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MI Corps Asso Mentor Page.



How to get Published

OPSEC Professionals Society
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American Legion, China Post #1,  Expat Post-Great for those frequent overseas travelers.


Retired Activities Office, Korea (Excellent widow info)

Additional info page

on Rick Eaton, RIP

12 Aug 03 in IZ.

See jobs info site


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Welcome to Washington District of Columbia



Webmaster is Sr.Vice Cmdr of this Am Legion Post


The Seoul Computer Club

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AKO Sign In www.us.army.mil 


Great Crisis Map

HSPD-12 site for GSA and the Managed Service Office

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About  SecurityMgr.Info & S2Online

     The mission of this site is to share SOPs and questions, especially for the non-Security Manager or Intelligence personnel who get thrown into an S2 (Military Security Manager) slot with no training.  This will give you a system to ask questions, with out appearing the fool in front of your commander. We all have knowledge on a part of this business. If we share, we all look smart! This is done in conjunction with our list server Security_Manager_Info. Membership is open to all .mil and .gov addresses.   Information may be found at: this LINK 

I have retired from the military and a tour as civil service with the military, then looked at Homeland Security support from the intelligence community. And currently embarking on a tour with another Department. Any links or assistance you can provide would be appreciated, and may appear in the links at the bottom of this page.

All FREE Made Out of Individual's
Dedication and Off Duty Time


Army Civilian Career Intern Program Page

For more information on CP-35 Intelligence, please click on the following link:

Appendix DRequires MS Word
 - Documentation of Competency

Appendix E Requires MS Word
 - Professional Certification Documentation

Click HERE to go to the ACTEDS Catalog Click HERE to go to the Guide for Future Leaders

Army Civilian Education System (CES) Courses

The following courses are available through the Army Distributed Learning Program web-site at http://www.train.army.mil

The following courses can be found on the Army Management Staff College website at http://www.amsc.belvoir.army.mil

Information on Senior Service College (SSC) Programs may be found here:

DoD Leader Development Programs

Civilian Leader Development Assessment

Civilian Human Resources Training Application System (CHRTAS) & Civilian Education System (CES) Documents

                                CP 35 ACTEDS Plan - Intelligence Career Program

Army CI Discussion Group

Email list server Info


Career & Job Info Index

GS Civil Service Job Info

Intelligence Jobs

Retirement Info

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OPM Retirement Info

USAJOBS Working for America


Frequently Used Links

Time and Date.com  


Small Arms Storage Racks

State Dept Travel Advisories

Current Travel Warnings
This State Dept link is great for all offices that have to prepare travel briefing



Army Counterintelligence Discussion Group Info Page


Table of Contents

Export Control at Universities Dec 2006

Intell Links    Security Links2

Great Crisis Map

Costa Rica Trip Report

Fort Story R&R Center called  Cape Henry Inn and Beach Club Trip Report


Tales of life between two cultures.



All links tested and working on 26 Oct 2008 in Washington DC. Please report bad links found on these pages.
If you have comments, improvements, or additional links to add, please email me! I look forward to hearing from you! Many new links are constantly added from readers sending them to me! We want this site as interactive and user-friendly as possible.

To navigate this site use the drop-down menu at top. Also look for sub sections listed on the left.



We have  a new feature on Webmaster or Mrs. Webmaster's various sites, a search engine for SecurityMgr.Info, S2online.org (Military Security Managers), Storybasket Asian Cross Culture, and American Legion CP1 .



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Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS)

USD(I) Establishes Pay Band And Military Equivalencies

On 31 July, General Clapper issued a memo (Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System Pay Band and Military Grade Equivalency) establishing DCIPS pay band military grade equivalencies. The current GG grades and military grade equivalencies must be changed to accommodate the establishment of the five DCIPS pay bands. The equivalencies were established in accordance with Articles 43 and 60 of the Third Geneva Convention to cover civilians serving along side members of the Armed Services who are subject to capture as prisoners of war. These equivalencies are consistent with changes to DoD Instruction 1000.1, "Identity Cards Required by the Geneva Conventions," approved by the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel & Readiness) required to accommodate the National Security Personnel System (NSPS). The equivalencies are effective upon a Component’s conversion to DCIPS (NavIntel, 9 November). The DCIPS pay band military grade equivalencies are:

DCIPS Band 5…… 0-6

DCIPS Band 4…… 0-5

DCIPS Band 3…… 0-4

DCIPS Band 2…… 0-3

DCIPS Band 1…… 0-2

Source: http://www.nmic.navy.mil/dcips/pdfs/NewsNowSept2008.pdf

DCISP Training Page

Navy DCIPS Page

Army old briefing DAMI-CP (IPMO)/April 2004 Avoid Deputy Positions

AMC Mission Orders for AMC G2 PDF

DCIPS DoD Directive 1400.35 - PDF

10.6.2008  New Policy Makes Information Sharing a Factor in Employees' Performance Reviews

Intelligence and Threat Support (I&TS) CIPMS page

What's New in DOD DCIPS?

