Health & Safety

March 29, 2013

412th EWG to host Security Awareness Week

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Col. Kevin Muckerheide, 412th Electronic Warfare Group commander, Lt. Col. Chris Snyder, 771st Test Squadron commander, and David Krohman, 772nd Test Squadron director, are encouraging base personnel to attend Security Awareness Week, which will be hosted by the 412th EWG, starting April 1 through April 5.
This year’s theme is “OPSEC and International Programs.”

All 412th EWG security education and training events will require a supervisor’s approval to attend during duty hours.

Each day, the group will spotlight a specific security discipline to highlight by providing a briefing, demonstration or an instructional class for 412th EWG personnel.

Every time unit personnel participate in one of the briefings, demonstrations or game booths, they will be entered in daily or weekly prize drawing.

To attend any classes or briefings, contact Tiffany Boykin via email or call (661) 277-6589.

To attend the CLASSIFIED OSI/ATO/INTEL brief scheduled for April 3 at 9 a.m.; a security clearance is required.

For information on the mandatory Annual Special Access Program training, contact Linda Drummond at (661) 277-1792.

For information on the mandatory Semi-Annual Communications Security training, contact Rudy Burgess at (661) 277-1831.

For a detailed list of Security Awareness Week events, look to the 412th EWG calendar of events.




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