As expected, Representative Mike Rogers (Alabama) has been named Chairman of the US House Armed Services Committee. While focused on disparate matters ranging from service member pay and benefits to the development of hypersonic and other next-generation aircraft, the congressman has been on record to call attention to training readiness and technology enablers of increasing importance to military training enterprises.
A team led by Lockheed Martin (I/ITSEC booths 689 & 1748) will support cyber readiness and training for up to 17,000 US Army civilian cyber personnel under an Other Transaction Agreement awarded by the US Army.
As delegates and exhibitors trek to 2022 I/ITSEC, Major General Shawn N. Bratton, Commander, Space Training and Readiness Command (STARCOM), shared insights and perspectives on his portfolio with MS&T Group Editor Marty Kauchak.
Khalifa University of Science and Technology and Leonardo are joining forces to offer certification and training programs through the Khalifa University Cyber Security Academy, an initiative based on the university’s research excellence and powered by Leonardo’s Cyber-Range platform.
A team of about 10 Pennsylvania National Guard cyber and computer security specialists are helping run Cyber Shield 2022, the U.S. Department of Defense’s largest unclassified cyber defense exercise involving approximately 800 National Guard cyber specialists as well as law enforcement, legal, government and corporate partners from across the country.
WithYouWithMe, an Australian tech start-up tackling the global digital skills crisis, has signed the Armed Forces Covenant – a promise by the nation that those who serve their country are treated fairly.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. was awarded a five-year single award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract renewal from the Federal Government for the Joint Cyber Analysis Course Training solutions.