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Old 05-31-2016, 09:03 AM   #521
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Old 06-11-2016, 06:39 PM   #523
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I've been in the Massachusetts Air National Guard for the past 15 years. I'm a TSgt (E-6) and about to be promoted to MSgt (E-7). I started out as a 3C0X1, and worked primarily as an Information Assurance and COMSEC Manager. Later when the AFSC's changed, I became a 3D0X3, Cyber Surety NCOIC, and concentrated primarily on policy/procedure and Certification & Accreditation of classified networks. I also do this as a civilian as my full-time career. I worked 6 years as a federal employee and then moved on to government contracting.

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I've been in the Massachusetts Air National Guard for the past 15 years. I'm a TSgt (E-6) and about to be promoted to MSgt (E-7). I started out as a 3C0X1, and worked primarily as an Information Assurance and COMSEC Manager. Later when the AFSC's changed, I became a 3D0X3, Cyber Surety NCOIC, and concentrated primarily on policy/procedure and Certification & Accreditation of classified networks. I also do this as a civilian as my full-time career. I worked 6 years as a federal employee and then moved on to government contracting.

Joining the Air Force was one of the the best decision's I've made in life.


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Thank you for your service. I was in from 1992-1996, and was a 3C0 (actually it was 491 when I first joined). After tech school at Keesler, I went to Kunsan AB, Korea for a year, working in the data processing center, then went to Charleston, SC, working as an operator in the base comm center first, then as a computer/network technician. Joining the Air Force was also one of my best decisions.


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