United States Air Force Web Posting Response
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The United States Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment is a twelve-point plan developed by the Emerging Technology Division of the US Air Force’s Affairs Agency that illustrates how US Airmen should respond to online blogs. The plan provides in a detailed and specific way how it is that Airmen should respond to blogs. It was created to combat blog posts that have negative opinions about the U.S government and to bolster support and credibility for positive blog posts.
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- ETHERIDGE, ERIC (8 January 2009). "When to Hit the ‘Reply’ Button? Ask the Air Force". The New York Times. Retrieved 31 March 2010.
- deVilla, Joey (5 January 2009). "The Air Force’s Rules of Engagement for Blogging [Updated]". Global Nerdy. Retrieved 31 March 2010.