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Default Air Force Logo AF launches yearlong ‘Cyber Secure’ campaign
The Air Force message is clear -- October may be National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but with the continuous advancement of technology and evolving cyber threats, one month of cybersecurity awareness is no longer enough.
0 10/03
2016
The goal of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which takes place each year in October, is to spread awareness about hackers and their techniques in order to reduce the number of victims in future years. On average, there are one million victims of cyber-crime across the globe every day, and most of them could have prevented the attack if they were more educated on cyber security. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Naoko Shimoji) Global access can also mean global cyber crime
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which has become increasingly important in recent years as global Internet use continues to grow exponentially.
0 10/01
2014
Staff Sgt. Joshua Hull displays his tattoo in memory of his younger brother, Andrew Hull. Andrew took his own life in December of 2012, when he was only 16-years-old. Since the incident, Hull has committed his time to spreading suicide awareness and prevention through the Andy Hull Sunshine Foundation. Hull is the NCO in charge of the Minot Air Force Base Honor Guard. (Courtesy photo) The sun shines on Ironman
Staff Sgt. Joshua Hull, the NCO in charge of the Minot Air Force Base Honor Guard here recently accepted the challenge to compete at the IRONMAN Sept. 21, in Lake Tahoe, California.
0 9/10
2014
Capt. Candice Adams and her fiance Maj. Ryan Ismirle say their goodbyes before Adams is taken to surgery for a bilateral mastectomy on May 5, 2011. 
Note to breast cancer: 'I am not your victim'
What is often forgotten in the sea of pink are the individuals on the front lines who are actually fighting the disease. In the three months between the time football players stop wearing pink shoes and the Super Bowl, roughly 58,000 women and 500 men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and they each have a story.
4 10/23
2013
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