Governor Visits

Governor Visits

Gov. Nathan Deal speaks to reporters Jan. 24th following his visit to the CCoE and Fort Gordon. Deal and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle visited the installation to learn more about the critical military work performed here.
Telephone Service

Telephone Service

Instructor Staff Sgt. David Willis shows PFC Ryan Byers how to properly operate an AN/PRC-150 Harris radio. Byers is training to be a 25C Radio Operator-Maintainer at the Army Signal School.
Leader Development

Leader Development

First Lieutenants Craig Wike (left) and David Choe discuss a project during an officer leadership class. Wike and Choe are students in the Army Cyber School's Cyber Captains Career Course.
Maintenance Instructor

Maintenance Instructor

Instructor Steven Joubert explains the proper operation of a radio terminal to Soldiers attending the CCoE's Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer Course. Students in the 15-week course also learn how to perform maintenance on a number of security devices and power generators.
School's Back in Session

School's Back in Session

Sgt. Andrew Been, a student in the Nodal Network Operator and Maintainer Course, works to establish a connection to a combat network radio. Been and other CCoE students returned to school January 4 following the holiday break.
Cyber First

Cyber First

Cyber Operations Technician CWO5 Paul Gross finishes his first week of work of the new year at the U.S. Army Cyber School. In late December, Gross became the first 170A chief warrant officer promoted to the rank of CWO5.
Network know-how

Network know-how

Students talk about a scenario while participating in Cyber Common Technical Core training at the U.S. Army Cyber School. The training at the CCoE and Fort Gordon prepares the students to help defend communications networks.
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Welcome to the Cyber COE

    The Cyber CoE is the U.S. Army's force modernization proponent for Cyberspace Operations, Signal/Communications Networks and Information Services, and Electronic Warfare (EW), and is responsible for developing related doctrine, organizational, training, materiel, leadership/education, personnel, and facility solutions. A major aspect of the CCoE's mission is the training, education, and development of world-class, highly skilled Signal, Cyber, and EW professionals supporting operations at the strategic, operational, and tactical level.
    Today's broad and rapidly changing global operational environment means the Department of Defense and the nation are required to function within an increasingly competitive, congested, and contested cyberspace and electromagnetic spectrum. Ultimately, the CCoE must enable commanders and leaders to seize, retain, and exploit freedom of action in both the land and cyberspace domains, while simultaneously denying and degrading the adversary use of the same.