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Secretary of the Air Force, Honorable Heather Wilson, poses with personnel from the 38th Cyberspace Engineering and Implementation Group during the Andrews AFB Airshow, Md, 15 Sep 2017. Cyberspace Engineering Group displays mission at Joint Base Andrews Air Show
Personnel from the 38th Cyberspace Engineering and Installation Group (CEIG), Tinker AFB, Okla. displayed an Air Force Cyberspace information booth at the Joint Base Andrews Air Show, Md. 15-17 Sep 2017.  Both military and civilian personnel from the 38 CEIG interacted with an enthusiastic public of all ages to explain the Group's mission - deliver
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In an effort to test the cyber awareness of USAFE-AFAFRICA personnel, an Air Force Information Aggressor Squadron conducted a “blue on blue” spear-phishing attack Exercise against a number of specified users 16-22 July.Exercise blue-on-blue: you just received an email from an unknown email address stating you would be given a free all-inclusive
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Maj. James Crawford, 67th Cyberspace Operations Group (center left), poses with Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone, Commanding General of U.S. Army Cyber Command (left), and other winners of the 2017 AFCEA Saint Isidore Army Cyber Award at the Army Cyber Ball Aug. 19 on Fort Belvoir, Va. Crawford was the only Airman to win this award, which is given to those who make significant contributions to the promotion of the Army Cyber mission. Airman wins Army Cyber award
A service member of 24th Air Force was honored with a prestigious award at the Army Cyber Ball Aug. 19, 2017, Fort Belvoir, Va.Maj. James Crawford, an Airman of the 67th Cyberspace Operations Group currently assigned to Joint Task Force-ARES, was awarded the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association-sponsored Saint Isidore Army Cyber
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1st Lt Victoria Rathbone, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron, provides one-on-one training to a pair of Civil Air Patrol cadets during the 2017 Cyber Defense Training Academy June 11, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. More than 100 cadets attended the fourth iteration of the national CAP cyberspace training program. 24th AF hosts most successful iteration yet of annual CAP training program
More than 80 Civil Air Patrol cadets and adult members attended the 2017 Cyber Defense Training Academy June 11-17, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, setting a new participation record for the joint 24th Air Force-Civil Air Patrol program. Founded in 2014 by Majors Jacob Stauffer and Nicholas R. McLarty, the CDTA consists of four courses
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