FIWC

AcronymDefinition
FIWCFIFA Interactive World Cup
FIWCFleet Information Warfare Center
FIWCFleet Information Warfare Command
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Rosenmeier, competing in his third consecutive FIWC Grand Final, alsoreceived a cheque for 20,000 US dollars in front of Brazilian football legend Ronaldo, who presented the trophy to the world's best virtual footballer for 2014, Xinhua reported.
In its 10th year, this is the first time ever that a FIWC Grand Final will take place at the same time and in the same country as the FIFA World Cup.
With six online seasons, 11 live qualification events held worldwide, a record-breaking 1.3 million participants and a breath-taking Grand Final, the FIWC continues to set a formidable standard in the world of gaming.
Ralph Straus, FIFA's Head of Strategy & Brand Management said: "We are delighted to crown the first ever FIWC Champion to win the event on two separate occasions.
Through the deployed FIWC teams, the MIC acts as an integrated knowledge repository where knowledge and information can be pushed or pulled to the fleet.
FIWC retains the expert knowledge in the MIC by ensuring knowledge is passed to deployed watch staffs.
Both NNWC and NAVCIRT are actively using the FIWC Navy Red Team to detect, localize and remove unapproved wireless networks.
The Computer Network Defense (CND) Red Team located at the Fleet Information Warfare Center (FIWC) was created in 1996 and provides operational and exercise support to commands to improve their ability to fend off malicious computer activity.
The FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) 2009 has reportedly received a record number of entrants with around 320,000 competitors already signed up to compete in this year's competition.
In the FIWC, a sports gaming competition, players from around the world battle it out on EA SPORTS FIFA 09 for PLAYSTATION3 (PS3) in a bid to be crowned the best virtual soccer player in the world and receive USD20, 000 as first place prize.
According to LCDR Ron Merritt, a command and control warfare officer at the FIWC (Norfolk, VA), the center's involvement in EW training traces its roots back to the old Fleet EW Support Group (FEWSG).
In October 1995, the Atlantic arm of the Command and Control Warfare Group became headquarters of the new FIWC, with the Pacific arm becoming a detachment.