As the Army Cyber Command continues to operate in the ever-evolving domain of technological warfighting, it wrestles with tough questions about personnel.
The military as a whole is in the process of building 133 cyber mission teams with responsibilities for offensive cyber operations, defensive cyber operations and operating DoD’s own networks. The Army will contribute 41 teams to that joint effort out of a cadre of soldiers it’s building under the auspices of Army Cyber Command, which formally stood up just three years ago.
But Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, Army Cyber Command’s commander, said for now, it’s impossible to tell whether that force is too big or too small.
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by Tactical-Life / Oct 28, 2013