DENVER’S PMEL ACTIVITIES
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Last Updated: 10/13/2017  07:02

PMEL LOCATOR

The 1998 version of  PMEL.ORG contained a Locator page  for PMEL individuals who’d provided their information to be posted on the page to share with others. The information was freely available for all to see, including data mining applications which had evolved with the intentions of scouring the web for eMail addresses and other contact information. This upgrade to PMEL.ORG removed the Locator page from the public domain. For privacy concerns the Locator page is now available from a secured location requiring login credentials by one wishing to have access to the page. Submitting the “PMEL Locator Access Credentials” form will enable two events: 1) It provides contact information to which we can send login credentials. Note: you must provide as a minimum your name, Branch of service, Years in PMEL, Last Active Duty Assignment, and your eMail address so that we can forward credentials to you;  and 2) optionally you can request to either have your contact information displayed on the Locator page, or not. Your contact info will NOT be shared unless you provide directions for us to do so on the form. BE SURE TO INDICATE YOUR PREFERENCE BY SELECTING EITHER “NO” (DEFAULT) OR “YES” NEAR THE BOTTOM OF THE FORM “Add Contact Data to Locator File.” Once you receive credentials, visit the following Locator Presentations: PMEL LOCATOR: Sorted by Last Name/First Name    PMEL LOCATOR: Sorted by State/City/ZIP/Last Name/First Name where you can then either just view…or download…the Locator file in PDF format. We ask that you don’t share this file with others, and that you delete the email received containing the login credentials to prevent its capture and use by nefarious entities! Thank you.
PMEL.ORG
PMEL.ORG
“Illegitimi Non Carborundum”
PMEL.ORG

PMEL LOCATOR

The   1998   version   of      PMEL.ORG       contained   a   Locator   page      for PMEL   individuals   who’d   provided   their   information   to   be   posted on   the   page   to   share   with   others.   The   information   was   freely available    for    all    to    see,    including    data    mining    applications which   had   evolved   with   the   intentions   of   scouring   the   web   for eMail   addresses   and   other   contact   information.   This   upgrade   to PMEL.ORG    removed   the   Locator   page   from   the   public   domain. For   privacy   concerns   the   Locator   page   is   now   available   from   a secured   location   requiring   login   credentials   by   one   wishing   to have access to the page.   Submitting the “PMEL Locator Access Credentials” form will enable two events: 1) It provides contact information to which we can send login credentials. Note: you must provide as a minimum your name, Branch of service, Years in PMEL, Last Active Duty Assignment, and your eMail address so that we can forward credentials to you;  and 2) optionally you can request to either have your contact information displayed on the Locator page, or not. Your contact info will NOT be shared unless you provide directions for us to do so on the form. BE SURE TO INDICATE YOUR PREFERENCE BY SELECTING EITHER “NO” (DEFAULT) OR “YES” NEAR THE BOTTOM OF THE FORM “Add Contact Data to Locator File.” Once you receive credentials, visit the following Locator Presentations: PMEL LOCATOR: Sorted by Last Name/First Name    PMEL LOCATOR: Sorted by State/ZIP/Last Name/First Name where    you    can    then    either    just    view…or    download…the Locator   file   in   PDF   format.   We   ask   that   you   don’t   share   this file   with   others,   and   that   you   delete   the   email   received with   the   login   credentials   to   prevent   its   capture   and   use   by nefarious entities! Thank you.
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