Tag Archives: U.S. Army Forces Command

Army Program Pairs Active, Reserve Components for Tactical Exercises

California Army National Guard’s 79th Infantry Brigade Combat Team has joined a U.S. Army Forces Command program that pairs National Guard and Reserve units with active BCTs for joint planning, interoperability and training exercises, the Army News Service reported Thursday. David Vergun writes the 79th Infantry BCT trained with the 1st Armored Division’s 4th Battalion, …

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Patricia Frost: Army Cybercom Aims to Build Cyber Electromagnetic Capabilities Through Expeditionary Exercises

A U.S. Army Cyber Command official has said the command has launched expeditionary cyber exercises designed to help combatant commanders and troops build up capabilities in cyber electromagnetic activities and assess potential threats, the Army reported Tuesday. Brig. Gen. Patricia Frost, deputy commanding general for operations at the Army Cyber …

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Gen. Mark Milley: Readiness Remains US Army’s Top Priority

Gen. Mark Milley was inducted into office as the new U.S. Army chief of staff at a ceremony in Fort Myer, Virginia on Friday, Army Times reported. Milley takes over from Gen. Ray Odierno, who has retired after nearly 40 years in service, Michelle Tan reports. During the swearing-in event, Milley reiterated his intentions to keep …

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Army Intell Hub Pilots Tactical Engagement Team for DCGS-A Training

The U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence has partnered with the Training and Doctrine Command Capability Manager=Sensor Processing, Distributed Common Ground System-Army team to design the tactical engagement team concept for mission command functions. The Army said Tuesday that the TeT concept calls on military intelligence subject-matter personnel to train operational soldiers on how …

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