Our goal is to preserve and promote the camaraderie and the collegial relationship of all those who formerly served in the United States Air Force (AF) Command and Control, Communications, and Computers (C4), as well as the Cyber functional communities. We promote the well-being and the best interests of those currently and actively serving in the these communities. By doing so we hope to enhance the Air Force mission by striving to improve the effectiveness of information processing and dissemination systems and the personnel that acquire, manage, operate, and maintain them.
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16 December 2016
AFC4A congratulates the following for being 17D’s selected for Wing/Group command:
12 December 2016
We very much regret to inform you of the passing of Mr. Cecil Harvell. Not only a good friend, but Mr. Harvell was instrumental when we first started the AFC4A. When we formed the AFC4A in 1990, we elected Cecil as its first Secretary and he served faithfully in that volunteer position until he and Helen moved back to Alabama in 1996. He helped our fledgling organization through its formative years and was instrumental in getting us on solid footing. He was honored in 2011 by selection to the Air Force Communications & Information Hall of Fame (now the Cyber Operations Hall of Fame). This was an honor the he most truly deserved. We will all miss him. [Obituary]
8 November 2016
Read Federal News Radio’s article, “Air Force’s procurement prototype avoids ‘shoehorning” IT acquisition”, regarding Lt. Gen Bender’s prototype initiative to focus on information technology acquisition and sustainment as a separate initiative, vice the process becoming embroiled in a major systems acquisition development.
12 October 2016:
Mark your calendars. The 2017 Spring Update will be held the week of 1-5 May. The Hall of Fame Dinner will be Thursday night, 4 May, and the AFC4A Golf Tournament will be Friday at 0900, 5 May. More details will be added here as they become available.
5 October 2016:
See the Memorandum for all Airmen dated 23 September 2016 from Lt. Gen Bender, USAF, Chief Information Dominance and Chief Information Officer, announcing creation of the Chief Information Security Office (CISO).
3 October 2016:
The Air Force cyber security campaign goes from one month to a full year. See the article written by Mike Martin, Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs, titled “AF launches yearlong ‘Cyber Secure’ campaign.”
23 August 2016:
We were notified on 22 August that Gen Bowen passed away Monday, 15 August. The dates for the final services at Arlington haven't been finalized yet and we'll notify the membership of the time and date. Our sincere condolences go out to his family. A brief obituary found at Demaine Funeral Home is provided below.
Brigadier General (Air Force, Retired) Donald J Bowen, 87, of Springfield, VA, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his wife and family members on Monday August 2016. Funeral Services will be held at Arlington National Cemetery, date/time to be announced later. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to the United Services Organization (USO), a favorite charity of the deceased or a charity of your choice. The family would like to say a special thanks to Hospice of Greenspring Village and the team of caretakers at Kind Hart for their loving care and support.
The Secretary of the Air Force Chief Information Officer (SAF/CIO A6) Announces the 2016 Information Dominance Awards and John P. Jumper Award Winners
AFC4A's Recognition Program is a way of continuing to “serve those who are still serving” by providing tangible recognition to the top performers of the Air Force Cyber/
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