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Air National Guard Course To Prepare Cyber Warriors

Air National Guard Course To Prepare Cyber Warriors
Capt. Scott Anderson, who heads the course in cyber warfare for Guardsmen at the Little Rock Air Force Base, calls it “an excellent opportunity for the state.”

The Air National Guard needs 400 cyberwarfare operators in the next two years, and future students of a new course at the Little Rock Air Force Base say it will help the Guard reach that goal as they soar to a “fighter pilot”-like status in their careers.
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FCC Approves Merger of Windstream, EarthLink

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved the previously announced merger of Windstream Holdings Inc. of Little Rock and EarthLink Holdings Corp. of Atlanta.
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Blue Sail Coffee to Open Shop in Tech Park

Blue Sail Coffee Roasters of Conway has signed a three-year lease to operate a coffee shop inside Phase 1 of the Little Rock Technology Park at 417 Main St.
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