Army Cyber Command Soldiers present unit patches to seal partnership with Air Force cyber development organization
Patrick Webster (left) and Senior Airman Jeremy Steinacker (center) examine a unit patch held by Lt. Col. Clay Bowers, commander of Detachment Texas, 782nd Military Intelligence Battalion, during a recent patch presentation at Joint Base San Antonio-... (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL

Soldiers from the Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber element and the 782nd Military Intelligence Battalion recently presented unit patches to Airmen of the 90th Cyber Operations Squadron as a symbol of partnership, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

The 90th COS recently developed a capability that will help ARCYBER teams accomplish a mission requirement and is working to help meet future Army Cyber requirements.

Lt. Col. Clay Bowers, commander of Detachment Texas, 782nd MI Battalion, and Maj. Jason Seales, Team Lead for the 403 Cyber Mission Team, presented their Air Force partners with ARCYBER and 105 Cyber Mission Team patches donated by JFHQ-C and 105 CMT members.

Leadership from the 90th COS, including commander Lt. Col. Jacob Ames; director of operations Capt. Ryan Magaw; and operations officer Ryan Knight, along with three of the 90th's developers, accepted the patches, which they plan to display in their team areas as tangible symbols of appreciation and the units' partnership.