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Soldiers, Vendors Participate in Army Cyber Quest Drill

The U.S. Army has conducted a month-long cybersecurity exercise that aimed to test soldiers’ ability to detect unusual network activities and avert cyber attacks, Defense Systems reported Monday. Twenty-seven vendors and more than 300 service members took part in the service branch’s Cyber Quest event, according to the report. Soldiers …

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DHS, ARL Unveil Virtual Training Platform for First Responders to Active Shooter Incidents

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has collaborated with the Army Research Laboratory to deploy a new virtual training platform that works to help first responders coordinate their tactics for active shooter incidents. DHS said Monday the Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment is a free multiplayer online tool that is …

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Army Seeks Director to Lead Intell CoE for Capabilities Devt & Integration

The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command is looking for a professional to serve as director of the service branch’s Intelligence Center of Excellence for Capabilities Development and Integration at Fort Huachuca in Arizona. A USAJobs notice published June 5 says the selected applicant will develop and implement a synchronized strategy to determine the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance …

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Lt. Gen. HR McMaster Named National Security Adviser

Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, director of the Army Capabilities Integration Center, has been selected by President Donald Trump to serve as national security adviser, The New York Times reported Monday. Peter Baker and Michael Gordon write that McMaster, a West Point graduate, will continue to stay on active duty. McMaster is “a …

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