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U.S. Soldiers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 20th Field Artillery Regiment, work with the Autonomous Multi-Domain Launcher (AML), on a Palletized Load System (PLS) using a Remote Interface Unit (RIU) as a part of Project Convergence 22 at Fort Irwin, California, Oct. 31, 2022. (U.S. Army photo by SPC Collin S. MacKown)

The Army is embracing central delivery of services

The Army doesn't want to wait to develop requirements for every solution if a central service can satisfy a need for many.
U.S. Soldiers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 20th Field Artillery Regiment, work with the Autonomous Multi-Domain Launcher (AML), on a Palletized Load System (PLS) using a Remote Interface Unit (RIU) as a part of Project Convergence 22 at Fort Irwin, California, Oct. 31, 2022. (U.S. Army photo by SPC Collin S. MacKown)

Army planning ‘over a dozen’ events on top of Project Convergence to refine new tech next year

The smaller events will continuously test and improve operational technologies that have previously been established, particularly in the data operations space.
A U.S. soldier of 4th Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment, 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), communicates over the radio during Saber Junction 18 at the U.S. Army’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, Sept. 23 , 2018. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Dhy’Nysha Shaw)

Iterative development paradigm shift to fielding network equipment is paying dividends for Army

Army officials say a paradigm shift tin how it develops and fields network equipment has made a difference.
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6 Lt. Gen. John B. Morrison, Jr. highlighted Army Risk Management Framework reforms during keynote remarks at the three-day Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association’s TechNet Cyber event at the Baltimore Convention Center on April 26, 2022. (DoD photo)

Army to kick off ‘bring your own device’ pilot in coming weeks

The initiative will allow soldiers to plug their personal IT devices into Army networks.
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Capt. Seth Hayden of the Army Cyber Protection Brigade monitors exercise progress in the white team operations area for exercise Operation Tiger Stance, at the Indiana National Guard’s Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Butlerville, Ind., Aug. 23, 2018. (Photo by Bill Roche)

Army to double size of active-duty cyber corps

The authorized strength of the service's Cyber Corps is projected to increase from just over 3,000 personnel today to just over 6,000 by 2030.
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