US Cyber Command, the nascent organization at Fort Meade, Md., for overseeing cyberspace operations across the US military, is getting its arms around the various roles and missions in the rapidly expanding domain, and building a “unified vision,” said Robert Butler, deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy, Wednesday. From the onset, CYBERCOM has worked to bring inside the various arms of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Navy to do classic command and control activities, Butler told defense reporters in Washington, D.C. It has also made progress in sorting out the services’ plans for organizing, training, and equipping, and “the roles and relationships” of their various responsibilities through a series of meetings with CYBERCOM boss Army Gen. Keith Alexander, he said. “You now have a unifying vision, a unifying direction” so that the commanders of the services’ cyber components and other cyber officials “can see where they need to plug in,” said Butler.
Details Murky as ARRW Falls Short in Second Test
March 24, 2023
The second all-up flight of the AGM-183A ARRW hypersonic missile apparently fell short of expectations, but the AIr Force isn't saying how, reporting only that the test met "several of the objectives" of the test. Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control recently said he company is "ready to go" to…