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Capt. Katherine Lawall, 390th Cyber Operations Squadron, answers questions posed by local high school students during a “Hackers Panel” Dec. 9, 2017
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Maj. Barret Darnell, 315th Cyber Operations Squadron, checks out techniques used by the Hack the Air Force 2.0 participants Dec. 9, 2017.
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Maj. Barret Darnell, 315th Cyber Operations Squadron, assists local high school students with some “Hacking 101” challenges
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1st Lt. Stephen Baker, 352nd Cyber Operations Squadron, watches as one of the Hack the Air Force 2.0 participants attempts to breach the security on a .mil website Dec. 9, 2017.
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Lt. Col. Angela Waters, 39th Information Operations Squadron commander, addresses the assembled crowd during the Cyber Training Campus groundbreaking ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Fla., Aug. 10, 2017. Once completed in fiscal year 2018, the CTC will double the 39th IOS’ current capacity to produce operators for U.S. Cyber Command’s cyber mission force and Air Force cyber weapons systems
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U.S. Air Force leaders within the combat communications community and Georgia Air National Guard cut the ribbon during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new field training unit at the Savannah Air National Guard Base, Savannah, Ga., Nov. 28, 2017. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Amber Williams)
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Retired Col. Michael Harasimowicz receives a miniature “demon chaser” from Lt. Col Christopher Robinson, 91st Cyberspace Operations Squadron commander, as a token of appreciation for his speech at the 91st COS centennial dinner in San Antonio, Oct. 28, 2017. The squadron is known as demon chasers, a moniker dating back to World War I. (Courtesy photo)
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First Lt. Kristin Hood and Michael Ricondo, 91st Cyberspace Operations Squadron, enjoy the evening at the 91st COS centennial dinner in San Antonio, Oct. 28, 2017. Members of the 91st COS gathered during a formal dining out event to celebrate the squadron’s anniversary, and enjoy fine food and company. (Courtesy photo)
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Retired Col. Michael Harasimowicz deliver his speech during the 91st Cyberspace Operations Squadron centennial celebration in San Antonio, Oct. 28, 2017. Members of the 91st COS gathered during a formal dining out event to celebrate the squadron’s anniversary, and enjoy fine food and company. (Courtesy photo)
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Lt. Col. Christopher Robinson, 91st Cyberspace Operations Squadron commander, Alyssa Correia, and John Reynolds III participate in the formal cutting of the cake during the 91st COS centennial dinner in San Antonio, Oct. 28, 2017. Reynolds is a surviving descendant of the 91st COS’ founding commander, Col. John Reynolds. (Courtesy photo)
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Members of the 26th Network Operations Squadron perform maintenance on an Air Force gateway server Nov. 2, 2017, at Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex, Alabama. While the migration to the Joint Regional Security Stacks will transition ownership of security architecture from the Air Force to Defense Information Systems Agency, the 26th NOS will retain operational control of traffic flow for Air Force networks. (U.S. Courtesy photo)
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Staff Sgt. Skyler Hart, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron quality assurance, loads equipment into a cargo container for a deployment to aid Puerto Rico at the 85th EIS Vehicle Operations building on Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s land mobile radio communications infrastructure for first responders are in dire need of repair and the 85th EIS were requested by name to help get it back up and running. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Travis Beihl)
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Members of the Hammer Adaptive Communications Element (ACE), 51st Combat Communications Squadron, 5th Combat Communication Group, participate in search and recovery efforts in response to a downed U.S. Navy aircraft incident Sept. 29 outside Tellico Plains, Tennessee. The efforts, which are currently ongoing in the Cherokee National Forest area, support both the recovery teams and the search for aircraft pieces needed by the Navy Aircraft Safety Investigation Board for the ongoing crash investigation. (courtesy photo)
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Members of the Hammer Adaptive Communications Element (ACE), 51st Combat Communications Squadron, 5th Combat Communication Group, deploy communications equipment necessary for search and recovery efforts in response to a downed U.S. Navy aircraft incident Sept. 29 outside Tellico Plains, Tennessee. Hammer ACE is enabling radio communications and unclassified networks necessary for the efforts. (courtesy photo)
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Members of the Hammer Adaptive Communications Element (ACE), 51st Combat Communications Squadron, 5th Combat Communication Group, unload and prepare gear needed for search and recovery efforts in response to a downed U.S. Navy aircraft incident Sept. 29 outside Tellico Plains, Tennessee. HACE is a special purpose communications package, or Unit Type Code (equipment, personnel, and mission capabilities), that provides emergency initial Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4 capabilities) for incident response and consequence management. (courtesy photo)
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Chief of Staff of the Air Force, General David Goldfein, poses with personnel from the 38th Cyberspace Engineering and Implementation Group during the Andrews AFB Airshow, Md, 15 Sep 2017.
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