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January 29, 2012 / iDriveWarships

SURFPAC does Social Media

 
Every branch of the military has embraced social media and taken advantage of its usefulness in communicating with family members, releasing news updates, and engaging dialogue around service-related issues. The Navyis by far the best at it … no exception or bias here.Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet (SURFPAC) ombudsmen and command representatives attended a social media training seminar on Jan. 25 where SURFPAC Public Affairs Officer, Cmdr. Jason Salata and Social Media Director, Kai Oliver-Kurtin provided guidance on hosting command social media accounts in accordance with Navy guidelines.Among topic discussions were Naval Operations Security, content sharing, and an overview of the most widely used sites and their specific offerings.

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