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Gen. John E. Hyten, Commander of Air Force Space Command, presents the Air Force Network Integration Center guidon to Col. John J. Dunks during a change of command ceremony July 1 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Dunks arrived from Anderson Air Force Base, Guam, where he served as the Mission Support Group Commander for the 36th Wing.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Erica L. Holbert-Siebert)
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Col. Kenneth R. Reiff was inducted into the 2015 Class of the Cyberspace Operations and Support Hall of Fame.
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Mr. Bob Poulin, Air Force Network Integration Center network architect, stands in front of the Air Force Communication and Information, Air Traffic Controller Timeline representing significant cyberspace milestones throughout history in the Lieutenant General Grant Building on Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  Poulin is the technical lead for implementing Next Generation Enterprise Services, a strategic initiative with a goal to reduce the total cost of desktop computing across the Air Force.  The project will integrate all eServices such as email, instant messaging, file sharing, and file storage in a commercial cloud environment improving AF users’ access to critical information on the Air Force network anywhere, anytime, regardless of platform or location. (U.S. Air Force photo by Shelly Petruska)
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Mrs. Amy Strubhart, Air Force Network Integration Center integration project lead, stands in front of the Air Force Communication and Information, Air Traffic Controller Timeline representing significant cyberspace milestones throughout history in the Lieutenant General Grant Building on Scott Air Force base, Ill. Strubhart was the Air Force Space Command Civilian of the Year, Category II for 2013.  Her skillful management of cyberspace projects across AFNIC ensure team members have the right tools and resources in providing technical guidance and support to Air Force Space Command, 24th Air Force, the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and other program offices to integrate systems and applications safely and reliably onto the Air Force network. (U.S. Air Force photo by Shelly Petruska)
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Mr. Terry Morris, Air Force Network Integration Center network engineer analyzes performance data as part of the application performance management team on Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Morris helps to quickly troubleshoot and resolve performance issues for some of the Air Force’s most critical information technology systems supporting personnel data and payment, financial management, education tools and flight scheduling that the Air Force and Defense Department use daily (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Eikren)
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Capt. Eve O’Connor, Air Force Network Integration Center, Air Force Network Migration operations execution lead, stands in front of the Air Force Communication and Information Air Traffic Controller Timeline representing significant cyberspace milestones throughout history in the Lieutenant General Grant building on Scott Air Force Base, Ill. O’Connor guides technical teams in consolidating and migrating over 200 Air National Guard sites onto the Air Force Network, a single, centrally-managed network under the operational control of the 24th Air Force commander.  O’Connor’s migration efforts for the Air National Guard improve enterprise security, reduce operational costs, and reduce vulnerability to attack.  Most importantly, it improves warfighter access to data and information services regardless of location. This effort follows the active duty Air Force Network migration project completed in April 2014, which consolidated 646,000 e-mail accounts and 12,318 servers at 275 sites.
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Tech Sgt. Craig Sandberg, Air Force Network Integration Center noncommissioned officer in charge of Air Force Network Lync deployment, stands in front of an AFNIC heritage wall sculpture titled, “Clouds of Information” in the Lieutenant General Grant Building on Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  Sandberg leads a technical team to ensure AFNet users have the Lync capability by May 2015. Lync is a collaboration tool that allows Air Force users to talk, message, chat and videoconference in real-time.  By implementing Lync across the Air Force, users will have an unprecedented ability to collaborate globally using a common desktop tool.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Shelly Petruska)
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Staff Sgt. Katrina Acab, Air Force Network Integration Center client systems technician, stands next to a computer workstation in the Lieutenant General Grant building on Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  Acab is responsible for configuring and troubleshooting AFNIC’s desktop and laptop computers on the workstation seen here for use on the Air Force Network.  Acab supports over 200 center personnel in resolving network connectivity issues and ensuring software and security updates are implemented properly to support day to day operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Shelly Petruska)
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Tech. Sgt. Michael Gray, Air Force Network Integration Center, noncommissioned officer in charge of infrastructure operations for the Realistic Air Force Network Validation Environment, verifies security patches are current and properly implemented during an operations check. The RAVE is an emulation of the AFNet – an environment separate, yet identical to the operational network –which enables customers to test, analyze and validate systems, software and applications before integrating them into the live network.  Gray manages the RAVE in the technology integration facility inside the Air Force Network Integration Center on Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Eikren)
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Maj. Angelique Nelson, Air Force Network Integration Center chief of mission support operations, stands in front of the historical Lieutenant General Grant Building on Scott Air Force Base, Ill.  Nelson is the key liaison for the cyber mission force bed-down effort for the Grant building to house two cyber support squadrons coming to Scott Air Force Base, now through fiscal year 2016.  The cyber support squadrons will ultimately bring 320 new jobs to Scott.  As part of the Pentagon’s cyber security mission, the two squadrons will play a critical role in our nation’s security by protecting and defending Defense Department information networks.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Shelly Petruska)
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Mr. Donnie Harp, Air Force Network Integration Center, AFNet core enterprise services program lead, stands in front of the Air Force Communication and Information, Air Traffic Controller Timeline representing significant cyberspace milestones throughout history in the Lieutenant General Grant Building on Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Harp leads the development and deployment of nine key services such as internet, email, collaboration and various network management tools onto the AFNet supporting Air Force operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Shelly Petruska)
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Tom Partelow
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Colonel David J. Kovach
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Chief Master Sergeant Larry V. Holifield
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