What not to post in your Recruiting efforts http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article129895544.html
The article makes it sound like the guy works for CAP which obviously is not the case. Another good reason not to list "Squadron Commander of Awesome Composite Squadron" as your job on Facebook.
Okay, so I get the "be professional, watch what you post" stuff. Aside from that....But I'm a bit confused here: Was this on a unit page as the unit, a comment made on a unit page, a post by the Commander on his own Facebook news feed, or a comment on someone else's account? I don't see how she was directly threatened (it doesn't seem like they messaged her personally). That doesn't excuse it, but this seems to be a bit inaccurate as to how it's being presented.
And this is why I don't associate with CAP on my social media...
Quote from: Майор Хаткевич on February 02, 2017, 03:53:36 PMAnd this is why I don't associate with CAP on my social media...You think you don't, but Google disagrees. The first search brought up more linkage then you could scrub in a lifetime - just the nature of being an active member.Same goes for the gent in question, open-source connectivity all over the web. He didn't need to post under anything official for the media or the Rep's office to put those two things together.That's the problem - it's not just your social marketing media platform use, it's everyone else.