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Does the military have access to their accounts?
Most Soldiers will also have access to their email accounts. “The Army goes out of their way to make telephone access possible from their end to us, and email whenever possible, and they do that as quickly as possible. So communication has always been readily available.”
Can military make phone calls?
Depending on the mission and area of deployment, most Soldiers will have the ability to send and receive telephone calls, or use an Internet videophone or teleconferencing system. Most Soldiers will also have access to their email accounts.
Can Soldiers use Facebook while deployed?
The Army’s social media experts tell Soldiers not to use location-based social networking services when deployed or in classified areas; for Soldiers and families not to post specific dates or locations of deployments; and recommend setting privacy settings to ‘friends only’ on personal accounts to prevent personal