Communications and Outreach
Executive Forum
DCIPS iSuccess

CP 35 ACTEDS Plan - Intelligence Career Program

Army Civilian Career Intern Program Page
The Director National Intelligence (DNI) has an excellent electronic reading room which I have linked at the bottom of this page.
Many Security Managers do not keep informed about DNI changes.

S2's are the Intelligence and Security Officer for Military Units. This is often a thankless job, where they receive little training.

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Looking to start new pages on new countries. Send me links, stories, & pictures to use, I do credit donors!

MexicoPhilippines,  Thailand , Iran, Iraq, Korea

This site's Linguist and Language Page.


New OIF or IZ or Iraq webpage started to enable TARGET SMART deployers!

((Also new IRAN Study Word Doc)

We have a couple of tidbits from the Iraq page:

English <-> Arabic basic phrases for social, courtesy and cooperation situations

Examples (with translations) of typical Arabic-language public signage & warning notices.

Ready.gov Square Button

Upcoming Dates

Terrorism Events Calendar

Computer Security - Virus Calendar (Scroll down!!)

National CounterTerrrorism Center (NCTC)

NCTC Calendar

Worldwide Incidents Tracking System

  U.S. Department of Homeland Security


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CIA's World Fact Book


CIA Maps & Publications

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Storybasket.com A Korean & English site full of stories about cross culture success and funny events 

I am looking for links for S-2s and Security Managers!

Send to webmaster JRL at this domain.

Office of the Director of National Intelligence Electronic Reading Room

    • Intelligence Community Directives

    • 2006 Intelligence Community Policy Memorandums

      • 2006-100-1: The Intelligence Community Policy Process
      • 2006-200-2: Role of The Office of the Director of National Intelligence Analytic Ombudsman
      • 2006-600-1: National Intelligence Reserve Corps (5mb)
      • 2006-700-3: Intelligence Community Modifications To
        Annex C (25mb)
      • 2006-700-4: Intelligence Community Modifications to DCID 6/4. "Personnel Security Standards and Procedures for Governing Eligibility for Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), Annex A Standard C . Single-Scope Background Investigation- Periodic Reinvestigation (SSBI-PR)" (3mb)
      • 2006-700-5: Intelligence Community Modifications to DCID 6/4 "Personnel Security Standards and Procedures for Governing Eligibility for Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)," Annex F "Reciprocity of SCI Eligibility Determinations" (6mb)
      • 2006-700-6: Intelligence Community Modifications to DCID 6/4: "Personnel Security Standards and Procedures for Governing Eligibility for Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)" Pertaining to Expeditious Handling of Issue-Free Personnel Security Cases and Out-Of-Date Single Scope Background Investigations for Continued and Renewed SCI Access (2mb)
      • 2006-700-7: Intelligence Community Modifications to DCID 6/9. "Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs)" (3.5 mb)
      • 2006-700-8: Intelligence Community Modifications to DCID 6/1 Supplement. "Security Policy Manual For SCI Control Systems"

    • 2005 Intelligence Community Policy Memorandums



DCI Directive 6/4
Personnel Security Standards and Procedures Governing Eligibility for Access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)


This is one of the best tools, government paid for and operated. What Is the ADR?

The Adjudicative Desk Reference (ADR) provides convenient access to the following information:

  • Adjudicative Guidelines: This is the official U.S. Government policy that guides decisions on an individual’s eligibility for access to classified information, that is, eligibility for a security clearance.
  • Supplemental Information to the Adjudicative Guidelines: This is a large compendium of background information and reference materials on the diverse human behaviors covered by the 13 issue areas of adjudicative concern. As noted below, Supplemental Information is not U.S. Government policy. It is a job aid to assist security personnel in making informed judgments to implement policy.
  • Policy Documents: Executive Orders 12968 and 10450 and Director of Central Intelligence Directive 1/14 are the principal national-level policy documents that guide the U.S. Government personnel security program.

    The Personnel Security Committee of the U.S. Government Security Policy Board considers this program ARD a valuable tool and encourages its use by all U.S. Government agencies that make personnel security decisions. The program was developed by the Security Research Center of the Defense Security Service. It has been reviewed by DoD Public Affairs and approved for public release. This is version 99.1-html dated January 1999.

Adjudicative Guidelines
Approved by the President March 24, 1997


The Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) ic3 logo

This is for all those people who get the hoaxes.  Great links to check hoax virus and good deals.

http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/hoax.html http://hoaxbusters.ciac.org/ http://kumite.com/myths

http://www.us-cert.gov/   For proper reporting.

http://www.cert.org/   CERT 
Coordination Center      

Some good portals.IFyou are authorized.
  https://us-cert.esportals.net/ https://cybercop.esportals.com

DHS Threat Advisories, Bulletins, Memoranda (cleared for public release)

April 19, 2005 – DHS Information Bulletin – Unauthorized Peer to Peer (P2P) Programs on Government Computers (PDF, 4 pages - 50 KB) ..


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