Army News Service, Nov. Those exercises focused primarily on training units for counter-insurgency operations that were already manned by American forces stationed in established forward operating bases. When Soldiers arrive in those locations now, they replace units already established there through a "relief-in-place transfer of authority. The DATE training prepares Soldiers for day-one of a military operation, before the hard facilities have been built, the exchange service sets up shops, the fitness centers are installed, and contractors come on board to put in wireless internet in the tent cities.
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Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly known as CID, continues to warn the greater Army community and the American public, to be vigilant of internet scams and impersonation fraud, especially within popular social networking and dating websites. CID special agents frequently receive reports from around the world of various scams involving criminals pretending to be U. These scam artists often portray themselves as male U. Soldiers; then prey on the unsuspecting victim's emotions, leading to nothing more than broken promises and an empty bank account for their victims.
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Scammers are always trying to get money, goods or services out of unsuspecting people -- and military members are often targets. Here are some scams that have recently been affecting service members, Defense Department employees and their families. In April, Army Criminal Investigation Command put out a warning about romance scams in which online predators go on dating sites claiming to be deployed active-duty soldiers. It's a problem that's affecting all branches of service -- not just the Army.