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09/20/2022
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Today's newsletter is an Air Force-heavy one as the DefenseScoop team is locked and loaded with coverage of the Air Force Association's Air, Space & Cyber conference in National Harbor, Md. Secretary Frank Kendall on Monday announced a new office for the service's command, control, communications and battle management, or C3BM. And we've got the scoop on a new directive from Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks requiring DOD components to appoint data officers. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 20, 2022.

Air Force taps Brig. Gen. Luke Cropsey to head new integrated C3 battle management program

Air Force leadership appointed Brig. Gen. Luke Cropsey to serve as the first integrating program executive officer for the department’s command, control, communications and battle management, or C3BM. Brandi Vincent reports.


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Hicks gives OSD components a deadline to name data chiefs

Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks has directed every component within the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) to designate its own data officer by Oct. 15, according to a new memorandum obtained by DefenseScoop. Brandi has the scoop on this.


Officials hope software factory for Air Force cyber operations squadron could be a retention and recruiting boon

The Air Force’s 90th Cyberspace Operations Squadron, which does capability development for offensive and defensive cyber operations, will be opening a software factory in a completely unclassified corporate working space in downtown San Antonio, Texas, in October. More from Mark Pomerleau on the new software factory.


Pacific Air Forces working through operating concepts for robotic wingmen

The Pacific Air Forces component of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command has started developing concepts of operation for drones that could accompany manned aircraft into battle, the commander of PACAF told reporters Monday. Jon Harper has this one.


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