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Cyber Force Advocates Push for New, Separate Military Branch

By    |   Friday, 12 April 2024 09:51 AM EDT

The six-decade proliferation of commercial and military satellites, orbital weapons, and potential colonization of the galaxy finally convinced the U.S. government that it needed a fifth branch to its armed forces, the Space Force. Now, some are arguing for a sixth branch.

Retired Rear Adm. Mark Montgomery and Erica Lonergan of Columbia University last month authored a report recommending the creation of a U.S. Cyber Force – a 10,000-person division to recruit, train, and develop computer specialists "for both the offense and defensive aspects of military cyber operations."

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The six-decade proliferation of commercial and military satellites, orbital weapons, and potential colonization of the galaxy finally convinced the U.S. government that it needed a fifth branch to its armed forces, the Space Force.
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