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Implications of Service Cyberspace Component Commands for Army Cyberspace Operations

Authored by Mr. Jeffrey L. Caton.

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  • Added February 15, 2019
  • Type: Monograph
  • 142 Pages
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The emerging Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Mission Force includes forces from all military services that may reflect artifacts in their organization, training, and operation that are influenced by service cultures. Such diversity offers challenges and opportunities for senior leaders and policymakers entrusted with creating a joint force that can operate professionally in and through cyberspace. This monograph examines how the U.S. Army may benefit by adopting processes and practices from other service cyberspace forces to the operations of Army Cyber Command. It focuses on the central question: “What is the context in which different military services approach cyberspace component operations internally as well as with the DoD?” To address this question, the study is divided into four major sections:

      • First, the monograph provides a background of the mission and structure of U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) and the tenets of current joint cyberspace operations doctrine.

      • Second, it explores the mission, organization, training, and equipping of each of the four service cyberspace components as well as the Coast Guard contributions.

      • Third, it analyzes how the service components support the USCYBERCOM mission as well as common trends and service culture influences among their operations.

      • Fourth, the author provides recommendations for DoD and Army leaders to consider for the enhancement of joint and service cyberspace operations.

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