U.S. Army Cyber Command
U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) is the Army headquarters beneath United States Cyber Command. We operate and defend Army networks and deliver cyberspace effects against adversaries to defend the nation.
ARCYBER conducts global operations 24/7 with approximately 16,500 Soldiers, civilian employees and contractors worldwide.
Our key locations are:
Fort Gordon, Georgia: Army Cyber Command headquarters
Fort Huachuca, Arizona: Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)
Five Regional Cyber Centers in Arizona, Hawaii, Germany, Korea, and Kuwait
Complex mission, guided by simple priorities:
Operate and aggressively defend the Department of Defense Information Network. This is our most critical and complex priority.
Deliver cyberspace effects – both defensive and offensive – against global adversaries.
Rapidly develop and deploy cyberspace capabilities to equip our force for the future fight against a resilient, adaptive adversary.