Monday, July 23, 2018
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 18, 2018

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BadgeThe U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s Computer Crime Investigative Unit, CCIU, is warning the Army community to be on the lookout for the “Virtual Kidnapping” hoax.

The scam occurs when an unsuspecting person gets a call and the caller immediately says, “I’ve kidnapped your kid. Send money or the kid dies,” or some similar version.

Although this is not a new scam, it recently happened to a member of the Army family. It was quickly confirmed to be a scam, because the victim called their child’s school and confirmed the child was safe in class.

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RSO

The Fort Belvoir Chapel Community has the following Fiscal Year 19 chapel contract positions. These NAF contracts are paid for by the Chapel Tithes and Offering Fund, to work from October through September 2019.

Bid sheets are available through July at the Belvoir Chapel administrative office, 5950 12th Street. Completed, sealed packages can be submitted to a box at the office.

Available positions are listed on the next page.

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Heat

Working in an excessively hot environment can be difficult – and even fatal. Heat can create a number of safety problems and illnesses, including heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke, which can be fatal.

Heat can also cause you to become inattentive, dizzy, and slow. Mild cases can be treated by moving the person to a cool area and supplying water to drink.

Every summer many areas undergo periods of hot weather. Remind employees to look out for the signs of heat illness. A heat stroke is a life-threatening condition that calls for immediate medical help. Make sure you know how to avoid heat illness on and off the job.

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