AFCEA International Chapter News
PALMETTO CHAPTER CHAPTER - Apr 25, 2018

Chapter Lends a Hand at TechNet Fort Bragg

The chapter coordinated with North Carolina Chapter President Paul Reimers to send classroom support in April for TechNet Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Chapter representative James Crawford monitored classrooms and took attendance at five classes approved for continuing education units (CEUs). TechNet Fort Bragg allows experts and leaders across the U.S. Army and Fort Bragg communities to address various sides of tough issues facing the Forces Command, U.S. Special Operations Command, Joint Special Operations Command and the Army Special Operations Command. The symposium aims to build solutions and create road maps while providing a unique opportunity to express and debate different opinions. Through an interactive approach, attendees learn about the latest advances in technology. Industry participants displayed products and services to key Defense Department decision makers from the area.





Event Photographs:

During a continuing education session at April's TechNet Fort Bragg, Tony Pierce of Cisco touches on the issues facing warfighters in an ever-changing cyber battlefield. The chapter provided volunteer support during this course, one of five that qualified for continuing education units (CEUs).
During a continuing education session at April's TechNet Fort Bragg, Tony Pierce of Cisco touches on the issues facing warfighters in an ever-changing cyber battlefield. The chapter provided volunteer support during this course, one of five that qualified for continuing education units (CEUs).
Lt. Col. Michael DeCicco, USA, of the Fayetteville PMI Chapter, speaks at the April symposium during a session about project management certification and how it can help transitioning military personnel. Chapter representative James Crawford also offered classroom support during this session.
Lt. Col. Michael DeCicco, USA, of the Fayetteville PMI Chapter, speaks at the April symposium during a session about project management certification and how it can help transitioning military personnel. Chapter representative James Crawford also offered classroom support during this session.
John Little of Fortinet presents
John Little of Fortinet presents "A Fabric Approach to Internet of Things" at the April event, discussing enterprise networks, digital and network security transformations, virtualization, and the cloud and all its ramifications.

For more details regarding this event contact:
James M. Crawford
8033165648

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