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ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Chief Master Sergeant Alfred Herring, 24th Air Force command chief, discusses his role as an approachable leader to members of the 5th Combat Communications Group here July 12. Herring visited the Airmen of the 689th CCW to gain some first-hand experience of what Combat COMM brings to 24th Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robert Talenti) 24th AF command chief visits Combat COMM at Robins AFB

0 7/18
2012
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Space Command Defines its Priorities
Air Force Space Command on July 16 issued its list of space and cyberspacepriorities. In addition to the command's 15 prioritized space capabilities,the command's nine prioritized cyberspace capabilities are:1. Proactive defense2. Defensive counter-cyberspace (recon/counter-recon)3. Cyberspace ISR and situational awareness4. Persistent network
0 7/17
2012
Default Air Force Logo Congrats to our Cyber Warriors!
Congrats to our Cyber Warriors!24th Air Force is proud to announce our Quarterly Award winners for thesecond quarter. Airman of the Quarter - Airman 1st Class Michael Bauer, 624th OperationsCenterNoncommissioned Officer of the Quarter - Tech. Sgt. Bryan Munday, 624thOperations CenterSenior Enlisted Member of the Quarter - Master Sgt. Laura
0 7/10
2012
The 'cyber gunslingers' of the Air Force's premier cyber unit
and winner of the Omaha Trophy, U.S. Strategic Command's award for Best
Global Operations, the 67th Network Warfare Wing, participated in the time
honored military tradition of formally passing the command flag. Col. Kevin
Wooten relinquished wing command to Col. William Poirier, as Maj. Gen.
Suzanne Vautrinot, 24th Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony in
historic Hangar 1610 at Kelly Field. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott McNabb)

Air Force's premiere tactical cyber wing gets new commander
The 'cyber gunslingers' of the Air Force's premier cyber unit and winner of the Omaha Trophy, U.S. Strategic Command's award for Best Global Operations, the 67th Network Warfare Wing, participated in the time honored military tradition of formally passing the command flag. Col. Kevin Wooton relinquished wing command to Col. William Poirier, as Maj.
0 7/10
2012
Default Air Force Logo 24th Air Force garners one of AFA's top awards
"Scientists discover the world that exists; engineers create the world that never was." By Theodore von KarmanAir Force Association has selected two Air Force Space Command organizations to receive the 2012 Theodore Von Karman Award for outstanding contribution to national defense in the field of aerospace science and engineering: 24th Air Force,
0 7/09
2012
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Christopher LaFrance, 78th Air Base Wing exercise evaluation team chief, briefs member of the 52nd Combat Communications Squadron on what to expect during the ability to operate and survive (ATSO) exercise here June 25-27. More than 70 members of the 52nd CBCS participated in ATSO training in preparation for the units upcoming operational readiness inspection. The three-day exercise included classroom and field training with a concentration on self-aid and buddy care, chemical warfare and law of armed conflict. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robert Talenti) 52nd CBCS practices ATSO skills

0 7/03
2012
ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Senior Airman Madjassah Moussa, a 51st Combat Communications Squadron heating, ventilation and air conditioning technician, marshals the movement of a pallet to a flatbed truck here June 28. The 51st CCS is postured and on-call with nearly 123,000 pounds of communications equipment to support wildfire operations in Colorado. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robert Talenti) 51st CBCS ready at a moment's notice
When the call comes, the 5th Combat Communications Group at Robins stand ready to get the job done.Members of the 51st Combat Communications Squadron received word June 27 their assistance may have been needed with wildfire relief efforts in Colorado Springs, Colo. Within 24 hours, the 51st CBCS had packed five flatbed tractor trailers filled with
0 7/03
2012
The 24th Air Force would like to welcome Col. David S. Babyak, the new 24th Air Force A5/6 Requirements, Policy and Communications director. Babyak last served as the 3rd Combat Communications Group commander where he was responsible for training, operations, maintenance, and engineering in five subordinate squadrons, a $7 million budget, over $206 million of equipment and 710 personnel. "I am looking forward to working with the fantastic people of 24th Air Force and being part of this outstanding mission," he said. Welcome aboard Colonel! 24th AF welcomes new A5/6 director

0 6/28
2012
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas -- Col Eric Bee, 24th Air Force Staff Judge Advocate, and Senior Master Sgt Jeff Julig, 24th Air Force Legal Office superintendent, brief members of 24th Air Force on cyber legal issues. Bee stressed the importance to Air Force leadership of raising awareness on cyber law. "Senior cyber leaders will have to make decisions within challenging legal and policy constraints in their future jobs... it's important for them to be familiar with these issues," he said. The Air Force's Cyber legal team provided the majority of the planning and instruction for the Cyber Law Basic Course, taught at Maxwell AFB, as well as developing substantial blocks of legal instruction for the Cyber 200 and 300 courses at the Air Force Institute of Technology Center for Cyberspace Research. Additionally, the AFCYBER legal team leverages other JAGs in the field to teach cyber blocks of instruction. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott McNabb) 24th AF legal team raising awareness on cyber law

0 6/27
2012
Master Sgt. H. Mylo Gibson, II, 51st Combat Communications Squadron, is this year's Air Force First Sergeant of the Year. (U. S. Air Force photo) Combat COMM 'shirt' named Air Force first sergeant of the year
Master Sgt. H. Mylo Gibson II, 51st Combat Communications Squadron first sergeant, was named the Air Force First Sergeant of the Year during a ceremony June 19.Gibson has more than 20 years in the Air Force and he spent the last two as a first sergeant. Air Force first sergeants are the liaison between members of a squadron and its commander. They
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2012
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