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Accountability and submit a myservices request

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accountability and submit a myServices request (Technology Support > Phone/Portable Devices) to generate an assessment of radio connectivity at your residence. Tips for radio check procedures and clarity: All standard issued radios should monitor channel 1 with the volume adjusted to medium/high and placed in Silent Mode (push the orange button on top of your radio). All EAC radios should remain on channel 5 with the volume adjusted to medium/high. To speak, position your radio 3 - 4 inches from your mouth. Engage the Press to Talk button and wait 1 - 2 seconds or when the red transmission indicator light on top of your radio is lit, begin your transmission. Speak clearly, enunciate your words, and do not rush your message. Upon completion of your message, disengage the Press to Talk button to end your transmission. If you hear another employee conducting a radio check, wait for Pride Rock to acknowledge receipt of the radio check before you begin. If you cannot reach Pride Rock, contact Post, 1 and if the problem persists submit a myServices request to Information Technologies. It is also suggested that every member of household know how to use the radio, even children (but make sure that they are supervised by an adult, are old enough to enunciate clearly and be understood by the Marines). RSO SharePoint site:
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11 FLO WEEKLY Call FLO at (800) 440 - 0397 or (202) 647 - 1076 / Subscribe to FLO Weekly at eepurl.com/6iYlr June 4, 2018 FLO Weekly Newsletter [email protected] FB.me/Family Liaison Office 40 Years of Making a World of Difference FSJ Article: The Vocational Education Option Does the vocational - technical path make sense for your student? Read, The Vocational Education Option: A Student s Search for Meaning in Today s Economy , by FLO s Education and Youth Officer Marybeth Hunter in this month s Foreign Service Journal (FSJ). Learn about the benefits of vocational education, read about other families experiences, and explore available resources. Check out the rest of the June Education Supplement for a Foreign Service student guide to creating a college list, what to look for in a college search, and more. Contact FLO s Education and Youth team at [email protected] with your education - related questions and go to to learn more about our resources and services. Deciding Where to Have Your Baby? The Department of State s Bureau of Human Resources comprehensive Pregnancy Guide for direct hire federal employees and family members serving overseas has information on payment of medical expenses, types of leave, obtaining a diplomatic passport and visa for the child, allowances and per diem, and other topics related to an obstetrical medevac. Learn more on FLO s Pregnancy and Adoption webpage .
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