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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Roy met with
Airmen from the Air Force Network Integration Center, Air Force Space
Command Cyber Support Squadron, 38th Cyber Readiness Squadron and 92nd
Information Operations Squadron, Detachment 1, at Scott Air Force Base,
Ill., during an enlisted call on July 30. Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force visits AFNIC
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Roy talks with Airmen from the Air Force Network Integration Center, Air Force Space Command Cyber Support Squadron, 38th Cyber Readiness Squadron and 92nd Information Operations Squadron, Detachment 1, at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., during an enlisted call on July 30. During the call Chief Roy discussed
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(right) SSgt Courtney Rawls, AFNIC/NVT, provides MSgt Anna Keck, AFNIC/CCF, a brief overview of what his job entails as a Supervisor of AFNIC’s Technology and Interoperability Facility. The TIF enables the AFNIC to develop, validate and deliver communications and computer systems, training, techniques and procedures that achieve needed war fighter capabilities. AFNIC's new first sergeant provides fresh perspective
The Air Force Network Integration Center recently welcomed a new first sergeant, Master Sgt. Anna Keck.As the AFNIC First Sergeant, Keck serves in a special duty assignment directly for the commander and advises on all matters of AFNIC enlisted morale, welfare and conduct factors. Keck comes to Scott AFB after being awarded her diamond from the
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The ‘New’ Air Force Network Integration Center is focused on the core services of Air Force Network integration, cyber simulation, and network standards, architecture and engineering.  (U.S. Air Force graphic by Travis Nuckolls) 'New AFNIC' offers cyber advantage
"Cyber Innovation. Mission Success." This is how the "New" Air Force Network Integration Center sums up what it provides to the Air Force and other mission partners.It's a phrase representing a new direction for a not-so-new organization. AFNIC, established from what was formerly the Air Force Communications Agency, stood up in 2009 as a direct
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SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Welcome Chief Master Sgt. Robert "Bob" Ehrhart, our new AFNIC Superintendent! He replaces Chief Master Sgt. Terry Anderson, who will PCS in July. Ehrhardt comes to us from Schriever AFB, Colo., where he served as the superintendent of the Space Innovation and Development Center (SIDC). Welcome to the AFNIC family! AFNIC welcomes new superintendent
The Air Force Network Integration Center welcomes the new superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. Robert "Bob" Ehrhart, who joined the team May 14.Ehrhart takes the reins from Chief Master Sgt. Terence "Terry" Anderson who is moving to Barksdale Air Force Base, La., to be the Air Force Global Strike Command functional manager.As the AFNIC Superintendent,
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SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Craig Ritza, chief of manpower, personnel and training for the Air Force Network Integration Center, has served in various leadership roles for more than for 17 years, mentoring both civilian and military personnel.   AFNIC is the Air Force’s premier organization for Air Force Network integration, cyber simulation, and network standards, architecture and engineering services. 
Leadership is a Verb! It's time to lead!
Leadership and management are not mutually exclusive. They coexist on a continuum where some circumstances scream "leadership" while others holler "task management." The need for leadership is the louder cry of the two because according to Fiscal 2013 Budget Proposal, this year the Department of Defense will begin reducing the defense budget by
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SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Angie Nettleton, division chief for the Air Force Network Integration Center’s Network Engineering Directorate, sits with Patricia Katzer, AFNIC’s Network Systems Engineer, as she explains the  fiber optic network switches for classified networks.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Dominic Roti) AFNIC civilian supervisor stands out
Ms. Angie Nettleton stands out in the Air Force Network Integration Center.A career civilian, Nettleton serves as a division chief in AFNIC's Network Engineering Directorate. She and her team are focused on integrating systems and products smoothly onto the Air Force Network to ensure they perform as intended and are interoperable with the network,
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SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Sheila Terrando, Air Force Network Integration Center Knowledge Operations, provides the first donation of the day and her 100th pint of blood with the American Red Cross at this week’s blood drive held in Rockwell Hall.  (U.S. Air Force photo/MSgt Garrett Rosier) Today a Milestone… Tomorrow a World Record!
Tuesday marked a huge milestone for one Air Force Network Integration Center employee. This morning, Sheila Terrando, AFNIC Knowledge Operations, donated her 100th pint lifetime donation to the American Red Cross. This is nearly 13 gallons! Friends, co-workers, and officials spoke with and congratulated Terrando as her blood was drawn. Scott
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2012
Doug Gray, the Air Force Network Integration Center's
lead for network validation, provides opening comments during the Air
Force's inaugural Software Development Forum Feb. 7 in Colorado Springs,
Colo.  The forum is the first in a series of planned events to share
information and collaborate with industry to develop common software
standards for the Air Force Network. Industry, Air Force software developers come together in collaborative forum
The Air Force Network Integration Center's first Software Development Forum was held Feb. 7 with nearly 100 people from industry and the Air Force attending to discuss future software standards for integration onto the Air Force Network.  Mr. Doug Gray, the Air Force Network Integration Center director in charge of network validations, kicked off
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2012
Default Air Force Logo Inaugural Software Development Forum shapes future of network capabilities
The Air Force Network Integration Center will host its first Software Development Forum Feb. 7 as part of an effort to standardize requirements for applications on the Air Force Network.The event is the first in a series of planned forums to partner with industry in establishing a common set of standards for deploying systems and software onto the
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Default Air Force Logo AFNIC to host first Air Force Software Development Forum
The Air Force Network Integration Center will host the Air Force's inaugural Software Development Forum Feb. 7, 2012 in Colorado Springs, Colo. The purpose of the forum is to announce and solicit inputs on upcoming changes to AF standards for integrating and supporting applications on the Air Force Network (AFNet). The forum is focused toward
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