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Master Sgt. Ireli “Eydee” Hinger, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron’s Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team operations superintendent, qualifies on the .50-caliber machine gun in an up-armored humvee during training at Fort Dix, N.J., in 2010. Hinger is a weapons specialist with expert qualifications in the M-16 rifle, M-4 carbine, M-240B machine gun and the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon. She has been submitted by Air Force Space Command as a nominee for Marie Claire’s annual issue honoring young women across various industries who have made significant contributions in their fields. (Courtesy photo) Do-it-all AFCERT SNCO shines as a cyberspace role model
Her mother forbade her from becoming a Marine ... Unlike most Airmen, Master Sgt. Ireli "Eydee" Hinger, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron's Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team operations superintendent, has earned her eagle, globe and anchor because she deployed with the Corps in Fallujah and her troops made her an honorary Marine."As far back
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Col. Kevin Wooton, 67th Network Warfare Wing commander, gives Deborah Wilson, 67th NWW Wing Plans deputy, a pin in honor of 30 years of federal service. Ms. Wilson started her career as a typist at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. (courtesy photo) 67th NWW civilian surpasses 30 years in federal service
Dedicated.That's the word Rick Martin, 67th Network Warfare Wing director of plans, uses to describe a woman who was recently recognized for surpassing 30 years of civilian federal service. "She lives for the wing," he said of Deborah Wilson, the 67th NWW XP deputy director who started out so many years ago as a GS-3 clerk typist at Randolph Air
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Members of the Dierlam family, each a colonel, pose for a photo after the youngest child, Todd, pinned on the rank of colonel.  Each of the Dierlam children attended the Air Force Academy outside Colorado Springs, Colo., and was commissioned by their father. Featured in the photo from left to right are Col. Todd Dierlam, deployed to the Transit Center at Manas, Kyrgyzstan; Col. Tish Norman, stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas; retired Col. Mark Dierlam and Col. Scott Dierlam, stationed at the Air Force Academy office in Washington, D.C. (Courtesy photo) True 'blue' family: Siblings follow in father's footsteps to rank of colonel
It is not uncommon for children to decide they want to embrace new experiences when they graduate from high school and begin forging their own path in life, facing the unknown. This was not the case for now retired Col. Mark Dierlam. Each of his three children chose to follow in his footsteps seeking a commission in the Air Force. Col. Todd Dierlam
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Maj. Gen. Richard Webber, 24th Air Force commander, speaks at the San Antonio Cyber Security Caucus Summit April 9. In one of his last public speaking engagements on active duty, he spoke to the audience about the maturing mission of 24th Air Force, and the intent to partner with academia and industry to meet U.S. Government needs in cyberspace. San Antonio is becoming a hub of cyber industry, academic research, and technology development. (Courtesy photo provided by The Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce) 24th Air Force commander retires after 36 years of service
Four decades have passed since Richard Webber left to go play football at the only division one NCAA school that would bring on a 5'8" tailback - the U.S. Air Force Academy."There were two things going on simultaneously, but one was clearly the driving factor," said Maj. Gen. "Dick" Webber, 24th Air Force commander, who retires April 29 after 36
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