Keeping military service members safe no matter where they are in the world can be a challenge. In or out of uniform, there are threats to military personnel who live and work outside the U.S. Some of those threats can impact the families of service members as well.
Force protection or security may be present to offer an additional layer of safety for military members, but there are often situations where you as a member of a military family will need to rely on personal measures that you take. While military families with children are unlikely to be located in war zones or dangerous areas, the threat of terrorism and violence against the U.S. military community is present anywhere in the world.
To that end, you must teach your children personal force protection skills to keep them safe outside of their home and immediate military community. Here are some things your kids can do to avoid standing out as a U.S. military dependent when living in other countries.
Be sure to listen to the recommendations of any force protection officials assigned to work with you and your family, and never try to avoid their security measures. It's the best way to keep yourself and your family, including your children, safe in another country. For more information, visit security websites like http://www.ssnwhq.com.Share
30 June 2016
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