Lackland AFB 67th Cyberspace Wing
This vintage style military travel poster “Lackland AFB 67th Cyberspace Wing” is dedicated to all the hard working men and women who serve or have served with the 67th Cyberspace Wing.
The 67th Cyberspace Wing (67 CW) located at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, was reactivated 1 October 1993 as the 67th Intelligence Wing. The wing was re-designated the 67th Information Operations Wing on 1 February 2001. On 5 July 2006, the wing was again re-designated as the only Network Warfare Wing. The wing is charged with executing Air Force Space Command’s global mission of cyberspace operations. The 67th Cyberspace Wing organizes, trains, and equips cyberspace forces to conduct network defense, attack, and exploitation. It also executes full-spectrum Air Force network operations, training, tactics, and management for AFNetOps/CC and combatant CCs. 67 CW Motto: LUX EX TENEBRIS meaning “Light from Darkness”.
Lackland Air Force Base is the Air Force’s only site for enlisted basic military training for all non-prior service Airmen of the regular Air Force, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve. Lackland AFB is known as the ‘Gateway to the Air Force‘ because 25,000 civilians become Airmen every year and is located in San Antonio, Texas. The base is under the jurisdiction of the 802d Mission Support Group, Air Education and Training Command.