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06/02/2021

How do I contact the Secretary of Defense?

How do I contact the Secretary of Defense?

Office of the Secretary, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301–1155 Phone, 703–545–6700. Internet, www.defenselink.mil.

Can you email the secretary of defense?

Contacts. News media representatives with questions for the Department of Defense may reach the DOD Press Office by calling +1 (703) 697-5131 or by sending e-mail to [email protected]

How do I contact General Milley?

Agency Details

  1. Website: Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  2. Contact: Contact the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  3. Phone Number: 1-703-545-6700.

How do I email the military?

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  1. Please email your questions and feedback to: [email protected]
  2. To submit a commentary or op-ed for consideration email: [email protected]
  3. For press or media inquiries please email us at: [email protected]

What does 99 mean in an email?

99 means “Parent Stopped Watching (see also 9)”.

Can you contact the military?

By phone at 1-877-272-7337. Through an online request (You’ll first need to create an account.) Using its Hero Care app on your mobile device.

How do you address a major in an email?

The correct way to address a Major named Mr. Garelick is “Major Garelick”, or written as MAJ Garelick. In formal situations, a Major should always be addressed by their full rank.

Do you call a major sir?

Referring to an officer as “Captain”, “Major”, or “Colonel” is not correct. The correct term when speaking to an officer without using his/her last name is “Sir” or “Ma’am”.

How do I address a major general?

What is the proper way to address a Major General? The correct way to address a Major General named Mr. Garelick is “General Garelick”, or written as MG Garelick. In formal situations, a Major General should always be addressed by their full rank.

What is a one-star general called?

brigadier general

What is a four star general called?

full general

How do you address a female general?

All US armed forces — Female warrant officers are formally addressed as ma’am or Ms. and her last name or by her rank and last name. Army warrants are informally addressed as “Chief” (even WO1’s who technically aren’t chiefs yet.)

Is it OK to call a woman sir?

“Despite its use in many fictional works, [“Sir”] is not a term used for female superiors, who are addressed as ‘ma’am'” Also, while I haven’t been in the armed forces, myself, most of what I’ve read and heard anecdotally is that women are referred to as “Ma’am” or their rank.