AFCEA features an information resource for members of the military community and people who wish to support them: Homefront Help.
Lt. Col. Jay Kanavos, USAF (Ret.), brings two totally opposite perspectives to his participation in AFCEA’s Lexington-Concord Chapter: from the air and from the ground.
“Operating and Defending the Cyberspace: Tomorrow’s Playbook” is the theme of the first of the TechNet Land Forces trio of events that have evolved from the previous LandWarNet conference.
An interesting conversation on the AFCEA LinkedIn Group illustrates how complicated government procurement has become.
AFCEA International is dedicated to academics through the AFCEA Educational Foundation, which offers awards, scholarships and grants.
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To help prepare for upcoming AFCEA conferences, SIGNAL Media now offers a single e-place[ML1] to find event details, ongoing news coverage, social media feeds and local area attractions.
AFCEA members who want to take the AFCEA Source Book with them everywhere can now download it for easy access on their laptop or tablet computers.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation and Cypherpath LLC have partnered to offer cybersecurity courses that address needs recently identified by a U.S. House of Representatives task force on the topic.