Tag: Rear Admiral Nancy A. Norton
April 2016 Luncheon – Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Honolulu Division, Special Agent in Charge
AFCEA Hawaii welcomed Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Honolulu Division, Special...Read More
AFCEA Hawaii welcomed Todd Nacapuy, State of Hawaii, Chief Innovation Officer. Mr. Nacapuy discussed the current state of IT and goals toward improvements. Priorities include developing the IT workforce development, shifting the state’s existing platform, implementing IT governance, creating services-oriented infrastructure, developing enterprise projects and programs, and CybersecurityRead More
The Young AFCEANs hosted their first Tech on Tap event at Iron’s Table and Tavern on the 24th of February. The event was an opportunity to bring together industry leaders, military members, and students. The attendees had two specific tech articles as discussion topics.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii was honored to welcome RDML Kathleen Creighton, U.S. Pacific Command. RDML Creighton spoke on leading in cyber, and the dynamic experience it has been to operate in the warfare area of cyber. She compared it to “building the airplane while we’re building the airport, but while we’re performing combat missions.”Read More
RDML K. M. Creighton USN United States Pacific Command Director, Command, Control, Communications...Read More
AFCEA Hawaii was honored to welcome CDR James Knoll, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, Code H Officer in Charge. CDR Knoll discussed the areas of focus for SPAWAR, the current composition and areas of excellence as well as longer-term plans. SPAWAR hosts fourteen technical capabilities for the Navy, but the current main focus is cyber technical leadership.Read More
Speaker Name: CDR James Knoll Speaker Title: SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, Code H Officer in...Read More
The Hawaii Chapter Young AFCEANs hosted a Holiday Mixer and Toy Drive on December 4th at the Amuse Wine Bar in Honolulu. The event was open to all members and prospective members and had a successful turnout. Over ninety toys were collected, which were donated to the Shriners Hospital for Children in Honolulu.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii luncheons are accessible to the public. You do not need a vehicle sticker or badge to get onto Fort Shafter. To get on base simply provide your drivers license, current vehicle registration and insurance card at the main gate to be issued a day pass.
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