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.
On , we will welcome . The topic is “Harnessing the Power of Data.” Please register by COB on Monday, 19 March 2018, to ensure a seat and meal.
The luncheon is in the at the .
The cost is You can pay on-line.You can pay by check, PayPal, or credit card using PayPal. The cost for walk-ins is $30.00 (Active Duty/DAFC) and $45.00 (AFC4A Member). Walk-ins can pay at the registration table using cash, checks, or credit cards (via a PayPal service).
On-line reservations are CLOSED for the , luncheon with . If you missed the opportunity to sign up on-line, you are still welcome to attend. Contact Jim Lauducci (C: 703‑965‑
NOTE: Walk-ins can pay at the registration table using cash, checks, or credit cards (via a PayPal service).
The luncheon is at the .
Our next luncheon event is being planned.
Mark you calendars! Our next luncheon is with . Registration will open .
10 June 2018
Air Force transfers cyber responsibility to ACC.
15 November 2017
Today the President announced his nominations to the Senate his general officer appointments for the USAF. AFC4A wishes to congratulate Col Michelle L. Hayworth and Col Robert K. Lyman, both 17D's, for their nomination for promotion to Brigadier General.
23 May 2017
The Board of Directors of the Air Force C4 Association congratulates the following Cyber Operations (17D) officers who have been selected for promotion to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
5 May 2017
The Air Force cyber landscape of today is not the same as five to ten years ago; every Air Force core mission is impacted and connected by cyber. In response, the service has created the Cyber Squadron Initiative.
22 March 2017 Colonel (ret) Jim Abel passed away on 20 March 2017. He was a life long communicator who many of us had the pleasure of working with both during and after our Air Force careers. Jim is survived by his wife Kimiko, son Carter and daughter Teresa. The date and place of his internment at Arlington has not been set. We will this webpage when more information is recieved. His obiturary on the Tampa Bay Times Website.
The Secretary of the Air Force Chief Information Officer (SAF/CIO A6) Announces the 2017 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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