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DISA chief outlines wartime successes

The Defense Information Systems Agency has seen a spike in its workload since Sept. 11, 2001, and its systems and personnel have been up to the task, according to the agency’s chief. DISA’s everyday mission is to support the military communications of more than 700,000 users worldwide through more than 1,200 applications. Because of the war on terrorism and Operation Iraqi Freedom, several DISA systems have seen a massive increase in traffic and some have been accelerated to support those efforts, said Air Force Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege Jr., DISA’s director. Full Story

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