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Luc Dunn
Despite budget cuts, network acquisition and modernization must remain key aspects of readiness – the Army’s number one priority. “You can’t have a ready Army unless you have a network that’s resilient, available and meeting the needs of the...
AUSA Staff
The Army is on track for a February launch of the first advanced individual training cyber course for enlisted soldiers as discussions continue about working with private-sector companies on long-term training. Cyber operations specialists, with the...
Luc Dunn
The Joint Information Environment (JIE) will provide much-needed additional security and efficiency for military cyber operations, experts said at the Association of the U.S. Army’s Hot Topic forum on Army networks. Lt. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sorenson, USA...
Luc Dunn
Due to the speed of emerging threats and the exponential growth of the cyber domain, it is critical that the Army maintains a quality signal, cyber and intel workforce, and continues to improve cyber capabilities. That was the message at a panel...
David Vergun, Army News Service
President Barack Obama awarded retired Army Lt. Col. Charles Kettles the Medal of Honor during a White House Ceremony on Monday, July 18. MOH1.jpg President Barack Obama presents the Medal of Honor to retired Lt. Col. Charles Kettles for conspicuous...
Civil Affairs Association
The value of Civil Affairs (CA) has become increasingly apparent – it remains a national strategic capability that consolidates political-military gains and helps post-conflict transition from war to peace and from military to civilian lead. It also...
AUSA Staff
Twenty-six AUSA chapter presidents and four region presidents attended an Association two-and-a-half day training program focusing on membership and chapter operations. Welcomed to the national headquarters in Arlington, Va., by retired Gen. Carter...