AFCEA Jacksonville Chapter

The AFCEA Jacksonville Chapter is focused on supporting the Public Sector in Jacksonville. 

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AFCEA Jacksonville is a part of the global professional association for those engaged in defense, intelligence, security, and all related technology disciplines. Our membership comprises military, government, industry, and academic organizations and individuals worldwide. Our offerings include thought leadership, networking, career advancement, media access, and professional development opportunities. We take pride in upholding the highest ethical standards in our support of those who respond, protect, secure, and serve, as well as their industry and academia partners. In doing so, we help our members align technology and strategy to meet the needs of the global defense and security community.  Contact us at to become part of the adventure!


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JACKSONVILLE CHAPTER: STEM Awards Given at Area Science and Engineering Fair

The annual Northeast Florida Regional Science and Engineering Fair (NEFRSEF) was held in February at the Morocco Shrine Center in Jacksonville, Florida. This event encourages high school scientists and engineers in the area to showcase their...


Capt. Carrie Hasbrouck, USN, commander, Defense Information Systems Agency U.S. Special Operations Command, spoke to the chapter in June regarding the mission of supporting First and Finest responders—U.S. Special Forces—and the challenges of...

JACKSONVILLE CHAPTER: Commander on Safeguarding Forces

In January, the chapter welcomed Cmdr. Halsey Keats, USN, chief of sensitive plans at the U.S. Central Command. Cmdr. Keats discussed the focus on safeguarding forces in the hostile environment and the use of technology to help. The chapter also...

JACKSONVILLE CHAPTER: Innovation, Ingenuity Could Lead to New Technologies

Robert Whitkop, chapter president, opened the November meeting by announcing the November Outstanding Industry Professional of the Month in Information Technology, Petty Officer Alicia N. Davis, USN, Naval Communication Station. Frank Fenno,...