(Feel free to submit anything appropriate, in any manner; if there is a problem, I'll let you know.)
Source: Aerograph February 2017
words of caution: when you receive an email: don’t just look at the sender’s
name, also look at their email address, which is usually enclosed in ‘< >’
marks. If the email address looks unfamiliar or
unusual NEVER open any
attachments or click any links included in the email.
Although it is a “pain”, another wise
Internet policy is to change passwords routinely. If you write them down, which
I as one who has “occasional senior moments” must do, store passwords in a
Just a reminder, the NWSA now has its own
Facebook page and a Twitter account, courtesy of Cap Casperson. You can access both of these features from
the NWSA website’s homepage, http://www.navalweather.org/, by clicking on the
Facebook or Twitter icons. Also, on the NWSA homepage, there is now a blog
where you can leave constructive comments and suggestions. Click the link
“--BLOG HERE—“ on the homepage and a blog window will open where you enter your
name, email address and comment.
The cut-off date will be Monday, 24 April 2017 for the May issue of The Aerograph.
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