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Capt. Bryon Kroger, left, and 1st Lt. Carlo Viray, right, review combat applications in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Aug. 13, 2017. The officers, who are part of the Air Force’s Air Operations Center Pathfinder acquisition program run out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, work with coders in an open workspace environment with civilians who train them on the techniques used by Silicon Valley’s best software programmers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rick Berry) Airmen code for combat in Cambridge
Six teams of Airmen hung up their camo and dress uniforms to don hoodies and Star Wars apparel before traveling to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they work with civilian software coders to build combat applications. The group of Hanscom Air Force Base Airmen are participating in the Air Operations Center Pathfinder project.
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2018
A photo illustration of the Cyber Squadron Initiative program Oct. 28, 2016. The Cyber Squadron Initiative is a pathfinder for innovation within the Air Force cyber domain that combines Airmen from different Air Force Specialty Codes to enhance cyber surety on Air Force installations. The 325th Communication is one of 16 squadrons designated for the Cyber Squadron Initiative Air Force-wide, and the first selected for Air Combat Command. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Senior Airman Solomon Cook/Released) Innovative cyber program protects critical Tyndall AFB assets
The 325th Communications Squadron became the first Air Combat Command squadron to join a new initiative to ensure Tyndall Air Force Base is able to train and project unrivaled combat airpower. The Cyber Squadron Innovation is a pathfinder program among Air Force communication squadrons, enabling communications squadrons to provide secure communication assets and services with a focus on security assurance.
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2016
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