Services Still Catching Up To Meet CYBERCOM's Demand For Forces

By Sebastian Sprenger / February 26, 2014 at 4:38 PM
It will take the services roughly two more years until they can supply U.S. Cyber Command with the kinds of qualified forces needed to carry out missions, according to an official proposed for a key slot in the Defense Department's emerging governance structure for military cyberspace. "There has been significant progress by each of the services in meeting the training goals, but because this is a multiyear effort, we don't expect to see full maturation across the Cyber Mission Force...

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