b'U.S. Air Force photoCivil Air Patrol to provide IT training toKeesler AFB technical school graduatesStory by Steve Cox , CAP HeadquartersPublished September 26, 2019www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1971914/civil-air-patrol-to-provide-it-training-to-keesler-afb-technical-school-graduatMAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. (AFNS) school at Keesler AFB, Mississippi and are assigned to the Civil Air Patrol is embarking on another innovative BES Directorate. Every six months, four to six software partnership with the U.S. Air Force, one that will providecoders will work at CAP National Headquarters at Maxwell critical information technology training to recent Air ForceAFB to immerse themselves in CAPs well-established Agile technical school graduates. DevSecOps software framework. In turn, these Airmen will A memorandum of understanding between the Airprovide valuable, additional manpower that will help CAP Force and its auxiliary was signed earlier this month by thesatisfy increased demands on its small development team.CAP national commander, Maj. Gen. Mark Smith and RichKatrina Jackson of CAPs information technology team is Aldridge, CEO and program executive officer for Business andalready working with the first group of Air Force software Enterprise Systems, at Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex.One of the things that Im really proud of from an AirPhoto: Katrina Jackson (center back) with Civil Air Patrol National Force perspective is there seems to be, from the top level,Headquarters information technology team, meet with Airmen from the more of an embracing of innovative solutions, Smith said.Program Executive Office-Business Enterprise Systems at CAPs facilitiesat Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., Sept. 18, 2019. Civil Air Patrol andWere always on the hunt for areas where we can help PEO-BES signed a memorandum recently that allows newly graduated our parent service. technical school Airmen to spend six months at CAP to further immerse The memorandum allows for CAP to partner with themselves in software coding while giving CAP additional manpower on its first-term Airmen who have just completed technical information technology development team. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)38 Military Appreciation Resource Magazine Thank You For Your Service'