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Senior Airman Destiny Lemos, 92nd Cyberspace Operations Squadron, and Lt Col Benjamin Montgomery, 92nd COS commander, unveil the 92nd COS 75th Anniversary poster commemorating the squadron's lineage from air warfare to cyber warfare during a Dining Out ceremony May 12, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.
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Colonel Michelle Hayworth, 688th Cyberspace Wing commander, participates in the tradition of "Skulling In" during a Dining Out celebrating the 92nd Cyberspace Operations Squadron's 75th anniversary May 12, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. The tradition derives from the 92nd COS motto, "Once A Skull, Always A Skull".
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Lieutenant Col. Benjamin Montgomery, 92nd Cyberspace Operations Squadron commander, addresses the members of the mess during the 92nd COS 75th Anniversary Dining Out May 12, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. Montgomery highlighted the squadron's many accomplishments dating back 75 years and how the squadron is carrying on traditions from combat in the air to combating adversaries in cyberspace.
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Teams of cyber protection experts undergo an exercise to validate their ability to locate, defend and counter attacks targeted toward critical infrastructure, systems or platforms. Cyber Protection Teams, or CPTs, are mobile teams who travel to various locations to work on an issue or help protect a mission and the platforms associated with it.
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Lt. Col. Jarrod Norris, 836th Cyberspace Operations Squadron Commander, and Lt. Colonel Travis Howell, 833rd COS Commander, cut the ribbon for the newly-renovated Building 390 April 14 on Medina Annex, San Antonio, Texas. The new 836/833 COS headquarters is the first building in the Air Force solely dedicated to cyber mission forces. (Courtesy photo)
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Adjutants General and other key National Guard leaders listen to a briefing on the Air Force Cyber mission during the Adjutants General Cyber Symposium April 24, 2017 at Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland, Texas. Hosted by the 24th Air Force, the conference aimed to provide ANG leaders with a clear understanding of how the ANG contributes to national cyber strategy. 24th AF functionally-aligned ANG cyber units exist in 31 states.
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Staff Sgt. William Jones, 92nd Cyberspace Operations Center Mission Readiness NCO in Charge, speaks with local high school students about the 24th Air Force and its mission during the Mayor's Cyber Cup March 25, 2017, in San Antonio, Texas. During the 2016-2017 school year Jones led a team of Airmen mentoring students in the CyberPatriot program, which he describes as "the most effective volunteering I've ever done."
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Five students from Alamo Heights Army JROTC pose on stage with their mentors as well as civic and cyber industry officials as they accept awarded scholarship money from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) during the Mayor’s Cyber Cup luncheon April 6, 2017 in San Antonio, Texas. The cadets were one of the five Alamo Heights cyber teams that competed in the CyberPatriot Cyber Defense Competition, placing fourth overall in their division. Staff Sgt. William Jones (far left), 92nd Cyberspace Operations Center, led the team of Airmen that mentored the students. (Courtesy photo)
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Maj. Gen. Chris Weggeman, 24th Air Force Commander, addresses a crowd during the 24th AF Community Open House April 6 on Port San Antonio, Texas. The theme of his address was the 24th AF and how it uses BOSDEE – Build, Operate, Secure, Defend, Extend, and Engage – to accomplish its mission of providing full-spectrum, global cyberspace capabilities to the Air Force, Joint Force, and the nation.
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2nd Lt. Nathaniel Hicks, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron, and Tech. Sgt. Kayla Bilger, 624th Operations Center, speak with a guest about their units’ missions and how they fit into the overall 24th Air Force efforts during the 24th AF Community Open House April 6 at Port San Antonio, Texas. The 33rd NWS detects, prevents, and responds to cyber intrusions on the Air Force network, while the 624th OC provides command and control for the 24th Air Force.
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Members of the 5th Combat Communications Squadron speak to local community leaders during the 24th Air Force Community Open House April 6 on Port San Antonio, Texas. The 5th CCG is responsible for providing rapid deployment of communications and cyber capabilities to contested environments.
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First Lt. Eric Kenney, 390th Cyberspace Operations Center, speaks with high schoolers about the Air Force cyber mission during an information fair at the annual Mayor's Cyber Cup banquet March 25 in San Antonio, Texas. The students all competed in the Air Force Association CyberPatriot challenge, a nationwide program in which teams of students learn to harden network security and then compete to defend systems against intrusions.
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Brig. Gen. Mitchel Butikofer, 24th Air Force Vice Commander, converses with a Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps student during an information fair at the Mayor's Cyber Cup banquet March 25 in San Antonio, Texas. Over 1,000 attendees were able to learn about opportunities in fields related to science, technology, engineering and math.
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Technical Directors and Technical Advisors from across 24th Air Force convened at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, March 21-22, 2017, for the first ever 24th AF Technical Directors Summit. Hosted by the new 24th AF Technology Office, attendees shared their active projects and discussed challenges they face, potential synergies, and where duplications of effort could be eliminated in the expensive cyberspace technology development space. (courtesy photo)
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Admiral Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command; director, National Security Agency; and chief, Central Security Service, met with Airmen Feb. 17 at Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Lori A. Bultman)
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While deployed to the Middle East in 2015, Senior Airman Cameron Sowle found a lump in his neck he would later discover was stage 3 non-Hodgkin lymphoma (Courtesy Photo).
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