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  • Cyber Security and Control System

    The Cyber Security and Control System (CSCS) is designed to provide 24/7 network operations and management functions and enable key enterprise services within Air Force unclassified and classified networks. This system also supports defensive operations within those Air Force networks. 
  • Cyber Command and Control Mission System

    The Cyber Command and Control Mission System (C3MS) synchronizes other Air Force cyber weapon systems to produce operational-level effects in support of combatant commanders worldwide. C3MS provides operational level command and control (C2) and situational awareness of Air Force cyberspace forces, networks and mission systems.
  • Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter

    The Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter (CVA/H) weapon system executes vulnerability, compliance, defense and non-technical assessments, best practice reviews, penetration testing and Hunter missions on Air Force and Department of Defense networks and systems. Hunter operations characterize and then eliminate threats for the purpose of mission assurance. The weapon system can perform defensive sorties world-wide via remote or on-site access.
  • Cyber Command and Control Mission System (C3MS)

    The Cyber Command and Control Mission System (C3MS) synchronizes other Air Force cyber weapon systems to produce operational-level effects in support of combatant commanders worldwide.
  • Control and Reporting Center (CRC)

    The CRC is a mobile, scalable, ground-based, integral element of the U.S. Air Force (USAF) theater air control system (TACS), providing persistent battle space awareness (BA) and tactical battle management command and control (BMC2). It consists of tailorable, modular equipment and support, maintenance, and operations personnel.
  • Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN)

    BACN is a communications relay and gateway system that provides military commanders with a versatile means of exchanging information from multiple air, ground, and maritime sources, to include host nation, joint, and coalition forces.  It facilitates the transport of both voice and data across the battlespace enabling network connectivity among weapon systems, sensors, warfighters, decision makers, platforms, and command centers at all echelons of command and control (C2).
  • AMIC Det 1

    Located in Ottawa, Canada, this team is embedded in the Bi-National North Warning System Office and coordinates with Canada to provide Program Management to NORAD for the $2.6 billion North Warning System, consisting of 47 radar sites providing Air Defense of 4.5 million square miles of North America.
  • AMIC Counter-Narcotics & Global Threats Division (PMT)

    The PMT division supports the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counter Narcotics & Global Threats (DASD (CN>)) and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) Building Partner Capability acquisition portfolios.
  • F-16 Falcon (aka VIPER)

    Current as of January 10, 2020Overview Today, the U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, U.S. Navy, and NASA operate over 2,200 Vipers, in addition to 25 coalition countries. These remarkable aircraft perform virtually every mission set there is; from experimental testing to pilot training and everything in between. The Viper’s
  • F-15E STRIKE EAGLE

    Current as of January 14, 2020Mission The F-15E Strike Eagle is a dual-role fighter designed to perform air-to-air and air-to-ground missions. An array of avionics and electronics systems enables the F-15E to fight at low altitude, day or night, and in all weather.Features The aircraft uses two crew members, a pilot and a weapon systems officer
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