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  • AFNIC Airman supports NBA, AF teams

    Every year many Airmen contemplate the question, "How should I use my annual leave?" Staff Sgt. Parron Outing already knows.Sergeant Outing, a Client Systems Technician assigned to the Air Force Network Integration Center, uses his leave to work as an attendant for the Miami Heat, a National Basketball Association team, just as he's done every
  • Team Scott holds memorial service for AFNIC Airman

    Friends and co-workers from the Air Force Network Integration Center, the 375th Air Mobility Wing, and the greater Scott Air Force Base community gathered Feb. 18 in Hangar 3 to celebrate the life of Maj. Mark Binkowski, who died Feb. 12 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.During the memorial service, Col. John Odey, AFNIC commander, spoke about
  • AFSPC/CC visits AF Network Integration Center

    In an effort to help communicate and collaborate on the way ahead for cyberspace missions within the Air Force, Gen. C. Robert Kehler and his senior staff met with the leadership and professionals here at the Air Force Network Integration Center Oct. 20-21. AFNIC is responsible for shaping and provisioning the Air Force's network architecture and
  • Air Force Communications Agency to change name and commander

    A historic change for the Air Force Communications Agency will occur July 15 as it will re-designate to the Air Force Network Integration Center to more accurately reflect its role in cyberspace operations. Along with the re-designation ceremony is a change in leadership as Col. Carl Williamson relinquishes command to Col. John Odey, the same day
  • AF inducts 8 into Comm & Info Hall of Fame Class of 2009

    Eight former Air Force communicators were inducted into the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame during a ceremony held Dec. 11 at in Washington, D.C. Lt. Gen. Michael W. Peterson, Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer, announced the selection of (all retired) Lt. Gens. William J. Donahue and John
  • AF announces Comm & Info Hall of Fame Class of 2008

    Three former Air Force communicators will be inducted into the Air Force Communications and Information Hall of Fame during the annual Spring Update (formally known as RETGO, a meeting of retired general officers) April 30 at Andrews AFB, Md. Lt. Gen. Michael W. Peterson, Air Force Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer,
  • AFCA provides engineering support to new Combined Air Operations Center

    Later this year, more than 100 civilians, military, and contractors will be manning a new Combined Air Operations Center in Southwest Asia that will operate under the direction of U.S. Air Forces Central, or USAFCENT. Helping to make that happen are experts in the Air Force Communications Agency who have been instrumental in designing this military
  • Protecting data through increased encryption methods

    During the past few years, several government agencies have been victims of compromised data stored on stolen or lost computers.  The Air Force is certainly not immune to this threat either. In fact, as recently as December 2007, more than 10,500 records were found missing from a laptop computer in the Washington, D.C. area. Many computer hackers
  • Airmen assist Afghans in building Network Operations Center

    Air Force leaders at the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan are not just talking about helping the Ministry of Interior with their communications, they're doing something about it by building a Network Operations Center at their headquarters in Kabul. Col. Chris Cotts, deployed from Tinker AFB, Okla., said the new facility is "the
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