BY TRISH CHOATE
Standard-Times Washington Bureau
January 15, 2009
WASHINGTON - Someday, somewhere, while the clock ticks relentlessly, an
Air Force version of Jack Bauer - who does not engage in torture, of
course, unlike the "24" character from television - might be waiting
tensely, desperately for help from a cyber warrior who trained at
Goodfellow Air Force Base.
During 100 days on the base, the cyber warrior might have laid the
groundwork to save this Bauer's skin and America with some well-placed
Air Education and Training Command officials expect "Undergraduate Cyber
Warfare Training" will be about 100 days long - no matter which of the
three bases in the running for the project wins the cyber-training
They also estimate "Cyber 100," a professional continuing education
course, will be about 10 days. The two courses are linked.
"They will be placed at the same location because once they graduate
from the UCWT, they will stay for the 10-day course," Col. Lee Pittman,
chief of the technical training division for AETC, said.
The Air Force will also bring in other students for Cyber 100, the
10-day course, bringing them all together, Pittman said.
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