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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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(L-R): Army Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander, DIRNSA & JFCC-NW, poses with Air Force Maj. Carl Grant,  33rd Network Warfare Squadron commander, Air Force Capt. David Trollman, AF Network Prevention & Response Flight flight-commander, Ms. Joan Ruhl, NSA deputy information assurance director, and Thomas Rowlett, son of Frank B. Rowlett, after presenting the Frank B. Rowlett Award for Outstanding Information Assurance Organization. (courtesy photo)
33rd Network Warfare Squadron Team Wins 2006 Frank B. Rowlett Award
On Nov. 7,  the Frank B. Rowlett Award for Outstanding Information Assurance Organization was presented to the 33rd Network Warfare Squadron by Lieutenant General Keith Alexander, National Security Agency director and Central Security Service chief.  The annual award, named in honor of cryptologic pioneer Frank B. Rowlett, is given to the U.S.
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Staff Sgt. Brenda Johnson explains deployment requirements to Senior Airman Christopher Williams.Sergeant Johnson put her self aid and buddy care skills to work during a temporary duty helping victims of a car accident. She is a Unit Deployment Manager for Eighth Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kristina Barrett) Readiness sergeant puts SABC training to good use
What do you get when you send an Airman to an Army Base for Deployment Training and she comes back as a Self-Aid and Buddy Care hero? You get Staff Sgt. Brenda Johnson, Eighth Air Force manpower and personnel readiness NCO in charge. Sergeant Johnson was a first-responder to a two-vehicle accident with injuries while on temporarily duty for
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Default Air Force Logo 67 NWW Holds Inaugural Network Warfare “Turkey Shoot”
The 33d Network Warfare Squadron hosted the 67th Network Warfare Wing's inaugural network warfare Turkey Shoot. Multiple teams competed for an intense eight hours each on simulated networks on July 23, 2007. The "Turkey Shoot" concept was borrowed from the fighter pilot community as a competition between different squadrons to determine which team
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Cyber Mission Grows-adds Network Warfare and Ops Squadrons
The 67th Network Warfare Wing activated the 91st Network Warfare Squadron at Kelly Field Annex, Lackland AFB, Texas, on 26 July 2007 bringing additional network warfare capability to the Air Force and combatant commanders engaged in the Global War on Terror. The 67th is the only Network Warfare Wing in the Air Force and is charged with organizing,
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Lt. Gen. Robert J. Elder Jr., Eighth Air Force commander, accepts the donation of one of the nine Eaker Bowl cups from Mr. Charles Jones Jr. on Thursday, June 5th. Mr. Jones’ father, Lt. Col. (ret.) Charles Jones Sr., was one of the nine original members of the famous Castle Coombe Mess.  General Ira C. Eaker, who first commanded Eighth Air Force in England during World War II, established the Castle Coombe Mess, which purchased the Eaker Bowl and cups with the optimistic vision of conducting post-war reunions. The donation of the cup by Mr. Jones, who also served in World War II, is the fifth silver cup donated to Eighth Air Force, with the remaining four cups kept by the respective family members as a cherished memento of their link to World War II history. General Elder was accompanied by two former Eighth Air Force commanders, Lt. Gen. (ret.) E.G. "Buck" Shuler Jr. and Lt. gen. (ret.) Edgar S. Harris Jr., who originally accepted the donation of the bowl, ladle, and his cup from General Eaker in 1981. The Eaker Bowl is a physical piece of the Mighty Eighth’s history which occupies a place of honor at Eighth Air Force headquarters as a heraldic symbol of sterling service to the nation, comradeship, and optimism about the future by those who have served with The Mighty Eighth. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Rob Goza) "Castle Coombe Mess" cup donated
In 1943, nine officers stood together with famous World War II Gen. Ira C. Eaker in England's Castle Coombe, silver cups raised to the audacious hope of history-making victory and to the equally optimistic hope that when the war ended they would gather to conduct reunions celebrating that victory. As audacious as those hopes seemed at the time,
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Default Air Force Logo 91st Aero Squadron Returns Home to Kelly Field
Almost 90 years ago 156 men and two officers boarded a train at Kelly Field, Texas bound for New York and eventually on to France to fight Germany and the Central Powers during World War One.  Their squadron was the 91st Aero Squadron that was activated at Kelly Field on August 21, 1917.  These original members began a journey of the squadron to
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426 IOS Sensor Olympians
(left to right, back row) A1C Nicholas Reed, A1C Jonathan Kelly, SrA Willie Bryant, SSgt Josie Zinda, TSgt Matthias Gassen
(left to right, front row) SSgt Annie Deparini, TSgt Donald Goudy, SSgt Enrico Salabarria
Sensor Olympics Heating Up at the 426 IOS
The 28th anniversary of the Sensor Olympics program is upon us and the members of the 426th Information Operations Squadron are "heating" up for the competition. The Sensor Olympics were designed to recognize, reward, and increase technical competency across the Air Intelligence Agency (AIA) and the 426 IOS has taken the competition to an all new
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General Robert Keys, ACC Commander, presents Ms. Susan Bibus, 67th Network Warfare Wing with the 2006 ACC Civilian Personnel Specialist of the Year Award during his visit to the wing on May 11.  67 NWW Cyber Warrior takes Air Force Award
The Air Force announced on May 3, that Ms. Susan A. Bibus was selected as the 2006 Mission Support Award, Civilian Personnel Specialist of the Year.  Ms. Bibus is the  Wing Civilian Personnel Liaison for over 160 civilian cyber professionals representing them with HQ Air Intelligence Agency Civilian Personnel Flight and the Air Force Personnel
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Default Air Force Logo 8AF dedicates new memorial
A new memorial flag pole was dedicated here Thursday in honor of Eighth Air Force Airmen and their service to their country. Lieutenant Gen. Robert Elder, Eighth Air Force commander, dedicated the new flag pole located at the northwest corner of the Eighth Air Force building grounds. It recognizes the service of past, current and future members of
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