Sorry, but none of that is necessary. Mission security is totally absent in that environment.
If that is what the state of our military is today, we need to bring EVERY service man home without delay.
This kind of loosey goosey communications smacks of small town police environment where there isn’t a cohesive enemy bent on killing every one of our friendly forces.
You don't have a clue of what you're talking about. Take away our communication devices (while letting the Taliban keep theirs) and you'd seriously hobble our military. Should we go back to Motorola 2-way radios the size of backpacks and guys who ran hand-scribbled messages from trench to trench (while the Taliban cell phones in our every move)? Not going to happen.
We bleed on the battlefield because our ROE makes us fight with our hands tied behind our backs, not because soldiers have Facebook accounts.
Yeah, I can’t imagine how we ever sailed around the world and killed people before the internet and cell phones..