On Thursday, Jan 28, 2021, AFCEA Quantico-Potomac will host a virtual Luncheon with Dr. James Allen. Dr. Allen is the Authoring Officer (AO) for FBI systems.
On Thursday, Feb 25, 2021, AFCEA Quantico-Potomac will host a virtual Luncheon with BG Paul Craft, USA. BG Craft serves as the Army’s 4th Chief of Cyber and Commandant of the U.S. Army Cyber School headquartered in Fort Gordon, Georgia, with schools in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and NAS Pensacola-Corry Station, Florida.
On Thursday, Mar 18, 2021, AFCEA Quantico-Potomac will host a virtual Luncheon with Col Robert Bailey, USMC. Col Bailey serves as the Portfolio Manager, Command Element Systems, Marine Corps Systems Command.
Welcome to the Quantico-Potomac Chapter of AFCEA. We are located in Northern Virginia, in the area surrounding Marine Corps Base, Quantico. The AFCEA Quantico-Potomac Chapter meets regularly to offer an opportunity for networking and an exchange of information and ideas in an open, ethical environment that fosters close cooperation and understanding between the military, civil service, and industry. Our meetings and activities are open to members and non-members alike.
Marine Corps Base, Quantico, is the home of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, the Marine Corps Systems Command, the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center, the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, and the Marine Corps Information Operations Center. As such, communications, computers, intelligence, and electronics play a very important role in the missions of the diverse elements aboard the base. Professionals serving in these fields include active-duty military, government civilian employees, and defense contractors.