December Newsleter AFCYBerWorx


December 2018 - Join Our Next Design Sprint: Air Force Cyber Talent Management 


AFCTM Newsletter DecemberWe're hosting a design sprint focused on building a better recruiting, talent management, and retention program for US Air Force cyber professionals. For this design sprint, we're recruiting cyber professionals, HR reps, talent management experts, and, of course, military personnel.

The #AFCTM Application deadline is December 17, 2018, while the sprint is January 22-25. Apply today and join us on the USAFA campus in January.

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Team Aims High for Self-Healing Drone Swarm

Education December Newsletter AF CyberWorx


When a team of firefighters is fighting a wildfire, how can they communicate more effectively among one another and command base to best save resources, tackle their challenge, and potentially save lives? This is just one of the many questions a project team is trying to answer with a self-healing drone swarm. Learn about the capstone in this month's blog highlight.

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Visit us at the Consumer Electronics Show!

December Innovation AF CyberWorx Newsletter

From January 8-11, 2019 we'll be in Las Vegas for CES in booth 1209. CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Stop by our booth to talk about how we can improve the tech of the Air Force and solve problems together in an innovative way.

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Upcoming Challenges AF CyberWorx

The Air Force Challenge

Join AF Cyberworx and the Air Force Research Laboratory in an upcoming challenge. 


The Vice Chief Challenge is an open competition to solicit innovative ideas to tackle Air Force level problems. This year’s challenge will take on Multi-Domain Operations (MDO).  Submissions must be entered into the Air Force IdeaScale before February 28, 2019

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