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Credit Cards. Credit cards can provide your name to someone through the receipts or the discarded carbon copy. Your best bet is to use cask. If you must use your credit card, ask for the carbon copy. Do not flash your credit cards around to impress people. You might impress the wrong person.
Checks. Keep the information printed on the front of your checks to a minimum. Provide the same security for your checkbook as you do for your wallet.
Receipts. When you send out laundry from a hotel, receipts will provide your name and room number. Consider using a nickname or an assumed name.
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Name Plates. Do not use name plates. They make it very easy to find you in an office or to find your office if placed on a door. Business associates will usually not mind this inconvenience.
Office Correspondence. Discarded leave requests, memos, etc., can all provide valuable information. Destroy them when no longer needed.
MCRP 3-02E Terrorism
The Individual's Guide for Understanding and Surviving
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Luggage. Names, identification tags, stenciling, and decals of place of origin on you luggage will help identify you. All the terrorist has to do is wait and see who picks up the luggage and then follow you. Do not have any identification or anything that will identify you as an American.
19 Letter Bombs
20 Consider any suspicious-looking mail (letter or package) a bomb. Do not shake or submerge in 21 water! Contact the military police or other appropriate authorities and let them investigate. Most 22 letter bombs have unique characteristics. Examine the mail for suspicious features like:
It is from a stranger or an unknown place?
Is the return address missing?
Is there an excessive amount of postage?
Is the size excessive or unusual?
Are there external wires or strings that go inside?
Is the spelling correct?
Are the return address and the place of the postmark the same?
Does the handwriting appear to be foreign?