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Parody Cyberspace Airmen fill vital "in lieu of" taskings
CHARLESTON AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. (AFPN) — Tech. Sgt. Erwin Arguilla and Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Graham follow Catherine Bell while filming a scene for the Life­time show "Army Wives." Ms. Bell plays Lt. Col. Sarah Mac­Kenzie in the show. The number of soldiers sta­tioned in the U.S. "has dimi­nished to the point that America cannot rely on them to march in parades and fill back­ground movie scenes," explained Maj. Gen. William T. Lord, the com­man­der of Air Force Cyber­space Com­mand. "Cyber­space gives America the flexi­bility it needs to keep Airmen at their home sta­tions where they are far more useful." Sergeants Arguilla and Graham both work in the 437th Air­lift Wing Cyber­space Safety Office. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Katie Gieratz)
Parody Cyberspace Airmen fill vital "in lieu of" taskings
CHARLESTON AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. (AFPN) — Airmen pose as Soldiers inside a C-17 Globe­master III for a taping of the tele­vision show "Army Wives." The number of soldiers sta­tioned in the U.S. "has dimi­nished to the point that America cannot rely on them to march in parades and fill back­ground movie scenes," explained Maj. Gen. William T. Lord, the com­man­der of Air Force Cyber­space Com­mand. "Cyber­space gives America the flexi­bility it needs to keep Airmen at their home sta­tions where they are far more useful." (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nicholas Pilch)
Parody Cyberspace Photoshop® images digitized and recognized
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO (AFPN) — Senior Airman Chad Kellum takes a moment to check out Air Force Photoshop® images displayed in the "On the Other Side of the Net" exhibit in the Cyberspace Wing of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. Airman Kellum is one of the more than thirty Air Force Photoshop® experts featured in the exhibit. The exhbit will run now through December. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech.Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo)
Parody AMC team declares fuel supply system "dead" after SCADA attack
CHARLESTON AIR FORCE BASE, SOUTH CAROLINA (AFPN) — Staff Sgt. Richard Smith explains emer­gency shut­down pro­ce­dures for flight­line fuel pump soft­ware to Philip Dris­kill (center) and Donn Brown (right) of the Air Mobility Com­mand Volun­tary Super­vi­sory Con­trol And Data Acqui­si­tion (SCADA) Pro­tec­tion Pro­gram assess­ment team. The team rushed to Charles­ton Air Force Base after terrorists remotely destroyed the base's ability to pump jet fuel. "This fuel supply system is dead and irre­pairable," Mr. Driskill said. "It's a shame that SCADA secu­rity is volun­tary rather than man­dated across the Air Force." Ser­geant Smith is a fuels hydrants soft­ware super­visor for the 437th Logis­tics Readi­ness Squad­ron Fuels Manage­ment Flight. Analysis of this attack will help Airmen take owner­ship in preven­ting future SCADA attacks. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jennifer Arredondo)
Parody Operation Cyber Crown '19 — ready to save lives, defend the base network
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY (AFPN) — Airmen 1st Class Johna­than Hol­lan­der and Justin Holmes assist a victim during Opera­tion Cyber Crown '19, which teaches Airmen how to survive & operate during a cyber-attack that is tar­geted at criti­cal infra­struc­tures. Training scenarios included Self-Aid Cyber Care, logic bomb threats, Inter­net Explo­sive Devices (IEDs), suicide hacker attacks, and suspi­cious attach­ments. Airmen Hol­lan­der and Holmes are both from the 52nd Com­pu­ter Main­ten­ance Opera­tions Squad­ron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jenifer Calhoun)
Parody Officials activate 67th Symantec Defense Group
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OHIO (AFPN) — Major Gen. Curtis M. Bedke (left), Air Force Research Labora­tory com­man­der, pre­sents the 67th Syman­tec Defense Group flag to Mr. John Thompson, Syman­tec CEO and 67th SDG com­man­der, during the unit's acti­va­tion cere­mony. Mr. Thompson is the first civilian con­trac­tor to take command of an Air Force unit, which will be composed of nearly 300 Syman­tec employees of various nationalities scattered around the globe whose virus exper­tise helps to defend Air Force networks. (U.S. Air Force photo/Al Bright)
