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The Army is putting cyber, electronic warfare teams in its BCTs

Wednesday, February 21, 2018   (0 Comments)

By: Todd South  |  Feb. 20, 2018  |  ArmyTimes

Years of training led Army Cyber Command to develop expeditionary cyber-electromagnetic teams that can be tailored to the needs of brigade commanders for specific missions and deployments.

The next step is bringing that capability to the division- and corps-levels of the Army, officials said.

Over the past three years, since the Army launched the Cyber Support to Corps and Below pilot in 2015, teams have conducted nine rotations at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California, refining their Cyber-Electromagnetic Activities Team structure.

Maj. Gen. John Morrison, commander of the Cyber Center of Excellence, told C4ISRNET last year that by creating such teams the Army can “bring together and really start getting after the basic tenets of multi-domain battle in a fused, synchronized and integrated fashion, [which] is something the Army really has to start getting after...”  READ MORE

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