Cyber soldiers and a Marine graduated from the 11-month Tool Developer Qualification Course in a ceremony July 13 hosted by the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade (Cyber) at Fort Meade’s Post Theater. The United States Army has partnered with the University of Maryland Baltimore County to train soldiers and Marines to become cyberspace capability developers. The nation’s demand makes the retention of cyberspace soldiers more challenging; in addition to a unique mission set, however, programs like 170D, cyber capabilities developer technician warrant officer recruitment.
Stover: Fort Meade: Cyberspace developer’s course critical to retention and national security
July 21, 2021