A transition plan to move the entirety of Army Cyber Command to one site came to fruition last week, as the Army service command consolidated to its new headquarters at Fort Gordon in Augusta, GA.
Army Cyber Command was established in 2010 and conducts oversees the Army’s activities related to information operations and cyberspace.
“It’s not just a physical move. It’s not just a nice new facility,” Lt. Gen Stephen Fogarty, the commander of Army Cyber Command, said to reporters as reported by Army Times. Furthermore he said the new headquarters would be “a purpose-filled cyber weapons system.”
Army Cyber Command employs 16,500 soldiers, civilians and contract workers worldwide. The new facility will provide an added capacity of 1,200 personnel.
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