Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony

Data Processing Unit holds change of command ceremony
Virginia Network
Image by Virginia Guard Public Affairs
Lt. Col. Randall Cudworth assumed command of the Virginia National Guard’s Fairfax-based Data Processing Unit from Lt. Col. Adam Volant in a change of command ceremony held Aug. 21 at Fort Belvoir. Col. Edward Morgan, commander of the Information Operations Support Center, presided over the guidon exchange that signified the change of command. Col. Walt Mercer, commander of the 91st Troop Command, presented Volant with the Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding service as the DPU commander, and Brig. Gen. William R. Phillips, II, Virginia National Guard Land Component Commander, presented Volant a framed guidon on behalf of the DPU’s officers, NCOs and Soldiers. The mission of the DPU has dramatically changed over the past 25 years since it was established to provide data processing support to the National Guard Bureau Computer Center in 1985. The unit has approximately 160 Soldiers that conduct a variety of missions including information operations support, web risk assessment, cyber security and computer network defense. (Photo by Cotton Puryear, Virginia Department of Military Affairs)

Facebook IPO Funds NSA Data Mining Front / Bilderberg Hacks US Elections

Facebook has become a new icon of elite dominance over the web, and increasingly the tech-driven economy as well. Technocrats are busy building stock market credibility via the IPO for their Facebook spy front, while Bilderberg attendees select politicians, steer social movements and spy on the masses to harvest data. Aaron Dykes has a special report on Mark Zuckerberg and his intel ring of social media kingpins and financiers. Bilderberg 2012 is set to convene on Chantilly, Virginia during May 31-June 3. Stayed tuned at Infowars.com for full spectrum coverage of the secretive meeting.
Video Rating: 4 / 5