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The Missouri National Guard will establish a cyber-threat response team at historic Jefferson Barracks in Mehlville.

The Computer Network Defense Team will have more than 25 personnel, mostly from the Army National Guard. It will work out of Building 27, a former barracks for cavalry soldiers built in 1898. The structure was recently chosen to be renovated for the National Guard intelligence program operated by the 35th Infantry Division.

Missouri will be the first state to fully staff a National Guard computer network defense team to respond to cyber threats. These attacks can by physical or Internet-related at both the state and national level.

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