Information Domination by Delaware's Cyber Corps
By Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Matwey , 166th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
/ Published November 09, 2011
NEW CASTLE, Delaware --
"Informatio Dominatus" is the motto behind the mission of the 166th Network Warfare Squadron.
In Latin, dominatus can mean: rule, mastery, or domination. Informatio means: concept, idea.
Read the story titled "Information Domination in Delaware" on page four of the November/December 2011 issue of National Guard Today
to learn more about our newest unit, one that is already making a mark on the 21st Century as their cyber warriors adjust to the new shapes being formed on the battlefield.
The story focus is on the growth, mission and types of skilled personnel who belong to the Delaware Air National Guard's 166th Network Warfare Squadron, "Delaware's Cyber Corps."
The article by magazine writer Hank Hogan includes an interview with 166th NWS Commander Col. Daniel Van Wyk, an image of the unit's "Information Dominatus" emblem, and a photo of their new facility on the grounds of the New Castle ANG Base, Delaware.