This week in the military
Just a quick wrap up of this week's area military goings-on.
There's a court martial today at Maxwell. An officer is charged with five violations of four articles of the UCMJ. The charges include violating a lawful regulation, conduct unbecoming of an officer, making a false statement and fraternizing with an enlisted person.
I can't cover the proceeding since I'll be across the street at AFITC, but will update when I get any more details.
This year's Air Force Information Technology Conference is in town. I was there yesterday to hear Gen. Kehler, commander of AF Space Command, speak. He was pretty interesting and said a few notable things like disconnecting is not a response for attacks and that the acquisition process as it stands is not good enough when it comes to cyberspace and those operations.
On tap today is Gen. Lord. He was commander of the provisional Cyber Command, but is now at the Pentagon at AF HQ. He's giving remarks, then moderating a panel and then I'll be speaking wtih him, along with Scott Knuteson from the Maxwell-Gunter Dispatch.
That's all for now, more stories and updates coming soon.