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CACI’s Michael Basla: USAF Should Operationalize Cyber Airmen Across 5 Mission Areas

Michael Basla

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 8, 2017 — Michael Basla, a senior vice president and U.S. Air Force client executive at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has said the service branch’s cyber training should cover the mission areas of command and control; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; global strike; rapid global mobility; and air and space superiority, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 25.

Signal Magazine reported Oct. 24 that Basla noted during a panel that the Air Force should work to operationalize cyber airmen and deploy them at every level across the five mission areas.

“In order for our cyber airmen to be cyber warriors, they need to be fully integrated into all Air Force mission areas, right from the beginning,” he said at the MILCOM conference last month.

“[Every] one of our airmen needs to be cyber warriors for the specialties they are assigned.”

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