AFNET

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AcronymDefinition
AFNETAir Force Network
AFNETAfrica Network Evangelism Task (Pretoria, South Africa)
AFNETAir Force Integrated Telecommunications Network
AFNETAir Force Integrated Digital Telecommunications Network
AFNETAfrican Network for Biological Management of Soil Fertility
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But if you look at where we spend all our time, we spend all our time defending the Air Force network so we can get email to each other.
Reportedly, this approval makes Toshiba the only manufacturer to have a fully certified CT system for use on the Air Force Network.
The process of moving from this dispersed, installation-managed manpower architecture to a single, homogeneous, and centrally managed Air Force network, called the AFNet, is the number one cyberspace initiative in the Air Force.
(leads effort to standardize Air Force Network systems)
Avaya will provide network performance tuning, network compliance assessment, data gathering and other IT services for Air Force network systems.
Units currently receive policy doctrine direction from the Commander of Air Force Network Operations, which resides under 8th Air Force.
Air Force Network Centric Solutions (NETCENTS) indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, to offer wireless LAN (WLAN) and mobility technology to the U.S.
The Directorate of Communications Operations has set off a series of initiatives to optimize Air Force network operations, maintenance, and readiness.
General Hyten oversees Air Force network operations; manages a global network of satellite command and control, communications, missile warning and space launch facilities; and is responsible for space system development and acquisition.
So what I talked about was the Air Force network because we were doing some amazing things in the Air Force network and we continue to do some amazing things in the Air Force network--and a couple of interesting things, and I'll just give you a couple of numbers.
Two examples are the Navy's Consolidated Afloat Networks Enterprise Service (CANES), which will streamline shipboard networks, and the Air Force Network (AFNET) program to bring together the service's terrestrial networks.
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