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AFRC commander visits cyber Airmen

Col. Lloyd Terry, 960th Cyberspace Operations Group commander, presented Lieutenant General James F. Jackson, Air Force Reserve Command commander, a 960 CyOG unit morale t-shirt during his visit April 10 to the unit at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The 960 CyOG is the first cyberspace group in the Air Force and has administrative control over 10 Reserve cyber units throughout the country. Its mission is to train and equip Citizen Airmen to extend, operate, defend and engage to fight and win... in, from and through Cyberspace. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Josh Woods)

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