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MILCOM 2011: US Army commands address cyber and C4ISR challenges

8th November 2011 - 18:44 GMT | by Andrew White

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The US armed forces must continue to push ahead with the development of cyber doctrine as budget restrictions reduce the amount of C4ISR equipment available to the warfighter, senior service officials have warned.

Addressing the MILCOM conference in Baltimore on 8 November, Maj Gen Randolph Strong, Commander of US Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), and Lt Gen Rhett Hernandez, Commander of the US Army Cyber Command, both outlined their vision of the future in relation to the current and future operating environments.

'We are no longer bound by the heavy, kinetic and man-centric warfare of the past. Instead, we require precision

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