US Cyber Command hasn’t had difficulty recruiting the more than 6,000 members of its cyber mission force even though there was early attrition due to the difficulty of the training, CYBERCOM Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. Kevin McLaughlin said Tuesday at ASC16. It’s too early to tell if CYBERCOM will be able to retain its experienced cyber warriors in the long-term future, but McLaughlin said he thinks retention bonuses and the chance to do things they wouldn’t be able to do in the private industry, including fighting in the cyber domain, will keep enough on board. “We pay a lot of attention to that, but our view is they’re not all going to leave,” McLaughlin said.
Details Murky as ARRW Falls Short in Second Test
March 24, 2023
The second all-up flight of the AGM-183A Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon on March 13 fell short of a fully successful test, but the Air Force isn’t saying what went wrong with the Lockheed Martin-built hypersonic missile. The defense giant's Missiles and Fire Control division recently said the ARRW is "ready…