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Gen. Darren McDew: Cybersecurity a Priority at Transcom

Gen. Darren McDew, the White House nominee to lead the U.S. Transportation Command, told a Senate panel that network security will be among his priorities at Transcom if he is confirmed, DoD News reported Tuesday. Jim Garamone writes that McDew, who is currently commander of Air Mobility Command, believes Transcom is …

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AF Gen. Darren McDew Nominated to Lead US Transportation Command

U.S. Air Force Gen. Darren McDew, commander of the Air Mobility Command at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, has received nomination as commander of the U.S. Transportation Command. The Defense Department said Friday McDew will still be assigned at Scott AFB after his nomination pushes through. The general was promoted to his current …

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Gen. Paul Selva: Transcom Monitors Cyber Threats to Logistics Operations

The U.S. Transportation Command has partnered with intelligence and law enforcement agencies to form a joint command-and-control center that works to protect its computer systems and data from cyber threats, Reuters reported Thursday. Andrea Shalal writes that Transcom Commander Gen. Paul Selva said that his main concern is the potential for the manipulation or destruction of …

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Paul Selva Nominated to Lead Transportation Command

U.S. Air Force Gen. Paul Selva has been nominated by President Barack Obama to lead Transportation Command, Defense News reported Friday. Aaron Mehta writes that if confirmed, Selva would succeed Gen. William Fraser II, who has served as Transcom commander since October 2011. Selva currently serves as head of Air Mobility …

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Air Force CIO to Retire

Lt. Gen. William Lord will retire as the U.S. Air Force’s chief information officer at the end of July after three years of service, FedScoop reported Tuesday. Lt. Gen. Michael Balsa, who currently serves as vice commander of the Air Force Space Command, will succeed Lord, according to his official …

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