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Lt Col Andrew Wonpat

Interim Deputy Principal Cyber Advisor
Department of the Air Force


Lt Col Andrew Wonpat enlisted in the USNR in the cryptologic field, commissioned into the active duty Army Signal Corps, and then joined the Air National Guard's (ANG's) 175th Network Warfare Squadron. His military career is dominated by cyber operations and various staff assignments. Lt Col Wonpat's current military assignment is as Department of Air Force Principal Cyber Advisor Deputy (Acting). Previously, he served with USAF Futures exploring non-traditional force structure and future cyber capability development. He also served as Director of Joint Information Warfare at the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center where he stood up the Cyber, Information Operations, Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations, and Space Operations Mission Initiatives. Prior to that, he was the commander of a cyberspace operations squadron providing capabilities to USCYBERCOM. Andrew also led the ANG's CYDE CARS program which uses machine learning, cognitive, & biophysical markers to identify and assess personnel who demonstrate a higher propensity of successfully passing DoD's most rigorous cyber training. Lt Col Wonpat also worked with military and industry leaders in human performance to develop high performing cyber teams focused on trust, creativity, and critical thinking ( Additionally, he leads the Domestic Operations Team for the 175th Cyberspace Operations Group, MD ANG. In his industry role, he was a Director of Delivery supporting USG, SETA on the DARPA RADICS program, and SATCOM engineer supporting DISA and Dept of State.


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