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  • AFNIC Awards & Emblems

    Air Force Organizational Excellence Award 1 July 1984 - 30 June 1986 1 July 1986 - 30 June 1988 1 July 1988 - 30 June 1990 1 July 1990 - 30 June 1992 1 July 1992 - 30 June 1994 1 July 1994 - 30 June 1996 1 April 1997 - 30 Sept 19981 Oct 1998 - 30 Sept 200020 Apr 2002 - 30 Sept 2003EmblemsThe current emblem design debuted on 1 July 1961 during the
  • AFNIC History

    Even though the Air Force became an independent service in 1947, its initial communications systems changed very little from the time it was the Army Air Forces. In point-to-point communications, for example, the old Army Command and Administrative Network formed the pattern of operations. The equipment installed was Signal Corps single-channel
  • AFNIC Lineage

    AFNIC LineageThe Army Airways Communications System was first organized on Nov. 15 1938, in the Directorate of Communications of the U.S. Army Air Corps. On Apr. 13, 1943, the official lineage of the Army Airways Communications System as a separate organization began with the constitution of the Army Airways Communications System Wing. The Wing was
  • AFNIC Resources

    The Air Force Network Integration Center has a long and proud history. The Center traces its roots to 1938 and the organization of the Army Airways Communication System. The mission of the Air Force Communications & Information History Office is to document the history of the Center and the Air Force communications and information
  • Air Force Network Integration Center

    The Air Force Network Integration Center, located at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., is the Air Force's premier organization for Air Force Network integration, cyber simulation, and network standards, architecture and engineering services. Through these specialized technical services, AFNIC supports the nation's warfighters with decisive cyber
  • Air Staff Chief Communicators

    Air Staff Chief CommunicatorsDirector of Communications (AFOAC) Maj Gen Francis L. Ankenbrandt 1947 - 1951 Maj Gen Raymond C. Maude 1951 - 1953 Maj Gen (later Lt Gen) Gordon A. Blake
  • Directors of Data Automation

    Note: From 1975 to 1978 the Air Staff Director of Data Automation, Brig Gen Frederick L. Maloy, 1975-1977, and Brig Gen Duncan W. Campbell, 1977-1978, resided in the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Communications and Computer Resources, AF/KR. Beginning in 1983 the fields of communications and data automation were merged and came under
  • Foundation Setters

    The Air Force communications and information community paid tribute to six former Air Force senior leaders whose pioneering vision helped lay a solid foundation for the Air Force to build a communications capability second-to-none. The honorees were named "Foundation Setters" and inducted into the Communications and Information Hall of Fame April
  • Hall of Fame Class of 1999

    Lt. Gen. Lee PaschallLt. Gen. Paschall was the first recipient of the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame Award in 1999. The Hall recognizes an elite list of individuals who helped ensure the Air Force has the best communications and information capabilities in the world. "These visionaries guided the Air Force toward a
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2000

    Four names were added to the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame April 12, 2000. The Hall recognizes an elite list of individuals who helped ensure the Air Force has the best communications and information capabilities in the world."These visionaries guided the Air Force toward a technological and information-enabled future and
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