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Sacramento State to host virtual summer camp for faculty

With classes set to take place online for the fall semester, the university's online summer camp will help faculty improve their online classes enhance the virtual experience…
Maj. Gen. Bruce Crawford, Commander of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, and Brig. Gen. Paul Rogers, Deputy Commander of the 46th Military Police Command discuss the future opportunities to expand the Michigan National Guard capabilities across the state during Exercise Northern Strike 17 Aug. 8, 2017. Northern Strike 17 is a National Guard Bureau-sponsored exercise uniting approximately 5,000 service members from 13 states and five coalition countries during the first two weeks of August 2017 at the Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center and the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center, both located in northern Michigan and operated by the Michigan National Guard. The newly accredited Northern Strike demonstrates the Michigan National Guard’s ability to provide accessible, readiness-building opportunities for military units from all service branches to achieve and sustain proficiency in conducting mission command, air, sea and ground maneuver integration, together with synchronization of fires in a joint, multinational, decisive action environment. (Michigan National Guard photo by Spc. Alan Prince)

Inside the Army’s rapid IT response to COVID-19, with Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford

In an exclusive interview, Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford describes the Army's ability to rapidly adapt and innovate during the coronavirus pandemic and how it led to continued…
Joint Service members and civilians perform deployed disbursing operations during Exercise Diamond Saber 2019 at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 26, 2019. Approximately 680 active duty, reserve and National Guard Soldiers, Airmen, Marines and Department of Defense civilian employees from 45 different organizations worldwide are taking part in Diamond Saber 2019, the Army’s only large-scale financial management exercise. (Army photo by Russell Gamache)

The Army’s financial management systems have enough tech. Here’s what they need next.

Hint: It involves people.
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U. South Florida to offer cybersecurity courses for K-12 districts

The new program, which launches at schools in three Tampa-area counties this fall, will stress the importance of IT security and attempt to create talent pipeline to…
U.S. Air Force Special Tactics operators from the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron establish communications during an airfield survey as part of a culmination exercise Mar. 10, 2020, at McChord Air Force Base, Wash. The CULEX challenged the operators to perform airfield survey and control procedures in a potentially austere environment in order to simulate humanitarian aid response during a natural disaster. Special Tactics is U.S. Special Operations Command’s tactical air and ground integration force, and the Air Force’s only special operations ground force, leading global access, precision strike, personnel recovery and battlefield surgery operations on the battlefield. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ridge Shan)

Air Force wants cyber experts to ‘make a living’ off hacking its tech

The Air Force wants to do so many bug bounties that hackers can "make a living" off it. Eventually, hackers will be a brought into the design…