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Pete M. Hay, lead instructor with Focal Point Academy,

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Pete M. Hay, lead instructor with Focal Point Academy,

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Pete M. Hay, lead instructor with Focal Point Academy, gives a block of instruction on malicious network traffic as part of Cyber Shield 17 at Camp Williams, Utah, April 28, 2017. Cyber Shield 17 is the sixth iteration of this training exercise and this year unites the Army National Guard with members of the Air National Guard, Army Reserve, and civilians from private companies, state government agencies, federal agencies, industry partners, and academia. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Michael Giles)

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27/04/2017
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