Today the Air Force Cyber College put out a call for those interested in having a voice in the “cyber conversation” in an email from Dr. Panayotis Yannakogeorgos. The email says that the Cyber College seeks three individuals who are “passionate about teaching and cyber” and that the position has a focus on cyberspace strategies, policies, theories, and operations. The requirements are high, though. Be ready with your record of publication, broad knowledge of military strategy and doctrine, strategy, thought and theory, history, joint/combined planning, and war-fighting strategies. Recipients of the email are encouraged to apply and/or share the application link with their networks.

The USA Jobs posting states that “The Air Force Cyber College seeks applicants for positions in cyber warfare studies, with a preference for candidates working on problems at the intersection of cyberpower, national security and military operations. A successful candidate will be expected to teach, conduct research, & assist in academic program development.”


Read the full email below:

Make a Difference

Are you looking to make a difference in the cyber conversation?
We have the perfect position for you. We are looking for three individuals who are passionate about teaching…and cyber. If that is you, keep reading. If not, please share this with someone who you think may be interested.

Apply Here

What we are looking for.
This position has a particular focus on cyberspace strategies, policies, theories, and operations.

The faculty position requires a broad knowledge of the ways and means by which the US (and, in particular, the US Air Force) is developing the strategies, policies, capabilities, and organizations to defend the nation in cyberspace.

Also desired is a record of publication, broad knowledge of service and/or joint military strategy and doctrine, national military strategy, military thought and theory, military history, joint/combined planning, and joint and combined war-fighting strategies.

Academic curriculum development and teaching experience at the graduate level and/or extensive relevant professional experience is highly desired.

One last thing.
Please share this email with your professional networks, or anyone you may think would be interested.

Dr. Panayotis Yannakogeorgos at