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Profile: Lt. Gen. James McLaughlin, Cybercom Deputy Commander

Lt. Gen. James McLaughlin serves as deputy commander of the U.S. Cyber Command. The 33-year Air Force veteran oversees and coordinates cyber defense programs and missions for computer network infrastructures across the Defense Department. Prior to his current role, McLaughlin was commander of the Air Forces Cyber and 24th Air Force. He also …

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Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn Takes Command of DISA

Army Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn has officially assumed his duties as the new director of the Defense Information Systems Agency and commander of the Joint Force Headquarters – DoD Information Networks. DISA said Thursday a ceremony held at agency headquarters also highlighted the work of Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins Jr., the retiring former DISA …

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James McLaughlin: Air Force Eyes ‘Proactive Stance’ in Cybersecurity

Maj. Gen. James McLaughlin, formerly 24th Air Force commander, credited the soldiers under his command for their work to bolster the service’s cyber defense in his farewell address to the organization. McLaughlin said at the Aug. 5 ceremony that soldiers have taken steps to defend the digital landscape, operate the Air Force Information Network, protect …

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James McLaughlin Nominated as Cybercom Deputy Commander

James McLaughlin, head of the 24th Air Force and Air Forces Cyber, has been nominated by President Barack Obama to serve as the next deputy commander for the U.S. Cyber Command. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Tuesday that McLaughlin would also elevate from the rank of major general to lieutenant …

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