The 688th Cyberspace Wing, headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, is aligned under Sixteenth Air Force (Air Forces Cyber), Air Combat Command. The wing is the Air Force's premier cyberspace warfighting organization dedicated to delivering actionable intelligence and tactics, techniques, and procedures, deployable warfighter communications, engineering and installation capabilities, defensive cyber operations, and network security operations across the Air Force Information Network enterprise.

Mission: Engineer, build, operate, secure, defend and extend the Air Force cyberspace domain to enable and assure Air Force core missions and the Joint fight.

Vision: High performance team committed to each other, mission assurance and cyberspace dominance!

  • Mission partner shares importance of DoD observance of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month

    Capt. Hanna Sparks, Military Personnel Flight Commander, 802nd Force Support Squadron, 502nd Air Base Wing—one of our mission partners at Joint Base San Antonio—summarized the importance of last month’s May observance of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
  • 690 ISS First Sergeant implements holistic health in the work place

    “Working in SCIFS isn’t always the most fun,” said 1st Sgt. Matthew Hernandez, of the 690th Intelligence Support Squadron. “Lack of phones and natural light can wear on people. Additionally, too much blue light--caused by fluorescent lights-- can affect a person’s natural rhythm.” Hernandez led the initiative to install 30 Octo lights in his Squadron’s work space. He collaborated with his commander and the 688th Cyberspace Wing Religious Support Team in order to use quality of life funds to bring the lights to his Squadron.
  • 85th EIS leads $1.2 million air traffic control tower project

    The 85th Engineering Installation Squadron was requested by the 72nd Operations Support Squadron to relocate an existing Air Traffic Control tower equipment into a new tower as part of a $1.2 million modernization project at Tinker Air Force Base, Okla.
  • 85th EIS enables air power at Tyndall Air Force Base

    The 85th Engineering Installation Squadron was requested by Tyndall AFB’s 325th Training Support Squadron, Tyndall Enterprise Live Mission Operation Center, to perform a preventative maintenance inspection on one of their remote antenna sites.
  • Application Window for FY21 LEAP Officer and Enlisted Selection Board Open 3 May – 16 July

    The Air Force Culture and Language Center (AFCLC) is accepting applications to the Language Enabled Airman Program (LEAP). Regular Active Duty Officer and Enlisted members from the Air Force and Space Force may apply online 3 May through 16 July 2021.