The Middle Georgia Chapter is focused on the Air Force Reserve Command, 5th Combat Communications Group, 78th Air Base Wing Communications Directorate, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, 116th Air Control Wing, 461st Air Control Wing, Robins AFB, Georgia. The Chapter holds monthly meetings, an annual Tech Expo, science fair judging, networking events, scholarships for high school/undergraduate/graduate/ROTC students, and science teaching tool awards. The chapter's future activities include supporting a Tech Expo, increasing the education/scholarship fund, coordinating an annual Information Assurance Professional Development Seminar.
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MGCA Board Meets at a 7:30am, 2nd Wed of each month, Pine Oaks Golf Course, Robins AFB
AFCEA Luncheons are held from 11:30-1:00pm the 4th Wed of each month at the Heritage Club, Robins AFB
|MIDDLE GEORGIA CHAPTER: YAC Academia and Industry Tour Proves Successful|
The chapter recently hosted the "Young AFCEAN Academia and Industry Tour" in November at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. It was a great success with a turnout that included students, local academia and industry professionals. Attendees obtained information about base technical activities, spoke with engineering and information technology professionals and engaged in discussions of future career opportunities. The event included a tour of the Air Logistics Complex, 402 Commodities Maintenance and Software Maintenance Groups. A social was held to conclude the event with representatives from the 78th Communications Directorate, Special Missions Division, and the Air Force Life Cycle Management/Engineering group. Academia attendees included Middle Georgia State University's Johnathan Yerby, dean of the IT Department, and Kem Lingelbach, assistant professor, IT Department. The chapter looks forward to promoting the tour to Young AFCEANs as a recurring annual event.
|MIDDLE GEORGIA CHAPTER: Inaugural Golf Tournament|
The chapter held its inaugural golf tournament in May at the International City Golf Course in Warner Robins, Georgia. The tournament was held to raise money for the chapter's education fund. The event had more than 50 golfers with eight corporate sponsors. The event raised over $3,000 for the fund and the money will be used to provide science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) scholarships for local students. Maj. Gen. John Maluda, USAF (Ret.) was on hand as the special guest master of ceremonies.