Evidently the US Air Force sees blogs as a threat of some kind.

Bloggers: If you suddenly find Air Force officers leaving barbed comments after one of your posts, don’t be surprised. They’re just following the service’s new “counter-blogging” flow chart. In a twelve-point plan, put together by the emerging technology division of the Air Force’s public affairs arm, airmen are given guidance on how to handle “trolls,” “ragers” — and even well-informed online writers, too.

They also have a Twitter feed for anyone who wants to know what the Air Force is doing right now.

I love the fact that one branch on their “counter-blogging” flow chart notes how to deal with posts by “unhappy customers”.

Are their “customers” those of us who pay for the bombs, or the folks on whom they drop them. :-)