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67th Network Warfare Wing Cyber wing soars across Air Force Space Command
With rapid-fire consistency, the 67th Network Warfare Wing has exceeded mission standards and demonstrated superlative achievements, leading the Air Force to recognize the wing with three well-deserved and revered accolades.Most notably, the wing demonstrated excellence as the recipient of Air Force Space Command's coveted General Thomas S.
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Default Air Force Logo 24th AF 101 CDoS Campaign: Safe 'n Sound, All year Round
The 24th Air Force will start its annual 15-week 101 Critical Days of Summer campaign May 24. As the volume of vehicles on roadways increases during the summer months, so does the risk of mishaps, injuries and deaths. By practicing traffic safety regularly, Airmen not only protect themselves and loved ones but also others on the road. This year's
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The 24th Air Force held a Ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by an Open House, April 30, marking the official opening of new facilities for Air Force cyber warriors, located on Port San Antonio.  Maj. Gen. Suzanne Vautrinot, 24th Air Force commander, presided over the event, welcoming visitors to tour the facility.  Approximately 500 guests, ranging from civic leaders to members' families, toured the high-tech facility, normally off-limits to both the public and most base personnel.  Eighteen spokespersons located throughout the facility informed visitors about the many facets of the Air Force cyber mission. New facility means stronger defense for Air Force cyber networks
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO - LACKLAND, Texas - Maj. Gen. Suzanne Vautrinot, 24th Air Force and Air Forces Cyber commander, joined Wayne Alexander, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Port Authority of San Antonio, and Airman 1st Class Jonathon Troup, the Numbered Air Force's most junior member, in cutting the ribbon at a ceremony that marked the
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Carly York, the 83rd Network Operations Squadron Detachment 3 lead system administrator, weighed 349 pounds in September of 2011. She saw pictures of herself at a wedding and with health problems on the rise, York knew she had to change or she might not be in her young son's life long enough to see him grow up. She started slow, but since then has lost 100 pounds and ran three legs of the two-day, 200-mile Ragnar Relay from Miami to Key West Jan. 4-5. (Courtesy photo) 67th NWW contractor sheds 100 pounds, gains new lease on life
Carly York crossed the finish line of the two-day, 200-mile Ragnar Relay in Key West, Fla. Jan. 5, but she's far from finished running, getting fit and inspiring others. York, the 83rd Network Operations Squadron Detachment 3 lead system administrator, was weighing in at 349 pounds in September of 2011 and was having a really hard time keeping up
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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO–LACKLAND, Texas -- Brig. Gen. Kevin Wooton, Air Force Space Command Communications and Information director, congratulates Chief Master Sgt. Mark Renninger, the former 67th Network Warfare Wing command chief master sergeant, during his retirement ceremony at Arnold Hall here, Sept. 5. Renninger retired after 30 years of service in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by William Belcher) 67th NWW command chief retires after 30 years of service
Chief Master Sgt. Mark Renninger is a marathon runner and after 30 years, the man dubbed "The Quiet Professional" has finished his race through the ranks of the enlisted corps.The former command chief of the 67th Network Warfare Wing retired during a ceremony at Arnold Hall Sept. 5."It's a bit scary after doing this my whole life," he said "After
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JOINT-BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Members of the 92nd Information Operations Squadron work as a team to study mission data. Correct analysis of the information is critical to discovering and targeting threats posed to Air Force networks. 92nd IOS operators are able to combat the ever-present threat of attack on vital networks by dissecting codes, scripts and security configurations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott McNabb) The Skulls of the 92nd: Defending the front lines of cyber warfare
In today's interconnected world, the threat of a devastating cyber attack has never been more real. State and non-state actors are constantly expanding their exploitation capabilities, developing increasingly intricate methods and toolsets designed to wreak havoc on networks. This problem can have potentially crippling implications for the U.S. Air
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Shown here in Iraq, Former Air Force Staff Sgt. Kevin Taylor's plans for the future – serving 30 years in the Air Force and retiring as a Chief Master Sgt – were over in the blink of an eye. (Courtesy Photo) 53rd CBCS Airman competes in Warrior Games
It was March 14, 2009, and Air Force Staff Sgt. Kevin Taylor was enjoying some leave time here on the Space Coast. Then a member of the 53rd Combat Communications Squadron, Warner-Robins AFB, Ga., Kevin was here in his hometown of Satellite Beach to celebrate his brother's wedding.Life was good.Then, in a flash of a second, he was involved in a
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Default Air Force Logo 90th IOS keeps AFNet, GIG operating freely in cyberspace
The 90th Information Operations Squadron provides key enabling capabilities to all things cyber for the United States Air Force. They're charged with providing the tools and specialized capabilities needed to defend the vast Air Force communication network and the Air Force's portion of the Global Information Grid that most Airmen, civilians and
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General William Shelton, after taking command of Air Force Space Command Jan. 5, speaks to the men and women of 24th Air Force at Mitchell Hall Jan. 11. General Shelton visited 24th Air Force Jan. 11 through 13 to learn more about the nascent cyber command, and make his priorities and expectations known. (U.S. Air Force photo by Theodore Koniares) 24th Air Force: Year 2011 in review
As 2011 ends, it's an appropriate time to reflect on the stories and accomplishments of the 24th Air Force during the year. There have been several major endeavors by the men and women who power Air Forces Cyber. Time and again, our people step up, shoulder the load and charge forward, leading the way for the Air Force, Defense Department and other
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Senior Airman Steven Craig and Staff Sgt. Bruce Woo, 346th Test Squadron, verify network security settings for an Air Force-level test here Oct. 4. The unit tests hardware and software for units within 24th Air Force, Air Force Space Command, the Air Force and the Defense Information Systems Agency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James Barker) 346th Test Squadron practices the 'art' of cyber testing
Just as consumer products are tested before they are sold commercially, software and hardware used by cyber operators are dissected, analyzed and tested to determine how they work before being deployed within the vast Air Force network. The strengths, limitations and vulnerabilities of such cyber systems are tested by the 346th Test Squadron here
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