24AF hosts Community Open House
By 1st Lt Lauren Woods, 24th Air Force Public Affairs, 24th Air Force / Published April 11, 2017
11 April 2017 --
The 24th Air Force opened its doors to the community April 6 on Port San Antonio, Texas, showcasing to local civic and industry leaders the great work its Airmen accomplish daily.
The event, which drew a crowd of over 60 local leaders, began with a welcome and mission presentation from Maj. Gen. Chris Weggeman, 24th AF commander. His remarks were followed by comments from Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff.
After the presentation guests were free to mingle and speak with Airmen of the 24th AF and its sub-units, who were on hand to share their experiences.
The theme of the presentation was the 24th AF “BOSDEE” lines of effort. BOSDEE, an abbreviation for “build, operate, secure, defend, extend, and engage,” details the six ways the 24th AF manipulates cyberspace to ensure mission success for the Air Force.