A couple of hours ago Congress and President Trump finally put to end the longest government shutdown in the history of the United States. But the next one we need to worry about may be only 8 months away.
I know it’s a few days late (sorry, been busy) but I would like to welcome the newest group of 170As to join the Corps.
A while ago, I came across the below series of Tweets from MG Mick Ryan (An Australian officer) that examines the intelligence failures of one of the most epic wars of mankind….the fight against the empire.
In all seriousness while this is a joking post (I tend to be more of a Star Trek guy myself anyway), there are actually some valid lessons illustrated.
Last week was the 6th annual Army Cyber Skills Challenge (ACSC) hosted by my home unit, 780th MI Brigade. If you don’t recall, I first wrote about ACSC about this time last year. This was the 2nd year in a row that I served as the OIC for the event, and it was truly bigger »
I was browsing through the 255N Facebook group when someone posted this comment that got a good discussion going. There were several great points that were brought up in the conversation and I posted a short answer myself but I thought that the topic deserved a little bit more discussion.
I want to take a minute and welcome the newest members of the Warrant Officer Corps.
For the first time in a very long time, the warrant officer promotion board results were actually released in the same FY as when the board actually met! First let me say congrats to everyone that was selected for promotion. Before I go into the numbers, let me preface this by saying that these numbers »
Late last week HRC released MILPER message 18-264 which announced applications for the Computer Network Operations Development Program (CNODP). For those of you not familiar with it, CNODP is the Army’s school for training future cyber tool developers.
Whenever the Army creates a new Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), they have to fill it with bodies initially that aren’t actually the MOS. In late 2013 the Army graduated its first class of the new 25D Cyber Network Defender MOS. Shorty there after, the 25D, were placed into the unit COMSEC vaults to do a job that they were never designed to do.
A few months ago, I wrote a story about the uproar that occurred after it was Strava released a heat map that showed it’s users working out and in the process revealed the location of classified military installations. Today the DOD announced that it had updated it’s policy for the use of personal and military owned wearable GPS devices.