Army Cyber Command

United States Army Cyber Command directs and conducts integrated electronic warfare, information and cyberspace operations as authorized, or directed, to ensure freedom of action in and through cyberspace and the information environment, and to deny the same to our adversaries.

  Fleet Cyber Command/Tenth Fleet
The mission of Fleet Cyber Command is to serve as central operational authority for networks, cryptologic/signals intelligence, information operations, cyber, electronic warfare, and space capabilities in support of forces afloat and ashore; to direct Navy cyberspace operations globally to deter and defeat aggression and to ensure freedom of action to achieve military objectives in and through cyberspace; to organize and direct Navy cryptologic operations worldwide and support information operations and space planning and operations, as directed; to execute cyber missions as directed; to direct, operate, maintain, secure, and defend the Navy's portion of the Department of Defense Information Networks (DoDIN); to deliver integrated cyber, information operations, cryptologic, and space capabilities; to deliver a global Navy cyber common operational picture; to develop, coordinate, assess, and prioritize Navy cyber, cryptologic/signals intelligence, space, information operations, and electronic warfare requirements; to assess Navy cyber readiness; and to exercise administrative and operational control of assigned forces.

     Air Forces Cyber/Twenty-Fourth Air Force

The establishment of 24th Air Force, under Air Force Space Command, enables cross-domain synergy, while aligning common technical expertise to present Air Force cyber forces to the joint fight. Consolidating cyberspace combat forces within a cyber-focused numbered air force emphasizes their operational nature, establishes a nexus of existing Air Force combat experience in the domain and allows flexibility for future growth.

     Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command

Commander, Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command (COMMARFORCYBERCOM), as the Marine Corps service component commander for the Commander, U.S. Cyber Command (CDRUSCYBERCOM), represents Marine Corps capabilities and interests; advises CDRUSCYBERCOM on the proper employment and support of Marine Corps forces; and coordinates deployment, employment, and redeployment planning and execution of attached forces.