• The 2016 Copernicus Award winners accepting at the Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium are (l-r) Martin J. Pfeifle, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps; Lt. Kirsten M. Ambors-Casey, USCG, Coast Guard Base New Orleans; Maj. Nathan D. Faught, USMC, Marine Air-Ground Task Force; and Beth Heiner, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps.
     The 2016 Copernicus Award winners accepting at the Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium are (l-r) Martin J. Pfeifle, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps; Lt. Kirsten M. Ambors-Casey, USCG, Coast Guard Base New Orleans; Maj. Nathan D. Faught, USMC, Marine Air-Ground Task Force; and Beth Heiner, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps.

Copernicus Award

June 1, 2016

The Copernicus Award, jointly given by AFCEA and the U.S. Naval Institute, honors individuals for their accomplishments in command, control, communications, computers, intelligence systems and information technology in the naval services.

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