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ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Airman 1st Class Gregory Arrington, a 51st Combat Communications Squadron cyber transport systems apprentice, scans a tree line for opposing forces during a training patrol here Nov. 10. The 5th Combat Communications Group Combat Readiness School here provides a three-week field course designed to mold trainees into combat communicators. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton) Airmen gain valuable skills at Combat Readiness School

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Staff Sgt. Ivan Guerrero and Senior Airman Justin Rae, both 85th Engineering
Installation Squadron cable antenna craftsmen, clean out a trough to install
conduit at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss., June 10. The 85th EIS received
the Air Force Space Command Safety Special Achievement Award Nov. 11. Four
Airmen attached to 24th Air Force also won command-level safety awards for
their efforts. (Courtesy photo)
24th Air Force unit, Airmen garner safety awards
Air Force Space Command named its annual safety award recipients Nov. 11, and 24th Air Force brought home some trophies.One Air Forces Cyber unit and four members earned recognition for outstanding contributions to mishap prevention. The 85th Engineering Installation Squadron, 688th Information Operations Wing, won the AFSPC Safety Special
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LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Maj. Gen. Suzanne Vautrinot, 24th Air Force commander, and Congressman Jim Langevin chat during a working lunch here Nov. 9. Vautrinot, and Col. Kevin Wooton, 67th Network Warfare Wing briefed the congressman about the missions and responsibilities of their units. Langevin, from Rhode Island, serves on the House Armed Services Committee as is the ranking member of the Emerging Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee. Langevin said securing our nation's technology infrastructure against cyber attack is a top priority. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Cynthia East) Congressman Langevin visits 24th Air Force

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Chief Master Sergeant, CMSgt Stripes (Metallic).  Insignia provided by ITC(SW) MIke Purcell. Three cyber Airmen promoted to chief master sergeant
The Air Force selected three senior master sergeants assigned to units within 24th Air Force for promotion to chief master sergeant Nov. 3. Those senior master sergeants chosen were Jeffrey Julig, 24th AF; Rodney Glover, 83rd Network Operations Squadron, Det. 4; and Edward Slacum, 352nd Network Warfare Squadron, Det. 1."Once each year, our Air
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2011
Alan Paller, SANS Institute director of research, announces the award of the National Cybersecurity Innovation Award to the 39th Information Operations Squadron during the National Cybersecurity Innovation Conference in Washington, D.C., Oct. 21. Receiving the award is Lt. Col. Brian Denman, 39th IOS commander, and Skip Runyan, 39th IOS technical advisor, joined by Howard Schmidt, White House Cyber Coordinator. 39th IOS honored with Cybersecurity award
The 688th Information Operations Wing's 39th Information Operations Squadron members were honored with a 2011 U.S. National Cybersecurity Innovation Award during a ceremony here Oct. 21. The award, presented by officials from the SANS Institute at the 2011 National Cybersecurity Conference, recognizes innovations undertaken by civilian companies
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2011
Staff Sgt. Stephen Herron reviews his Bronze Star medal and citation in the 52nd Combat Communications Squadron front office. Herron was presented the medal at a 689th Combat Communications Wing field commander's call, Oct. 31. Herron received the award for his efforts during his seven month deployment in support of forward deployed EOD teams. (U.S. Air Force photo/Robert A. Talenti) Combat Comm Airman receives Bronze Star medal for Afghanistan service
Staff Sgt. Stephen J. Herron was presented a Bronze Star medal for his actions during a recent deployment to Afghanistan, Oct. 31.Colonel Joseph Scherrer, 689th Combat Communications Wing commander, presented the medal at a commander's call at Robins AFB's south training area.Herron was deployed for seven months as the communications
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Master Sgt. Shannon Herring, 5th Combat Communications Group, prepares to test the grounding rods installed for a tactical communications satellite terminal Oct. 7, 2011, at Sather Air Base, Iraq. The tactical communications network is being set up for Airmen currently on the ground as the U.S. military continues preparation for the scheduled withdrawal. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Mike Meares) Combat communications Airmen bridge Iraq transition gap
Combat communication Airmen rarely deploy to a location with air conditioned living quarters, running water and a fully operational communications network -- this is not a normal deployment.A 35-man team of communications Airmen, deployed from the 5th Combat Communications Group, at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., are here supporting the transition of
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Tech. Sgt. Turvon Casey, 5th Combat Communications Group, drives a trencher to install grounding rods for a tactical communications satellite terminal Oct. 3, 2011, at Sather Air Base, Iraq. The tactical communications network is being set up for Airmen currently on the ground as the U.S. military continues preparation for the scheduled transition. Casey is deployed from Robins Air Force Base, Ga., and calls Detroit home. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Mike Meares) Advanced tactical communications team prepares for Iraq transition

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Lieutenant Col. Bernard Cruz, 24th Air Force deputy director of plans, policy and requirements, greets Army Gen. Keith Alexander, U.S. Cyber Command commander, during the general's visit to 24th Air Force Oct. 18. Alexander spend much of the day with 24th Air Force and its subordinate units at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to share key insights, highlight ongoing challenges and lay out his vision for where the nation's cyber missions are headed. The general also recognized nine top Air Force cyberspace operators during his visit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christine D. Millette) USCYBERCOM commander visits 24th Air Force
The commander of U.S. Cyber Command visited 24th Air Force and some of its subordinate units at Lackland AFB, Texas, Oct. 18.Army Gen. Keith Alexander, USCYBERCOM commander, spent time with 24th Air Force leadership, the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team, the 90th Information Operations Squadron, and the 91st IOS, and while there presented
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A Patriot Guard motorcycle rider shakes hands with Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, personnel as all stand by to take part in and stand in honor of the motorcade for fallen Marine Lance Cpl. Benjamin Schmidt, of San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 12. Schmidt, 24, died in combat Oct. 6 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. More than 200 Lackland personnel lined the sidewalks to honor their fellow serviceman. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott McNabb) Lackland Airmen honor fallen Marine

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