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Cyber Command’s Rotation ‘problem’ Exacerbates Talent Shortage Amid Growing Digital Threat


Summarized by the Alliance for Fort Gordon
Published August 25th, 2022

​​​​​​​U.S. Cyber Command lost yet another seasoned leader earlier this month.

Lt. Gen. Charles “Tuna” Moore, second in command behind Gen. Paul Nakasone, retired after serving roughly five years at Cyber Command. By all accounts, he was an effective, impressive figure, having completed a Harvard Kennedy School cybersecurity program in 2019 and advancing through the ranks to help oversee the military’s primary digital warfare unit at an increasingly critical time for cyber defenses.

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