Although I have been both active duty and reserve, my service was several years ago. What are the current rules for OPSEC with regard to those deployed to Iraq/Afghanistan? We all know that you guys are warned to watch what you are saying both in person and online. When I was active duty, the security threats were more personal, and generally involved word of mouth within the general geographic area I happened to be in. Nowadays - and especially with you folks reading this thread - the threat is global and has absolutely no physical limitations with regard to distance from the source of the OPSEC leak (i.e. YOU). So lets talk about OPSEC. What are the current rules for those on deployments? What are the consequences for breaking OPSEC? Does anyone have any current/past examples of anyone getting in trouble for OPSEC related stuff? Post up, bitches.