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Lt. Gen. Robert Elder, Eighth Air Force (Air Forces Strategic) commander, poses with eight of the 11 members of the 819th RED HORSE Squadron who were presented Air Force Combat Action Medals Aug. 14 for their service while recently deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. With the general are (left to right, front row to back row) Tech. Sgt. Bret Copple, Staff Sgt. Matthew Phillips, Tech. Sgt. Robert Cullison, Staff Sgt. Stephanie Rameriz, Staff Sgt. John Sinner, Staff Sgt. Douglas Ergish, Senior Airman Christopher D'Angelo and Staff Sgt. Casey Anderson. Not pictured are Tech. Sgt. Joseph Adair and Staff Sgts. Jason Bischoff and Douglas Ragone. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner) Four 819th RHS Airmen receive Bronze Stars; 11 earn AF Combat Action Medals
Four members of the 819th RED HORSE Squadron received Bronze Star Medals Aug. 14 for their efforts in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom October 2007 through April 2008, while 11 Airmen earned the Air Force Combat Action Medal. All medals were presented by Lt. Gen. Robert Elder, Eighth Air Force (Air Forces Strategic) commander, at the RED HORSE
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Col. Ward Heinke unfurls the 608th Air Force Network Operations Center flag during the Eighth Air Force redesignation ceremony June 10.  The 608th AFNOC was just one of the units that received a new name due to a recent reorganization involving 8AF units. (Air Force photo by Airman First Class Benjamin McWha) Eighth Air Force changes names not mission
Headquarters Eighth Air Force was renamed Headquarters, Eighth Air Force (Air Forces Strategic) during a ceremony held here June 10. "Periodically, to create efficiencies or to adjust to new missions and technology, the United States Air Force will reorganize the staff structure of its subordinate warfighting headquarters," said Lt. Gen. Robert J.
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Col. David Ripley, Air Force Information Operations Center vice commander, reitres from the Air Force during a ceremony here June 13. Colonel Ripley's 33-year career spanned both the officer and enlisted ranks. AFIOC vice commander thanks Airmen, bids farewell
After 33 years of active duty service the Air Force Information Operations Center vice commander retired in a ceremony here June 13. Retired Col. Robert Steele presided over the ceremony that officially retired Col. David Ripley, culminating his Air Force career that spanned three decades, both the officer and enlisted ranks, and over 15
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Default Air Force Logo Network Warrior Awarded Bronze Star
A member of the 67th Network Warfare Wing was awarded the Bronze Star May 14 in a ceremony held at Hanger 9 on Brooks City-Base, San Antonio. Staff Sgt. Dennis Davis was awarded the nation's ninth highest military decoration by Colonel Joseph Pridotkas, 67th Network Warfare Wing commander, for his outstanding dedication to duty during combat
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Default Air Force Logo And the winner is ...
Preparations are underway for Eighth Air Force's 2008 Outstanding Airman of the Year Annual Awards Banquet scheduled for Mar. 12. Each year 8th Air Force and its subordinate units submit their winners to compete for the top spot in Airman, non-commissioned officer, senior non-commissioned officer, first sergeant, company grade officer and two
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Staff Sgt. Darryn Donaldson attends an appreciation luncheon for Iraq Governor Ma'moun Alwani after an Iraqi Army graduation at Camp Habbaniyah.  
Sergeant Donaldson was deployed with the II Marine Expeditionary Force in Iraq and returned home November 16, 2007. He is assigned to the 23rd Information Operations Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
(Photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2nd Class Glenn Lollar)
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Nestled deep inside a reinforced trailer in Camp Fallujah, Iraq, Staff Sgt. Darryn Donaldson transmits radio signals to Iraqi residents across Al Anbar province, nearly a third of the country, relaying messages of hope, encouragement and just good-to-know information. Sergeant Donaldson, 23rd Information Operations Squadron, Exercise Tactics
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Capt. Kris Merritt, 33rd Network Warfare Squadron flight commander, Lackland AFB, Texas, and his brother David are the first pair of brothers to attend the Undergraduate Network Warfare Training Course at the 39th Information Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, Fla. (Photo by 1st Lt. Ashley Conner) Twin brothers, co-workers attend UNWT
Last December, Captain Merritt earned recognition as the first Undergraduate Network Warfare Training course Honor Graduate at the 39th Information Operations Squadron here. So, you can imagine their surprise when UNWT instructors once again saw Captain Merritt's name on the class roster for the second iteration of UNWT which began this week. Twin
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The first Undergraduate Network Training Courses poses in front of the 39th Information Operations school house where they spent the last eight weeks training to protect and defend the Air Force’s networks. The class decorated a ceiling tile that will be placed in the classroom where they and future UNWT classes are taught. (Air Force Photo)
USAF Graduates First Network Warfare Class
Hours of classroom instruction, simulator time, check rides, debriefs, and finally, after five weeks of effort, graduation. This may sound like the standard fare of military training, but the Dec. 7 graduation of the very first Undergraduate Network Warfare Training class at Hurlburt Field represents much more than that ... it is a major step
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Chief Master Sgt. Todd A. Kabalan, left, is greeted by senior enlisted personnel from the 552nd Communications Group during his early morning visit to their facility. The 8th Air Force command chief visited Tinker Nov. 14-16. (Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Kinder Blacke) Cyberspace Command Chief visits the 552nd ACW
Enlisted personnel from the 552nd Air Control Wing received a visit from the 8th Air Force Command Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Todd A. Kabalan, during his third site visit to the wing on Nov. 14-16. Chief Kabalan provides a two-way connection between 8th Air Force headquarters and the 552nd ACW. His key message to Airmen during this visit was
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(L-R)Craig Spohn, Cyber Innovation Center director, Lt. Gen. Ted Bowlds, Electronic Systems Center commander, Maj. Gen. William Lord, Air Force Cyber Command (provisional) commander, and Col. Paul Suarez, Air Force Network Operations commander, look on as Lt. Gen. Robert Elder, Headquarters Eighth Air Force commander cuts the ribbon at the "Fly and Fight in Cyberspace" Symposium Nov. 28 in Shreveport, La.  More than 1,700 people attended the three-day event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman First Class Joanna M. Kresge) Air Force Cyberspace Symposium Now a Reality
More than 1,700 cyber enthusiasts packed the Shreveport Civic Center yesterday for the first Air Force Cyberspace Symposium. The event was hosted by the Louisiana Cyber Innovation Center and cohosted by Headquarters Eighth Air Force, Air Force Electronic Systems Center, Air Force Cyber Command (provisional) and the Ark-LA-Tex Chapter of the Armed
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