“Train, Maintain, Sustain” is the unit crest and motto of the 81st Regional Readiness Command of the U.S. Army Reserve. According to its official page, The 81st Regional Support Command “provides essential customer care and services to Soldiers, Civilians and their Families in the Southeast Region and Puerto Rico, enabling supported commanders and leaders to […]
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Walter D. Ehlers, the last living Medal of Honor recipient from the Allied invasion of Normandy during ‘Operation Overlord’ in 1944, passed away in Buena Park, California on Thursday of natural causes at the age of 92. Ehlers was born in 1921, during the post-World War I recession era that soon became known as the […]
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and badges provide organizations and professionals an alternative solution to the high costs of workforce training and continuing education. They play a crucial role in the innovation portion of the President’s Plan to Make College More Affordable and are being utilized by top universities and organizations such as the Veteran’s […]
The Lint Center for National Security Studies is pleased to announce that it will be providing $1,500 in merit-based scholarships for the upcoming January 2014 scholarship competition. The deadline to submit applications for the following scholarships is January 31st, 2014: Army Staff Sgt. Richard S. Eaton Jr., Scholarship ($1,000) Lee and Byun International Relations and […]
We hope you had a great year and are ready for the New Year. In anticipation, the Lint Center for National Security Studies is pleased to provide you with a snapshot of our yearly wins in this 2013 Year End Report. Dear Friends, The Lint Center has had a tremendous year and we are excited […]
On this Veteran’s Day, the Lint Center wishes to thank all those that have nobly served this great nation. We honor those great American patriots that have made and continue to make this country strong and free. Veterans epitomize that which makes this country great. They are a powerful testament to the great cause of […]
“There are only two kinds of people that understand Marines: Marines and the enemy. Everyone else has a second-hand opinion.” – Gen. William Thornson, U.S. Army Sunday, November 10 is the 238th birthday of the United States Marine Corps and it is a fitting time to reflect on the glories, the illustrious history, and the […]
Lint Center for National Security Studies Announces Scholarship Honoring The Achievement of Pioneering Legacy’s Foremost Pioneers: Eekwon Lee and Jongja Byun WASHINGTON, D.C., November 09, 2013 – The Lint Center, a non-profit charity, focused on supporting the educational pursuits of the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence (CI) and National Security Workers, today formally announced the […]
Last week, ISC(2) in partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton, revealed the inaugural recipients of the 2013 USA Cyber Warrior Scholarship. The program was developed as a way to provide training opportunities to United States military veterans within the information security field. The recipients of the 2013 scholarships are Brian Eighmey, Temecula, CA; Bryan Johnson, Midvale, […]
The Lint Center is pleased to announce that our Chairman and CEO recently published his first book titled, “Leadership and Management Lessons Learned, A Book of Management Vignettes.” As James R. Lint explains, “The concept of this book is a series of short stories from service in US Marine Corps, Army, government contractors, Civil Service […]
With loving thoughts and heartfelt prayers, the Lint Center wishes to honor the brave and deserving Gold Star Mothers. On this day, we pay tribute to these loving mothers of our country’s fallen military heroes. We, as a nation, should pause to honor those who have given so much. We pray for hope to fill […]
August 12, 2013 marks the 10-year anniversary of the passing of Army Staff Sgt. Richard S. Eaton Jr., a Counterintelligence Special Agent for the US army. He died due to medical complications following a 24-hour firefight in Hit, Iraq while deployed with the 323rd Military Intelligence Battalion. Eaton was a highly decorated soldier with awards […]
Creating and staffing Bletchley Park, a highly secret government organization, took place during the hard days of fighting and dying of WWII. The organization’s goal was to defeat the use of the German’s coding warring information. Bletchley Park was one of history’s most covert operations and was under close protection from enemy disclosure. As the […]
There are many types of DNS (Domain Name Server) attacks out there but a recent one is the Amplification Attack. But first let’s go over what a DNS is before we go into why an Amplification Attack is more complicated and a bigger threat. Domain Name System servers, are servers which map domain names such as “google.com” […]
According to news reports, there is a new piece to the Dark Seoul puzzle. A new Malware is on the loose and it’s after information on South Korean and U.S. Military secrets. The report does not identify which government networks have been targeted specifically, just that it’s looking for information on the two specific countries. […]
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