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11143423080?profile=RESIZE_400xThe US President has chosen a US Air Force general to be the next head of US Cyber Command and the National Security Agency (NSA).  An Air Force official confirmed early in the 23rd, that the president nominated Air Force LT GEN Timothy Haugh, currently the deputy commander of Cyber Command at Fort Meade in Maryland.  This pick will be sent to the Senate, which must approve the nomination.

If confirmed, LT GEN Haugh will replace GEN Paul Nakasone, who has served as the head of the NSA and US Cyb

9236943889?profile=RESIZE_400xIn 1909, a new warfighting domain was created with the US Army’s purchase of the Wright Model A aircraft.  Back then, taking the fight to the air was unfamiliar and on the cutting edge of technology, but fast forward to today, the US Department of Defense finds itself once again facing new and unfamiliar warfighting domains and now, there is a sense of urgency to be ready.[1] 

“Up until two years ago, traditional communications squadrons were focused on information and technology (IT) support fo