Chief of Signal Message
Signal Regiment Still Leading the Way
MG LaWarren Patterson
On 28 March 2014, the U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon, was renamed the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence.
The quiet ceremony, with over 150 guests and local civic leaders on hand, belied the significance of the event—a recognition of the increasing importance of cyberwarfare in our Profession of Arms. The ability to exploit the digital domain will usher in a new form of warfare—and the Signal Regiment is already at the leading edge of this shift.
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INVESTING TO SECURE THE FUTURE
By Mr. Steve Townsend, and Dr. Stephen B. Chaney
This article offers a prospectus of what the U.S. Army Cyber and Signal Force must accomplish from a proponency perspective as expressed in the Force 2025 & Beyond concept framework.
You should gain an understanding of what Force 2025 & Beyond is and why it is important. The implications of the concept to the LandCyber Force are explored, and strategies of science and technology investments that position the Army for overmatch are considered.
Army Researchers Looking to Blend Electronic Warfare
By Kristen Kushiyama
As new technologies emerge and new cyber and electronic warfare threats plague Soldiers in the field, U.S. Army scientists and engineers continue to define next-generation protocols and system architectures to help develop technology capabilities to combat these threats in an integrated and expedited fashion.
As part of the Integrated Cyber and Electronic Warfare, or ICE, program, the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command's Communications-Electronics Center, known as CERDEC, researches the technologies, standards and architectures to support the use of common mechanisms used for the rapid development and integration of third-party cyber and electronic warfare, or EW, capabilities.
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