Air Force Network Integration Center, AFNIC

Colonel Chad D. Raduege, Director of Cyberspace and Information Dominance, presents the Air Force Network Integration Center guidon to Colonel Marc L. Packler during a change of command ceremony June 13 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Colonel Packler arrived from Scott Air Force Base, Ill, where he served as the 375 Communications Group Commander.
Capt. Jason Simmons and Staff Sgt. Clinton Tips update anti-virus software for Air Force units to assist in the prevention of cyberspace hackers July 12 at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. The Air Force is setting up the Air Force Cyberspace Command soon and these Airmen will be the operators on the ground floor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo)
Col. Rob Kyrouac, (center), 607th Air and Space Operations Center chief of combat operations division, leads members on the "pit floor" of the Korean Air Operations Center during Exercise Key Resolve. Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, 5 Mar 2008.
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. –A U.S. satellite uplink station is deployed in the desert during Operation Desert Shield. Air Force Network Integration Center is currently celebrating 75 years of its vital role of providing communications, information technology, and cyberspace systems operations and sustainment for Air Force missions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kit Thompson)
EC-47 serial number 43-48902 known as “Old Patches” pictured in flight. Old Patches was the last C-47 assigned to Air Force Communications Service, being stricken from the rolls in 1972. (Courtesy of the AFNIC History Office)
An AFSATCOM programmer, TSgt Otis Smith, operates the AFSATCOM simulator while 2d Lt Rick Mahoney, Test Analyst watches. The simulator is capable of reproducing the necessary inputs and outputs that show real-world choices that can be handled by radio receiver, transmitter, and satellite equipment, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma, 12 Aug 1983. (Photos Courtesy of the AFNIC History Office)
Guglielmo Marconi’s experiments in wireless communication led to the first transatlantic wireless transmission from England to Newfoundland, Dec. 12, 1901. The Air Force Network Integration is celebrating 75 years in communication by revisiting its rich history and how it led to today’s advancement in communication. (courtesy photo)
Mr. Bradley Piotrowski, an AFC4A engineer, performs equipment tests in the lab of building 3190 on Scott AFB, Illinois, 30 Aug 1993 (Courtesy of the AFNIC History Office)

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