Neurons connect at US Army's CyberCenter of Excellence [Image 8 of 14]
AUGUSTA, GA, UNITED STATES
Navy Commander Kevin Blenkhorn, a computer sciences professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, works with his Joint Services teammates during the U.S. Army’s ‘Cyber Center of Excellence’, Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia, hosted a multi-service ‘NetWar’ to show, and build, cyber Warrior capabilities Tuesday, June 10. Twenty-eight Soldiers, Airmen, Navy and Marine Corps computer professionals comprised four teams representing the U.S. Army’s active, reserve and National Guard with one Joint-services team that included a U.S. Special Operations Command civilian. The scenarios tasked teams to reach three kinetic objectives given notional operation orders and varying levels of difficulty. Manipulating in miniaturized city structures the mimicry encouraged communication and knowledge sharing. U.S. Army Captain Rock Stevens, 781st Military Intelligence, Fort Meade, Md., U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Tim Garcia, also a computer science professor with the Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Matthew Corby a Ft. Gordon cyber warfare operator and U. S. SOCOM’s Jonathan Campbell reinforced the teams combined efforts.(Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Tracy J. Smith)
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