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November 2018 Newsletter - Flight Scheduling App Team Visits F-15E Squadron For Research

EDUCATION

PUCC November Newsletter AF CyberWorx

Recently, a project team working on a Flight Scheduling App visited a fighter squadron at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base (AFB) in North Carolina.

This trip to Seymour-Johnson helped the team shape their understanding of the problem, which will enable them to create a deliverable that drives to save flight schedulers time and effort, and results in fewer aborted flights. The project is in collaboration with ACC, Defense Innovation Unit, USMC, USN, and Microsoft.

Read more about their experience in this month's spotlight blog. 

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AF Cyber Talent Management Design Sprint, Jan 22-25

INNOVATION

Innovation November AF CyberWorx

If the US Air Force started with a clean slate, what could they build to recruit and retain top Cyber professionals? You can join our conversation with key leaders from the Air Force, industry, and academia to reimagine and redesign the cyber talent management program within the Air Force. 

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Join Us at CyberSat Summit!

COLLABORATION

Collaboration November AF CyberWorx

From November 14-16, you'll have the chance to chat and collaborate with us to solve Air Force problems at Table 9. CyberSat is in Arlington, VA at the Sheraton Pentagon City. This conference is known for bridging the gap between satellite, space, and government for cybersecurity solutions.

 

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upcoming challenges AF CyberWorx November

The Air Force Challenge

Join AF Cyberworx and the Air Force Research Laboratory in an upcoming challenge. 

The Air Force Vice Chief of Staff is challenging Airmen, academia and industry to enhance Multi-Domain Operations, which integrates joint and coalition capabilities across all military operations. In a world dominated by rapid innovation, can you look around and find a better way to establish situational awareness, develop courses of action or deliver effects at unmatched speed? 

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