Accurate time is crucial to our military. It enables all the warfighting functions of an expeditionary force: radio communications, network synchronization, information gathering, weapon systems, manned and unmanned systems, maneuvers, fires, electronic warfare and all types of sensors.
WASHINGTON (Army News Service) — The Army is the only service that didn’t create a separate military occupational specialty for offensive and defensive cyber, said Maj. Gen. Stephen Fogarty.
Mad Scientist is an Army Training and Doctrine Command initiative that continually explores the future through collaborative partnerships and continuous dialogue with academia, industry and government. Through this initiative, the Army helps shape future land operations in its role as a thought leader in the future of warfare.
An Army Reserve cyber Soldier is making the most of Army training opportunities to learn to better defend Army networks while developing a strong foundation for a civilian career.
FORT HOOD, Texas (June 7, 2016) — To support III Corps and its missions, the 504th Military Intelligence Brigade has some of the best and brightest minds operating the Army’s premier intelligence collection equipment. It is critical their equipment is professionally maintained and always mission ready.
It’s not just about shooting down drones. During this year’s cadet summer training, the Army Cyber Institute at West Point has assisted West Point’s Department of Military Instruction by introducing an “enemy” drone during Urban Operations training. This addition has enabled cadets to integrate common warrior tasks and battle drills to that of modern warfare by requiring them to defeat a remotely piloted aerial vehicle during their mission.