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Default Air Force Logo 690th ISS earns top honors in GC network operations competition
In their first Air Force Space Command Guardian Challenge competition, the 690th Intelligence Support Squadron, Lackland AFB, emerged victorious, earning high marks for demonstrating their proficiency and expertise to support their mission area- Air Force network operations. The 561st Network Operations Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. came
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2010
Chief Master Sgt. Darryl Morris, 67th Network Warfare Wing, command chief, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas; Col. Bradford Shwedo, 67th NWW commander; Col. Stephen Whiting, 21st Space Wing commander, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo.; and  Chief Master Sgt. Robert Sealey 21st SW command chief met April 19 to tour the 67th NWW and talk with Airmen from the unit. 
Colonel Whiting and Chief Sealy hosted Colonel Shwedo and Chief Morris in a
similar visit to Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. April 9 to tour the 21st SW
and discuss ongoing integration of space and cyber. With the newly-formed
24th Air Force participating in Guardian Challenge for the first time, the
21st SW and 67th NWW have been paired as sister wings. (US Air Force photo)
21st SW visits 67th NWW

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2010
Airman 1st Class Jeffrey Farmer, 51st Combat Communications Squadron, Robins Air Force Base, Ga., explains to Maj. Gen. Frank Casserino, mobilization assistance to the AF Space Command commander, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., the extra benefits of having a Global Broadcast Service receive suite, such as being able to boost morale during deployments by being able pull ESPN and other TV feeds, during his visit April 30. (US Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Joel Cooke) 5th MOB hosts Maj. Gen. Casserino

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2010
Col.  Jose Rivera,  5th Combat Communications Group commander, Robins Air Force Base, Ga.  points out one of the 5th MOB's various pieces of deployable equipment to Lt. Gen. Christopher Miller, deputy chief of staff for Strategic Plans and Programs, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.,  during the general's visit to the 5th CCG April 27. (US Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Joel Cooke) Lt. Gen. Miller visits 5th MOB

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2010
Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group Combat Challenge Team, Robins Air Force Base, Ga. participate in the filming of "The Footlocker," a short film by Julie Gerisch that will premier in July at the 8th Air Force Historical Society Reunion in Tucson, Ariz. (US Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Robert Talenti) 5th MOB Combat Challenge Team goes Hollywood
Members of the 5th Combat Communications Group Combat Challenge team were recently asked to be actors in the closing scene of a new short film, "The Footlocker" by Julie Gerisch. "I was amazed by the amount of support extended by the US Air Force in the production of "The Footlocker," said Ms. Gerisch. "I am most proud of the involvement of the
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2010
LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas - Senior Airman Lewis Caturia, (left) Electronic Systems Security Assessment senior analyst, works with Senior Airman Todd Carter, ESSA analyst, both of the 68th Network Warfare Squadron here, in conducting cyberspace problem-solving, part of the Air Force Space Command Guardian Challenge 2010. This year is the first that cyber operations are incorporated as part of the biennial AFSPC competition, aimed at building espirit de corps and sharpening operational skills. Airman Caturia's proven skills as a senior analyst and in-depth knowledge of his career field made him the best fit to lead his squadron to victory against other cyber operations teams. Senior Airman embodies the spirit of the 67th NWW Gunslinger
Whether he's conducting cyber operations or demonstrating his knowledge as he progresses in his career, this Airman personifies the cyber warrior ethos.Senior Airman Lewis Caturia, a senior analyst of the 68th Network Warfare Squadron, drives the Electronic Systems Security Assessment mission for the 67th Network Warfare Wing. Considered by his
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2010
The guidlines for wear of the new Cyberspace Badge for officers are released. New Air Force Cyberspace badge guidelines released
Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff, recently approved the new Cyberspace Badge and associated wear criteria. In his Apr. 21 memorandum, Gen. Schwartz, set forth guidelines and addressed standard eligibility requirements for officers working in the cyberspace domain. Eligibility criteria for enlisted personnel are slated for release
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2010
Default Air Force Logo U.S. Air Force-wide Social Media access begins
The Air Force begins a two-week phased opening of access to social media sites Air Force-wide today. Pacific Air Forces bases gained access to social media sites earlier this month, serving as the test-bed prior to the Air Force-wide initiative.Air Force Space Command, Air Education and Training Command and Air Mobility Command bases will begin
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2010
LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. - (left to right) Technical Sgt. Suzie Drake, non-commissioned officer in charge of network training, Senior Airman Rocco Mazzei, technician, directory service migrations, and Senior Airman Stanley Parret, remedy admistrator, all of the 83rd Network Operations Squadron, review the SPIN-1 in preparation for a competency exam. The three Airmen are cyber operators competing in the squadron's inaugural performance within Air Force Space Command's biennial Guardian Challenge. The traditionally space operations-centric competition is incorporating cyberspace operations for the first time in 2010. Mission focused training - a recipe for success
The culminating events for Guardian Challenge 2010 are fast approaching and the Network Operations community is geared up for this high-tech biennial competition.Units are searching among the ranks to find the best of the best Air Force Network cyber operators that will give them the greatest chance for success at this year's event. As the
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2010
Members of the 33rd Combat Communications Squadron, Airfield Systems Flight. Tinker Air Force Base, Okla, stake down their tree in celebration of Arbor Day recently.  Pictured from left to right are:  Staff Sgt. Christopher Huckins, Senior Airman Sara Tallman, Tec. Sgt. Robert Gozum, Airman 1st Class Joel Gregory, Tech. Sgt. Alfredo Ceniceros, and Staff Sgt Ray Quiosay. (US Air Force photo by Airman Jasper DeGuzman) 33rd CBCS plants trees in honor of Arbor Day
National Arbor Day is traditionally celebrated on the last Friday in April, though Oklahoma takes the holiday one step further celebrating with a full Arbor Weel held March 21-27. Festivities include planting trees, and the 33rd Combat Communications Squadron from Tinker Air Force Base was no exception. In fact, the 33rd CBCS planted four trees to
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