AFIT and the Air Force Cyberspace Technical Center of Excellence conducted its first ever Cyber 200 and 300 Course graduation here Oct. 28. General. C. Robert Kehler, commander of Air Force Space Command, served as keynote speaker for this first class of cyberspace warriors.
Over 100 students graduated from the Air Force Institute of Technology’s newest educational courses designed to develop and train a dedicated cadre of cyberspace warriors.
“I have a great job being the AFIT commandant and historic moments like this are one of the reasons why,” said Brig. Gen. Walter Givhan. The general was the opening speaker for the graduation held at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Club.