Maj. Gen. David Isaacson Named Cybercom Chief of Staff

David Isaacson
David Isaacson

Maj. Gen. David Isaacson — director of architecture, operations, networks and space in the U.S. Army's Office of the Chief Information Officer/G-6 — has been named chief of staff at U.S. Cyber Command. Chief of Staff of the Army James McConville announced Isaacson's new assignment in a press release published Thursday.

Isaacson led mission command strategy, guidance and policy for the service branch's Global Enterprise Network in his previous capacity. Earlier in his military career, he served as signal squadron commander in the Combat Applications Group and as J-6 operations officer at the Joint Special Operations Command.

Isaacson also held the positions of deputy chief of staff for G-6 at Army Forces Command, deputy commanding general of Army Network Enterprise Technology Command and combined information environment division chief  in the Joint Staff's J-6 directorate.

The Auburn University graduate also supported the global war on terrorism, overseas contingencies and other military campaigns such as Operation Desert Shield/Storm. His decorations include the Combat Action and Military Freefall badges.

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