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STEM Communications Airmen show career field to students
The 92nd Communications Squadron recently held a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math event, the first of its kind, here where they partnered with Greater Spokane Incorporated to bring different Spokane area high school students to come visit February 8th, 2018.This STEM event aimed to give local Spokane area students a better insight of the
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The final design of the Rapid Response Distribution Device included an uninterruptible power supply that provides power in the case of a power outage, a patch panel that allows reconfiguration without having to permanently change the box setup and keeps network equipment concealed from customers so switches cannot be modified, resulting in a system that is easy to store and transport when required. The Airmen from the 92nd Communications Squadron have built around five of these devices, enough to support up to 240 computers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick J. Daniello) Fairchild Airmen create ‘R2D2,’ provides portable network capabilities
Technicians at the 92nd Communications Squadron Network Infrastructure shop here have developed a way to rapidly introduce network capabilities to customers who need network access quickly.
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Col. David Stookey, 92nd Mission Support Group commander, passes the 92nd Communications Squadron guidon to Maj. Clayton Baker, 92nd CS commander, during the change of command ceremony July 11, 2016, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash. Baker was previously at the office of the Secretary of the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick J. Daniello) 92nd CS receives new commander
Maj. Clayton Baker assumed command of the 92nd Communications Squadron from Maj. Jason Mayne during a ceremony July 11, 2016 at the Red Morgan Center.
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