The Eagle Eyes program is an Air Force anti-terrorism initiative that enlists the eyes and ears of Air Force members and citizens in the war on terror. Eagle Eyes teaches people about the typical activities terrorists engage in to plan their attacks so anyone can recognize elements of potential terror planning when they see it. The program provides a network of local, 24-hour phone numbers to call whenever a suspicious activity is observed. If you need to contact your local Eagle Eyes unit, consult your base phone book or call your base operator for the telephone number of your base's unit. Or, call toll free 1-877-246-1453 for the phone number of the unit nearest you. Personnel can also report any and all suspicious activities by emailing EagleEyes@us.af.mil or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Members and Citizens Can Participate in Anti-terror Program
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