Postcards from Tradocia

protect that data!

Obviously, the Army has a lot of sensitive data on a lot of computers, and protecting that data can be a real challenge. You might not know it, but one of the best ways to protect sensitive data is to look at PowerPoint presentations! So this morning when I logged on to my computer, I read through a beautiful slide show that could be summed up by, “don’t let Afghan camel-traders steal USB thumb drives out of your TOC.”

And thank God I did, because otherwise, I wouldn’t have found this gem of an image.


  1. Mrs. Melobi

    Internet is “the new Afghanistan”: NY police commissioner –;_ylt=AmTEafxe_re3eK0PBygf._sE1vAI

  2. Ali

    Oh, wow…that is really fantastic…heeheehee!

  3. Prometheus

    OMG! By reading this post, can I skip the training? Secret Squirrels make my head hurt…or, is it nuts?

  4. MATT

    Spread the word on your blog……Get a copy….

    Finally, we get the truth about the war and what our
    troops are sacrificing. It’s a side of the war you won’t see on the news.It’s a book written by a U.S. soldier. It’s called “House To House”. I hear this is a fantastic book…..even better than Blackhawk Down. Spread the word! Support our

    You can order it now:

    This first-hand account of the 2004 Battle of Fallujah, Iraq, is written by
    a former soldier who tells what it was like to fight in close combat,
    against an enemy on its home territory. The American soldiers eventually won
    the block-by-block battle, but the cost was great. David Bellavia conveys
    the intense experiences of combat, and presents well-drawn portraits of his
    fellow soldiers, as he captures their heroism and sacrifice in horrible

  5. Fred

    Hey Alex
    Glad everything is going good. Hope to see you at the Lan. I hear Seth will be there. Call me if you can. Hoot has my #. Hope to see you soon.

    FRED REDBULLL,32 and the only Super ROU

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