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From: email@example.com (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas) Date: Tue, 14 Jan 1997 18:12:47 -0800 Subject: Legitimacy of Security Manual questioned by Navy corpsman From: [Withheld] Date: Mon, 30 Dec 1996 14:33:49 -0500 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Legit of security manual... I just read the security manual, as well as the reader's response as to the validity of it. There is one possibility that both of you may have overlooked. I am a Navy Corpsman X-ray technician. My very first impression of the document while I was reading it (before I started to dismiss it as a complete phony) was that it reminded me of some department's S O P. (Standard Operating Proceedure). Quite often, (In the Navy, at least) a single department will generate an SOP for newcommers , and admin clarifications, and general bottom-line "this is the way we do things". Quite often, a department's SOP will have become quite outdated, and so someone will take the initiative to make a new or updated one, or given the task to do so. Very likely, this was just some Joe Schmoe's attempt at an SOP for their section and it may not even have gotten approved by the command. Just a thought. But if it is a REAL security manual for the base,(or even a supplement, for that matter) then I'm really glad I joined the Navy. [The security manual is found at: http://www.ufomind.com/area51/orgs/security/sec_man]
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