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Default Air Force Logo F.E. Warren’s Top 3 honors nation’s veterans
They have served the country and fought for its freedom. They tell war stories about times and situations we could never comprehend. Their bravery and dedication to our country transcends the years. They are the nation’s heroes. Honoring and supporting the nation’s veterans is the responsibility of every military member. The F.E. Warren Top 3
0 6/12
2006
Default Air Force Logo Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Announces Retirement
The 14th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Gerald R. Murray, announced Jan. 31 that he plans to retire this summer after serving more than 28 years. Chief Murray has served as the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force since July 1, 2002. “I’ve grown up as an Airman,” said Chief Murray who enlisted in October of 1977 from his childhood home
0 6/12
2006
Default Air Force Logo VMOC Net-Centric initiative wins NASA award
The Air Force Space Battlelab’s Virtual Mission Operations Center demonstration team recently won NASA’s 2005 "Turning Goals into Reality” award for Partnerships for National Security. Since 1998, the NASA TGIR awards are given annually to recognize the most significant accomplishments toward achieving the Agency’s goals and objectives in
0 6/09
2006
Default Air Force Logo Commentary: Security forces and transformation: why and what for?
A lot has been made recently of the Air Force’s plan to transform security forces and the entire Air Force in general into a more capable fighting power. This has been met with cheers from most inside the security forces community, but also with many jeers from other career fields. The common jeer goes something like this, “I didn’t join the Air
0 6/08
2006
Information Assurance, Defenders of the Domain Home PC users: Avoid the spyware blues
Malware such as viruses and spyware is an increasing threat to home computer systems, the 50th Space Communications Squadron’s Information Assurance Office warned this week. While the Schriever network has several layers of protection between its computers and the Internet, users at home don’t have the same luxury, said Tech. Sgt. Mark Gousse, IA
0 6/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo Schriever Judge Advocate office offers tips on preventing identity theft
According to a release from the Department of Veterans Affairs approximately 1.1 million active duty members, 430,000 National Guardsmen, 645,000 Reservists and millions of Veterans Affairs members were affected by the recent theft of personal records. Servicemembers may report potential identity theft by working with any of the three credit
0 6/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo AFELA helps 50th SCS NCO achieve dream
The Air Force Educational Leave of Absence program helped an NCO with the 50th Space Squadron here achieve a lifelong dream. Staff Sgt. Victor Salvador, one of the first Airmen to graduate under the AFELA program, he received a bachelor’s degree with honors in electrical engineering May 26. When Sergeant Salvador first looked into attending school
0 6/07
2006
Default Air Force Logo AFSPC Safety reports on first week of 101 Critical Days of Summer Campaign
As Memorial Day has come and gone, the Air Force kicked off its 101 Critical Days of Summer campaign, and the Air Force Space Command safety office continues to emphasize the importance of taking care of each other as good wingmen during the summer months. As of June 1, the Air Force had two fatalities, one of which belonged to the command. This
0 6/05
2006
Capt. Mark Bigley, 741st Missile Squadron combat crew commander, explains how Juliet-01’s new computer with Internet access works within the launch control center May 30. The system, Netlink, allowing Internet access will undergo an initial trial phase of 60 days to collect data on the success of the new system. If the results deem positive then a blanket approval will be sought to install the same system at all 15 missile alert facilities within the 91st Space Wing. U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cassandra Butler) Juliet - 01 receives new computer capabilities
Airmen who pull alert in launch control centers deep underground in remote locations around the country are virtually cut off from the outside world. Ensuring America’s intercontinental ballistic missile force is ready at a moment’s notice may be considered a lonely, isolated job with an average day consisting of scouring over technical data and
0 6/05
2006
Master Sgt. Pete Norris, a crew commander assigned to the new Air Force Space Command Major Command Coordination Center (MCCC), reviews the AFSPC mission system network security posture on the MCCC head up display. The HUD facilitates tracking of mission system compliance with all security software updates. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Joe Macri - photo cleared for release)
AFSPC celebrates AF first.
On June 1, Air Force Space Command stood up a Major Command Communications Coordination Center (MCCC) creating a single focal point for all network systems across AFSPC. At the direction of Headquarters Air Force, all MAJCOMs are required to consolidate their network operations and systems under an MCCC. The command’s MCCC will be the first of its
0 6/02
2006
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