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Protecting Personal Identification Information is a key topic in the United States Air Force Reserve every fiscal year. PII can be anything such as social security numbers, passwords, or other personal information, and these items cannot be sent to a distribution, group or address. To protect any PII, you must first encrypt your email, type FOUO at the front of the subject line, and include a Privacy Act Statement at the beginning of the email. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Justyne Obeldobel)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Justyne Obeldobel
VIRIN: 140112-F-LR440-015.JPG
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