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The Air Force wants to start a new $35M offensive cyber program

US Air Force documents show that the army branch aims to launch an offensive cybersecurity program to “deliver operations-ready cyberspace superiority capabilities through the research, development, testing, evaluation, accelerated prototyping, demonstration and fielding of cyber technologies and capabilities.”

The $35M program should enable Air Force personnel “to operate in and through cyberspace to manipulate, disrupt, deny, degrade or destroy targeted computers, information systems and networks.”

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