Parody Ellsworth first to receive cyberspace incentives
ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, SOUTH DAKOTA (AFPN) — Contrac­tors pour concrete at a TCP/IP mix plant in prepa­ra­tion for the instal­la­tion of four new cyber tanks, each capable of holding 60,000 packets of trans­fer con­trols. The plant was part of the first con­trac­tor part­ner­ship between Ells­worth and Dakota ISPs and today saves the base more than one million packets annu­ally. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kimberly Limrick)
Parody Cyber Command officials monitor simulated tests
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA (AFPN) — Lt. Col. Tim Sands (from left), Capt. Jon Smith, and Lt. Col. John Arnold closely moni­tor a simu­lated test in the Cyber­space Control Facility at Eglin Air Force Base. The facility's compu­metric weapon systems are so dangerous that at least three ranking offi­cers must stand watch even during a simulated test. Enlisted person­nel are rele­gated to menial posi­tions and are restric­ted from knowing the full might of Air Force Cyber­space Com­mand. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Carrie Kessler)
Parody Infected B-1B undergoes repair
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA (AFPN) — Symantec employee John Crane care­fully deletes mali­cious soft­ware from a B-1B tail warning system at the Central Control Facility at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The tail warning sytem radar, which faces the rear of a B-1B to detect in­coming missiles or air­craft, had become infected with spyware after the air­craft landed at a non-military air­port known for its lax cyber-security. Mr. Crane is a Syman­tec Norton Anti-Virus Crafts­man who is con­tracted to protect 36th Elec­tronic War­fare Squadron B-1B defense systems. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Carrie Kessler)
Parody Exercise Pacific Trunkline '19 tests cybertarian relief concept
KONA INT'L AIRPORT, HAWAII (AFPN) — Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Larsen struggles to route Internet packets without the aid of a Cisco device at a civilian airport during Exercise PACIFIC TRUNKLINE '19 . This exercise trains parti­ci­pants to deploy in response to a cybertarian assis­tance or disaster scenario when undersea Internet cables are damaged. Sergeant Larsen is a computer security force protec­tion analyst with the 36th Cyber Contin­gency Response Group from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jimmy L. Dang)
Airmen risk life & limb to defend Pro Bowl computer networks
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Internet explosive device (IED) destroys robot
F-22 hacker team inspires at children's hospital
New York Air Guard removes JATO bottles after hacker announcement
Bug hunters seek hidden flaws, help save lives
AFCYBER builds high-tech hospital at Balad
New AFCYBER art exhibit draws huge crowd
New AFCYBER art exhibit draws huge crowd
Air Force Cyber Command takes over antivirus operations
Air Force hazmat divers train to stop SCADA terrorism
Cyber-terrorist attacks service­members heading to forward locations
Don't play with firewalls
Self defense course kicks way into training
Exercise Primitive Computing '19 teaches Airmen to survive
Cyber 'chute' to safety
Afghan children get high-tech gear for school
Cyber Team streams video at Busch Series Race
Internet security Airmen protect Iraq's combat cyberpower hub
Working dog teams search, patrol cyberspace together
Nuclear warhead antivirus update
Airmen capture insurgents' mainframe, CD-ROM duplicator
American, Japanese airmen launch cyber-attacks in Geek Edge '19
Yokota installs emergency communications backup system
AFMC commander proves CAC is viable in Southwest Asia
Unsecured home networks open door for Article 15, court-martial
Kadena installs emergency telecom backup system
NATO team ensures safe networks during Virus Summit
Reservists add major adjustments to T-1 router training
Information managers train for future wars
McChord AFB is officially renamed "Microsoft AFB"
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