place so there are a few things that you will not be seeing on this blog; especially since we are a military family and personal security is very important!
Persec: A military acronym. Short for PERsonal SECurity. Used in conjuction with Operational Security (OPSEC) to protect the flow of information to undesirable or non-essential parties. Often personal information about a person/soldier/civilian that, if leaked or passed on to the wrong party, could result in either harm, defamation, or potentially even death to said person.
1. Our full name.
2. Our kids, friends or family member’s full names.
3. Where he works.
4. Where we live.
5. Telephone or cell numbers.
6. Personal email addresses.
7. Where we will be and when we will be there. (or where we were recently)
8. Pictures of where we live or work that include identifiable information.
9. Pictures of our car that shows the license plate number/other identifying characteristics.
10. Travel Itineraries of any type.
11. Photos that show our faces.