MEMORIAL DAY is a day for remembrance of those who have died in service to our country,” observed LORI LEWIS MEDIA President and MERGE author LORI LEWIS.
“In 1942, as millions volunteered or were drafted for military duty, communication guidelines were given to soldiers and their families about the dangers of how unintended information could be leaked to the enemy during WORLD WAR II:
“And 80 years plus later, that message is even more important with today’s technology.
“There are challenges for every operation expected to operate in this open and connected world. But JACK HOLT, who once served as Senior Strategist of Emerging Media for the DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE looked at social this way:
“If we can train soldiers to operate technical equipment and navigate the battlefield, we can also effectively train soldiers in the proper use and appropriate social media behavior.”
“And I concur,” said LEWIS.
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