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Safeguarding National Security, Everyone's Responsibility

Safeguarding National Security, Everyone's Responsibility

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All Navy Message 055/10 reminds the Department of the Navy personnel of "their responsibility to safeguard national security information commensurate with the level of classification assigned, until the information is declassified by the appropriate original classification authority." This message applies to all DoN military, civilian and contractor support personnel. Safeguarding national security information is important because if released it could have grave consequences.

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10/09/2010
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Defense Visual Information Distribution Service
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