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LAS VEGAS CHAPTER CHAPTER - Jun 25, 2013
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Warfare Center Sets Sights on Cyber Integration

At the June luncheon at Nellis Air Force Base, Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Lofgren, USAF, commander, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center, discussed how the center is paving the way for closer integration of the nation's warfighting domains. With the addition of the Space Integration and Development Center and the Air Force Tactical Exploitation and National Capabilities, the Warfare Center stands poised to develop both exercise and real-world tactics that build on the strength of each domain to deliver more closely knit kinetic and nonkinetic effects to the fight. Cyber test and training missions could also be a part of that equation in the future. The chapter recently resumed active meetings and held this luncheon to celebrate with local corporate partners.

Event Photographs:

Lt. Col. Kyle Kloeckner, USAF (r), chapter president, presents Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Lofgren, USAF, commander, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center, with an appreciation plaque at the chapter's June luncheon. With a crowd of more than 70 in attendance, the general discussed how the Air Force Warfare Center is leading efforts to integrate air, space and cyberspace domains for tomorrow's warfighters.
Lt. Col. Kyle Kloeckner, USAF (r), chapter president, presents Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Lofgren, USAF, commander, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center, with an appreciation plaque at the chapter's June luncheon. With a crowd of more than 70 in attendance, the general discussed how the Air Force Warfare Center is leading efforts to integrate air, space and cyberspace domains for tomorrow's warfighters.
A reinvigorated chapter meets for lunch at Nellis Air Force Base with sponsorship from local corporate partners, such as T-Mobile, Cox Communications, Link Technologies and The Learning Center. Las Vegas is a fast becoming a hub for information technology services and secure data centers due to its low exposure to risks of natural disaster.
A reinvigorated chapter meets for lunch at Nellis Air Force Base with sponsorship from local corporate partners, such as T-Mobile, Cox Communications, Link Technologies and The Learning Center. Las Vegas is a fast becoming a hub for information technology services and secure data centers due to its low exposure to risks of natural disaster.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Nathan B Paddock
7026450642

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