Biographies
Chief of Staff, USCYBERCOM
Maj. Gen. John B. Morrison, Jr., USA
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Commander, USCYBERCOM
Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, USA
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Deputy Commander, USCYBERCOM
Vice Adm. Ross Myers, USN
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Senior Enlisted Leader, USCYBERCOM
Master Gunnery Sgt. Scott Stalker, USMC
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Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level cyber exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
Cyber Flag 19 is a tactical-level exercise focused on the continued building of a community of defensive cyber operators and the improvement of the overall capability of the U.S. and partner nations to defend U.S. critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) and the Department of Defense Information Networks (DODIN).
USCYBERCOM Senior Enlisted Leader
Official USCYBERCOM photo for Deputy Commander Navy Vice Adm. Ross Myers
David Luber, USCYBERCOM Executive Director
A member of the Ministry of Defense of Montenegro and a U.S. Cyber Command Airman, pose for a photo during Defensive Cooperation at Podgorica, Montenegro, Sept. 28, 2018. The U.S. and NATO Allies and partners are working together to provide agile forces to respond to 21st century security challenges – including cyber, hybrid and unconventional threats. Defensive Cyber cooperation is part of U.S. Cyber Command and U.S. European Command effort to support NATO allies and European partners by helping build their cyber defense capabilities. This collaboration builds cyber defense capabilities while enabling the teams to learn from one another and demonstrates that we will not tolerate foreign malign influence on the democratic processes of our allies and partners or in the U.S (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Craig Jensen)
A U.S. Cyber Command Airman and a member of the Ministry of Defense of Montenegro review simulated cyber threat information during Defensive Cooperation at Podgorica, Montenegro, Sept. 28, 2018. Defensive cyber cooperation is part of U.S. Cyber Command and U.S. European Command effort to support NATO allies and European partners by helping build their cyber defense capabilities. This collaboration builds cyber defense capabilities while enabling the teams to learn from one another and demonstrates that we will not tolerate foreign malign influence on the democratic processes of our allies and partners or in the U.S. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Craig Jensen)
A U.S. Cyber Command Airman reviews simulated cyber threat information during Cyber Defensive Cooperation at Podgorica, Montenegro, Sept. 28, 2018. Defensive cyber cooperation is part of U.S. Cyber Command and U.S. European Command efforts to support NATO allies and European partners by helping build their cyber defense capabilities. This collaboration builds cyber defense capabilities while enabling the teams to learn from one another and demonstrates that we will not tolerate foreign malign influence on the democratic processes of our allies and partners or in the U.S. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Craig Jensen)
U.S. Defense Cyberspace Operators, assigned to U.S. Cyber Command and members of the Ministry of Defense of Montenegro, pose for a photo during Cyber Defensive Cooperation at Podgorica, Montenegro, Sept. 28, 2018. Defensive Cyber cooperation is part of U.S. Cyber Command and U.S. European Command effort to support NATO allies and European partners by helping build their cyber defense capabilities. This collaboration builds cyber defense capabilities while enabling the teams to learn from one another and demonstrates that we will not tolerate foreign malign influence on the democratic processes of our allies and partners or in the U.S. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Craig Jensen)
Bio photo for Army Gen. Paul Nakasone, commander of U.S. Cyber Command, director of the National Security Agency, and chief of the Central Security Service.
Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers, Commander, USCYBERCOM, gives remarks at the 2017 Cyber Guard exercise June 12, 2017. Cyber Guard is a weeklong exercise conducted in June to test and exercise the men and women of U.S. Cyber Command's Cyber Mission Force and interagency partner teams from across federal and state organizations tasked with defending critical infrastructure. During his opening remarks, Rogers set the tone regarding the challenge of the exercise. "What I constantly tell the team leads is it's about pushing the envelope. It's about challenging your teams, and it's about trying different things."
Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers, Commander, USCYBERCOM, center, takes the unit colors from Army Maj. Gen. Paul Nakasone during the Cyber National Mission Force change of command ceremony here Sept. 20, 2016. Navy Rear Adm. T. J. White, left, waits to officially take command of the unit. Nakasone was the second commander of the CNMF and will become the commander of Army Cyber Command
Navy Rear Adm. T. J. White, left, takes the unit colors from Adm. Michael S. Rogers, Commander, USCYBERCOM, to become the third commander of the Cyber National Mission Force. The CNMF plans, directs and synchronizes full-spectrum cyberspace operations to deter, disrupt, and if necessary, defeat adversary cyber actors to defend the nation.
A Soldier works on his laptop during the Cyber Guard 2017 exercise June 13, 2017. Cyber Guard is a weeklong exercise that tests and exercises the men and women of U.S. Cyber Command's Cyber Mission Force and interagency partner teams from across federal and state organizations tasked with defending critical infrastructure.
Sailors work together at a joint cyber training center during an April 2017 exercise.